Main areas: public contracts, public companies, litigation both civil and administrative (Regional Courts).
Angela qualified in 2011 and has since then practiced in administrative law.
After graduating in Administrative Law from the University Roma Tor Vergata, in 2006 she gained valuable work experience in Rome as an intern with the Antitrust Authority – Legal Affairs Office. Here she learned more about antitrust law, an issue at the heart of incorrect business practice and the safeguarding of consumer rights.
Angela started her profession first in Rome at a legal practice specializing in administrative law, in particular the public contracts sector, and then in Milan at an important firm focusing in construction, urban planning, business and competition. She joined Merani Vivani & Associati n 2014.
In recent years she has built up experience in the field of public companies and in litigation before the Administrative Regional Courts regarding the procurement of public contracts of works, services and supplies, local government and business.
She has a good knowledge of the English language.
environment and energy law, public services, expropriation, civil and administrative (Regional Courts) litigation.
Francesca qualified in Genoa in 2011.
After graduating at the University of Genoa, she started her training period in a law firm based in Genoa, where she continued working as a lawyer specializing in civil and administrative issues.
In 2016, she moved to Tosetto, Weigmann e Associati, a prominent law firm based in Turin and Milan. Her activity involves mostly environmental and urban planning matters.
She joined Merani Vivani & Associati in 2017.
Francesca advices both public bodies and private companies mainly as to environmental matters, focusing particularly on legal issues related to recovery, waste disposal, mining, permits and authorizations procedures.
She is a litigator both before administrative and civil Courts in cases connected to her field of expertise.
She has a good knowledge of English.
public contracts, public tender procedures, litigation both civil and administrative (Regional Courts).
Roberta graduated in Administrative Trial Law from the University of Turin with a thesis about damages’ compensation in the administrative field.
After her legal trainee both in civil and administrative law, she graduated at Turin Law School “Bruno Caccia e Fulvio Croce” with a thesis about special powers of the Italian public entities accounting Court (i.e. Corte dei Conti).
Roberta qualified in 2014 and joined Merani & Associati in 2015 where she’s gaining valuable experience in administrative law, in particular public contracts procedures.
She has a good knowledge of the English language.
environment and energy, urban planning and construction, public and private contracts, civil and administrative (Regional Courts) litigation.
After graduating in 2014 with a thesis on the subject of environmental damage, Alberto started his training period in the administrative field working within Prof. Cavallo Perin Law Firmand afterwards, in Bausardo – Gili Law Firm gaining practical experience mainly in the area of public contracts and public tender procedures.
He qualified in October 2017.
Alberto joined Merani Vivani & Associati in May 2018, focusing his practice on environmental, energy, urban planning and construction sectors.
Alberto has a good knowledge of English and Spanish.
Josilda, after participating in the EU program Erasmus in Granada, graduated in Law at University of Turin with a thesis on the subject “Remediation of contaminated sites”.
Starting from September 2017 she is a trainee lawyer at Merani Vivani & Associate focusing on environmental law.
She fluent both in English and Spanish.
commercial and company law, civil litigation, information technology law, Internet security, privacy, tort liability and personal injury law.
Claudio Ceriani graduated from the University of Milan in 1988 and was admitted to the Milan Bar in 1991.
He practiced corporate and commercial law for two prominent law firms in Milan, Rucellai & Raffaelli and Miele e Croze, before establishing his own law firm with his father and three other partners in 1992. From 1999 to 2003, he was a partner at Studio Legale e Tributario MDM, where he led the corporate and commercial practice. Claudio Ceriani is founder and name partner of Spagnuolo Vigorita, Ceriani e Fossati – SCF Law Firm.
Claudio Ceriani has extensive experience in the area of international commerce. He advised important Italian and foreign companies operating in the international market as well as foreign Law Firms whose clients operate in Italy.
He has a wide experience in advising Italian or foreign companies in their investments in Italy, purchases of equity interests and businesses and related due diligence, negotiations and contract drafting; joint-ventures, negotiations and drafting of shareholders’ agreements; assistance in setting up companies and organizing shareholders’ meetings, board of directors’ meetings and executive committee meetings; capital transactions and the winding up and liquidation of companies.
Claudio Ceriani has matured also wide expertise in tort liability and personal injury law especially for foreign clients and important insurance companies.
SCF Studio Legale is the Italian member of the network of 28 European Law Firms, ELF.
Claudio Ceriani is Italian mother tongue and is fluent in English, and French.
urban planning and construction, public service law, public authorities, public contracts, school and university, administrative (Regional Courts) and civil litigation.
After graduating in administrative law in 1995 with a thesis on the subject “Safeguarding of the environment and legitimacy in the jurisdictional dispute”, Raffaella di Tolve started working as a trainee with the law firm led by Claudio Dal Piaz, Professor of Administrative Law at Turin University. She qualified in 1998 and continued her activity in the same law firm, specializing mainly in the fields of administrative and civil law.
Through such experience, she acquired a significant knowledge of administrative law, both advising and assisting public bodies and private entities, as well as public servants, before the Administrative Courts.
Her main areas of expertise include urban planning and construction, public service law, public authorities, school and university law, commercial authorizations, public health law, cultural and environmental assets, public accountant liability.
In the field of civil law, Raffaella has dealt in particular with litigation issues before the Labour Court as regards work relationships in the privatized public sector.
She joined Merani & Associati in 2015.
She has a good knowledge of English and a fair knowledge of French.