Salvatore joined Ughi e Nunziante in 2019 after working as partner and of counsel at Macchi di Cellere e Gangemi. He is full professor of private law at the University La Sapienza in Rome and was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court in 2009. Salvatore specializes in litigation and arbitration, contract law and IT law.
After graduating at the Luiss Guido Carli University in 1993, Salvatore obtained his PhD (in Private Law, Corporate Contracts, IX edition at the University Federico II in Naples). He was researcher in Private Law at the University La Sapienza in Rome from 1999 to 2002, and then received a scholarship for university researchers from the European Commission at the Humbolt Universitaet in Berlin, Germany (2000). He was an associate professor of Private Law at the University La Sapienza in Rome, Faculty of Economics, Department of Law and Economics for productive activities. Here, he became full professor of Private Law in 2019.
Salvatore assists multinational companies and has been nominated as being among the best Italian attorneys – among the top 10 in Rome – specilising in litigation by the 2018-2019 Best Lawyers edition.
Salvatore has considerable expertise in legal matters concerning IT law, both from a professional and academic standpoint. He is head of the Juridical Observatory on Digital Innovation (JODI) at the Department of Law and Economic Activities at the Rome University La Sapienza (Faculty of Economics).
His publications focus mostly on contract law and IT law.
He is a regular contributor for the Italian jurisdiction of the column European National News of Computer Law and Security Review, an international journal of technology law and practice.
Salvatore is fluent in Italian and English.