Margherita Farina's practice focuses on civil and administrative court proceedings, including class actions and appeals against decisions made by public authorities, antitrust investigations, emergency measures related to business disruptions, cross-border dispute resolution, and arbitration. Her experience includes complex cases that are governed by multinational laws involving intellectual property (IP), technology disputes, construction, banking, consumer issues, and contentious commercial matters.
Margherita assists local and international clients in prelitigation assessments concerning high-profile M&A and securitization transactions and post-litigation strategy. She also counsels global clients seeking to do business in the EU and advises on regulatory matters, from pharmaceutical to high-technology trade questions.
Margherita regularly speaks and writes on soft IP issues and their interaction with cutting-edge technology, such as blockchain.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Italian Litigation: Suspensions and Technological Advancements Under "Cura Italia"
Interplay Between Antitrust Misconduct's Judicial Review and Private Enforcement: A Hallmark Decision
- University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law (LL.M. in Law & Technology with honors 2016; Berkeley Technology Law Journal; Berkeley Entertainment Law Journal; Vis Moot Court); Bocconi University of Milan (Italy) and National University of Singapore (Combined Bachelor and Master of Law with honors 2015)
- Milan, Italy and New York (U.S.)
- Italian, English, Spanish