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Rocco Franco

Partner - Avvocato and Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales at Pini Franco

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Rocco qualified as an Avvocato in 1992 and as a Solicitor in 1994. He has practised law for most of his professional career in the City of London. He has vast experience of setting-up business operations and advising clients on intellectual property issues, international acquisitions, joint ventures and inward investments particularly in the UK and in Italy. Rocco acts for individuals, institutional clients and well known Italian businesses of different sectors including fashion retail, logistics, engineering and banking. He advises a number of Italian Industrial Associations and their members on corporate, commercial and procedural aspects of English law. Rocco is the past President of the British Italian Law Association and a Director and Board Member of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for the UK. He is also a member of Business Club Italia, a Council Committee Member of the Associazione Internazionale dei Giuristi di Lingua Italiana and a Trustee of a few charitable organisations in the UK. He is the current Vice-President of the Rotary Club of The City and Shoreditch. He frequently lectures in London and writes articles on commercial legal topics for various publications. Rocco is often invited as a speaker to international conferences particularly in Italy. He is a keen offshore sailor and enjoys outdoor sports and activities. Specialties: International business transactions (commercial and corporate) Intellectual property rights Trusts International dispute resolution Regulatory issues in the UK.

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Brexit: the move from the City (in italian)

The potential effects of Brexit on the City (in Italian)

«Non assisteremo a un esodo delle banche, bensì a un trasferimento parziale di risorse, soprattutto umane, a vantaggio delle altre...…

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Brexit: legal and constitutional implications

When we hear about Brexit, one of the most heard (and abused) expressions is: “in the old days we knew where we were, nowadays we are...

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Brexit: parliamentary scrutiny

The European Union Committee of the House of Lords has published on 20 October 2016 a report considering the structures, processes and...

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