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Ughi e Nunziante integrates a team of eleven professionals and expands its presence in the North-East

Ughi e Nunziante – Studio Legale is pleased to announce the addition of a team of eleven professionals, including five partners.

With this lateral, the Firm continues and consolidates its growth in the practice areas of M&A, Labour, Restructuring and Tax, and creates a stable presence in the North-East, with the opening of a new office in Verona.

Joining the Milan office are partners Pietro Orzalesi, Marco Lanzani and Barbara Pizzoni, together with senior associates Agostino Frau and Filippo Bodo, and associates Federico Catalfamo and Cecilia Pozzetti.

Leading the Verona office will be partners Simone Rossi and Giacomo Bonfante, who have always been active in Veneto. Joining them in Ughi e Nunziante are associates Maria Giulia Sperotto and Giacomo Rossetti.

The managing partner of Ughi e Nunziante, Roberto Leccese, said: ‘We enthusiastically welcome Pietro, Marco, Barbara, Simone, Giacomo and all the new professionals joining our team. We immediately found in them an uncommon harmony and homogeneity, in terms of background, values and vision, ideal for sharing and achieving ambitious goals. Their expertise, combined with their knowledge of the needs of the different markets in which they operate, will contribute significantly to the success of this phase of further development, to confirm us one step ahead of the demands of our clients and the market‘.

With this operation, the number of partners of Ughi e Nunziante rises to 27, with a total number of over eighty professionals.



Pietro Orzalesi has extensive experience in M&A, particularly in transnational transactions between France and Italy. Together with his team, he will strengthen the Corporate M&A practice and will be particularly involved in the French Desk.

Marco Lanzani is known for his ability to handle complex labour issues, often related to extraordinary transactions. His expertise extends to personnel organisation, business transfers, outsourcing and the management of industrial and labour relations. With her team she will strengthen the labour law practice.

Barbara Pizzoni will bring to the Lombardy office her expertise and experience in domestic and international taxation and in assisting companies and funds in complex tax audits and tax litigation.

Simone Rossi and Giacomo Bonfante will be in charge of the Verona office and, consistently with their professional background, will continue to assist financial institutions and industrial companies – with a particular focus on family-based ones – in debt restructuring and crisis management, as well as in financing, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions.