Federica Mammì Borruto’s practice focuses on data protection, e-commerce, technology, and consumer protection law matters.
Federica also has experience in cybersecurity matters, unfair commercial practices, and misleading advertising. She assists clients in the context of corporate and commercial transactions and advice on compliance, as well as litigation, internal investigations, and investigations carried out by public authorities.
Federica joined the firm in 2016.
- Teaching Assistant in “Principles of Civil Law” at LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome), since 2019.
“Italian Transposition of the Omnibus Directive: the Reform in Pills,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, September 11, 2023
“Italian National Cybersecurity Perimeter: Some Considerations Following Completion of the Regulatory Framework,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, April 17, 2023
“Key Takeaways from the EDPBs Cookie Banner Taskforce Report,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, February 9, 2023.
“Due Diligence for Private Acquisitions (Italy),” Practical Law, 2022
“President Biden Signs Executive Order on New EU-US Data Privacy Framework,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, October 7, 2022.
“European Health Data Space – The Commission’s Proposal on a Single Market For Digital Health Services, Products, and Data,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, July 19, 2022
“The New Commission SCCs for Data Transfers Under GDPR – More Questions Than Answers?” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, July 6, 2022
“Notes on the margins of the conference ‘DNA banks: use, abuse and opportunities’ in JEI - JUS AND INTERNET, cat. Infogiuridica, March 2017