Gianluca Atzori’s practice focuses on environmental and administrative law, including criminal litigation arising from environmental issues.
Gianluca joined the firm in 2015. From 2010 to 2014, Gianluca worked in Milan for the Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners law firm, where he primarily handled environmental law issues. In particular, he focused on negotiations and drafting of contracts, with specific regard to the management of environmental liabilities in the context of M&A and financing operations, administrative and environmental permitting and compliance, as well as providing legal advice to leading multinational corporations, financing and banking institutions.
- Italy chapter, The Environment and Climate Change Law Review, March 2017
- “What Ending the Sanctions Means for Business” (Pietro Fioruzzi/Gianluca Atzori, co-authors), Il Sole 24 Ore, May 4, 2016
- “Does the Polluter Pay? Latest Developments on the Clean-up Duties of Innocent Landowners,” Ambiente e Sviluppo, October 2015
- Lecture at the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law (International Human Rights Colloquium class students) about the Cleary Gottlieb Pro Bono Project: International Environmental Protections During and After Armed Conflict, undertaken for Dr. Marie Jacobsson, member of The United Nations International Law Commission, focused on the protection of the environment in areas of armed conflict, April 7, 2017