Rome, Italia (PressExposure) May 08, 2012 -- From 2nd April 2012, Giambrone Law ILP will transfer its offices directly into the internationally renowned commercial area of Via Montenapoleone.
The new offices boast state of the art technology to allow Giambrone Law ILP to compete on a global scale with firms already established in Milan.
In addition to its current offices in Rome and Palermo, Milan represents Giambrone Law ILP's third permanent base in Italy. Through its offices in Italy and abroad, Giambrone Law ILP is present in key business centres.
Milan is undoubtedly the corporate capital of Italy and with this fresh investment in the city, the firm reaffirms its commitment to the region. The new office will allow Giambrone Law ILP's corporate and commercial attorneys to provide a truly local service to the international market; by expanding its operation to Milan, this will allow the corporate and commercial attorneys to concentrate their expertise where the main Italian corporate and commercial businesses have their own base. Thanks to a network of long-standing relationships with leading law firms all over the world, Giambrone Law ILP is also able to fully assist clients on complex, cross-border financial and commercial transactions
"The move to Milan was a natural step for the firm to take" - comments Valentina Giarrusso, Head of Corporate & Commercial at Giambrone Law ILP, the Anglo-Italian law firm - "we see Milan as the city with the most potential for future growth and development in the ever changing Italian legal landscape. It is a positive step for the firm to take and shows our commitment to our clients to be able to provide a first-class service to all of our clients, local and international, in the corporate and commercial arena"
Giambrone Law ILP is an award winning, full service Italian law firm. Its strength includes over 40 lawyers serving clients around the world through its offices in Rome, Milan, Palermo, London, Tunis and New York on matters of Italian, European and international law and its clients are split almost equally between businesses, corporations and private individuals