Donatella
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AREAS OF COMPETENCE

  • business and company law
  • insolvency and restructuring
  • banking and financial services
  • litigation and arbitration

EDUCATION

  • Advanced degree in “Company Turn-around and Bankruptcy Proceedings – The consultant’s role in avoiding bankruptcy”, Ipsoa Business School.
  • Master’s Degree in Law Summa cum Laude (110/110 e lode), December 2012, University of Naples Parthenope.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Milan Bar Association, 2016.

LANGUAGES

  • Italian
  • English

Donatella joined Negrolex in March 2015.

She carried out her legal traineeship at the Government Legal Service in the Naples District and an internship at the Arbitrator for Banking and Financial Institutions, Bank of Italy, Naples offices.

She also completed an internship (under Article 73 of the “To-Do Decree”) with the Bankruptcy Section of the Court of Torre Annunziata, from June 2014 until her move to Milan in March 2015.

She handles civil law, with particular reference to business law and bankruptcy law.

Insights_

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Defects of leased assets

With decision no. 19785/2015, filed on 5th October 2015, the Joint Sections of the Supreme Court (L.A. Rovelli Presiding –A. Spirito Reporting Judge) issued their judgement on the matter of financial leases, addressing the issue of the remedies the user may invoke in cases of defects of the leased asset.


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2015
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Preliminary sale agreement and bankruptcy

With their decision no. 18131/2015, filed on 16 September 2015 (L. A. Rovelli presiding - R. Vivaldi reporting judge), the Joint Sections of the Supreme Court affirmed that the receiver of the promissory seller may not exercise the right to terminate the preliminary agreement under Article 72 of the Italian Bankruptcy Law with respect to the promissory buyer, if the latter transcribed, before the declaration of bankruptcy, the petition for performance in specific form proposed in accordance with Article 2932 of the Italian Civil Code and said petition was granted with a decision which in turn was transcribed.


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Corporate groups in arrangement with creditors procedure is non-actionable.

With its decision no. 20559/2015, filed on 13 October 2015 (A. Ceccherini Presiding – L. Nazzicone Reporting Judge), the Supreme Court, 1st Civil Section, declared that a so-called corporate groups in arrangement with creditors procedure was non-actionable before the same court, in the absence of positive laws and regulations covering the phenomenon and governing its jurisdiction, the forms of complaints, the appointment of the bodies and the formation of the classes and of the volumes of assets and liabilities; indeed, according to current laws and regulations, a composition with creditors may be proposed solely by each of the companies belonging to the group before the court having local jurisdiction for each individual procedure, without possibility of confusion between assets and liabilities.