thirty years of experience, she leads the M&A, Real Estate, Environmental and Public Related Sectors departments along with the one on Compliance with corporate liability under Legislative Decree no. 231 of 2001
Almost thirty years of experience. Law Degree in law at Padoa University in 1992, admitted to the bar in 1995, Eva is the founding partner of EMLEX together with Massimo.
She leads the M&A, Real Estate, Environmental and Public Related Sectors departments along with the one on Compliance with corporate liability under Legislative Decree no. 231 of 2001.
Beyond her private practice long career in international and national firm especially in the corporate law sectors mostly but non exclusively regulated by public law, she has experience in the risk management sector in General Electric in London between 2005 and 2007.
She is a member of the board of directors and a contributing writer in Rivista Giuridica dell’Ambiente and in RGA Online, of whose association she is the Chairman. From 2017 she has been a member of the Committee for legality, transparency and administrative efficiency of the Municipality of Milan.
mergers and acquisitions
When it comes to assisting companies in extraordinary corporate operations, it is necessary to possess and implement a strategic vision that embraces every area concerned, right from the moment the structure of the transaction is chosen.
The Italian real estate industry is constantly evolving, and generates increasing interest from major players both in the purchase and sale of real estate assets, and in subsequent activities for their management and exploitation.
environment, climate change and energy
Safeguarding our planet’s natural resources is no longer just an option, but a pillar of the struggle for our very survival. Progress can in no way disregard the preservation of resources, the use of science and technology to extract new value from waste, according to a concept of circular economy to be made an integral part of our societal and business culture even before rules impose it.
The way the Public Administration interfaces with citizens and businesses provides the measure of a country’s modernity. Against the complexities that traditionally Italian or foreign citizens, businesses and investors are faced with when dealing with the public, a streamlined and technical approach is required to identify and implement the most effective and transparent tools.