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Gianfranco Di Garbo

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Gianfranco Di Garbo is a lawyer active in civil and commercial litigation, including domestic and international arbitration.

Born on 30.5.1951 and graduated with honors in jurisprudence in Genoa in 1972, he completed his studies attending to programs at  the London School of Economics (London) and the Academy of American Comparative Law (Dallas).
Gianfranco has been a member of the bar since 1977 and has been a member of the Special Register of Higher Courts since 1993.
From 1985 to 2019 he was international partner of the Milan office of the international law firm Baker & McKenzie, of which he was managing partner from 1995 to 1998 and from 2000 to 2003, coordinator of the Labor Law department from 1988 to 2010 and coordinator of the Litigation group (ordinary and arbitration) from 2012 to 2019.

He is a member of statutory auditors board and supervisory compliance board of several  companies and has performed the duties of Honorary Judge of the Court of Lecco from 1.1.2012 to 31.12. 2016.
From 2002 to 2018 he taught civil procedure law at the Sole24Ore Master of Law and Business courses and since 2017 he has been collaborating with the Civil Procedure Clinics of the Catholic University of Milan.

The Maintenance Allowance for Non-Independent Adult Children

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Inheritance and Condominium: an Example of (Avoidable) Condominium Litigation

Reading this sentence of the Court of Rome (section V of 04/05/2020, n. 6847) one touches with one's hand an example of avoidable quarrel between condominiums, a phenomenon that, according to a reliable statistic, has reached considerable proportions.

Coronavirus Emergency In Italy And Contractual Relations: Available Remedies And Protections

The current Coronavirus emergency calls for immediate consideration of possible remedies available to contractual parties who, in bilateral relationships, find it impossible or extremely difficult to perform.