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Elisabetta Parisi, Esq.

 

After obtaining a scientific diploma (G. Galilei in Macerata), Elisabetta graduated with honors in law at the University of Macerata in A.Y. 2007/2008, with a final dissertation in Company Law on the procedure of discharge.

 

She trained as an attorney in both civil and criminal law and was admitted to the Bar of Milan in January 2013.

 

Elisabetta is a teaching fellow in “Metodologia e Informatica Giuridica” at the Catholic University of Milan, and since 2017 she cooperates with Prof. Alessandro Dario Cortesi in the teaching and research activity.

 

After having practiced as a lawyer in traditional civil law firms (2009-2014) and in top tier firms with a core activity in banking law (2015-2017), since 2017 she has a private practice at the Studio Associato Gariboldi-Soncini.

 

She has gained experience in civil law, both in litigation and out of court proceedings, with a special focus on banking and bankruptcy law, leasing, credit recovery and enforcement proceedings, information technology and privacy law.

More recently he started collaborating with the lawyer Stefano Soncini, gaining experience also in administrative law and, in particular, in the fields of public procurement, construction and urban planning and public accounting law.

 

 

On top of several publications on the blog www.informaticapertutti.net, she is the author of the following:

 

Superare la distinzione fra aeromodelli e sistemi aeromobili a pilotaggio remoto (droni), ai fini della tutela della privacy”, in InterLex Rivista di Diritto Tecnologia Informazione, 2017;

 

Le pratiche scorrette nell’Influencer Marketing e l’azione dell’Autorità garante della concorrenza e del mercato”, in InterLex Rivista di Diritto Tecnologia Informazione, 2017.