ITALY - Amendments to the incentive applicable to PV plants introduced by Law Decree no.91.
Published 01 Jul, 2014
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Luca Liistro joined the firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2013. He was foreign associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP in New York in 2006-2007. He worked at the New York office of Chiomenti from 2007 to 2009.
Luca Liistro is a business lawyer specialized in providing assistance to Italian and foreign clients in Commercial and Corporate, and M&A matters.
Clients assisted include:
He has advised private equity funds including:
He has also assisted a number of industrial Clients, including:
Luca Liistro has also been involved in real estate transactions in the interest of hotel owners negotiating management agreements with international hotel chains such as the Starwood group, and in the interest of hotel managers such as the Accor group, and of real-estate portfolio managers, such as the AEW group with regard to logistic properties. He has also advised in relation to the legal implications of extra-ordinary renovation works of “trophy assets” such as museums, historical and artistical properties for the benefit of Clients including Borsa Italiana S.p.A., Fendi S.p.A., and the Medusa cinema group.
Graduated in Law, University of Palermo, 2001; admitted to the Bar, Italy, 2004; LL.M., International Business and Trade Law, Fordham University, School of Law, New York, NY (USA), 2006.
Membership in Professional Associations:
Member of the Milan Bar (Italy)
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