Cristina Gandolfi is a senior partner of GF Legal Stp, a Law Firm based in Milan and Rome with a desk in London.
She always work on finding reasonable and practical solutions to complicated legal issues. Mrs. Gandolfi works with individual clients and in the interest of both listed and unlisted Italian and foreign companies in order to achieve their goals with a strategy designed for each different cases.
Mrs. Gandolfi is an Italian lawyer, focused on company law, contracts and privacy issues. Her most common cases involve violations of articles of association, and cases of unfair competition. Mrs. Gandolfi litigated cases includes privacy issues such as the right to be forgotten as by the EU regulation 2016679 which she discussed in front of the Italian Privacy Authority. She is a Civil-Commercial Mediator and Family Mediator with ten years’ experience.
Company Law, Mediation
AFFILIATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Admitted to practice in front of the Supreme Courts.
National Secretary of European Court of Arbitration and Mediation and Member of Italian Board of it.
Member of Milanese Mediation Family’s Centers’ Coordination.
Collaborated with different Italian Law reviews
Collaborated for the UTET Publishing House in the drafting of the Italian Digest as well as for the magazine Security and Social Sciences, published by Franco Angeli.
Graduated in Law at the University of Milan.
Registered with the Milan Bar Association.
Registered with SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) as Entitled to practice as a registered European lawyer in U.K..
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