Gitti and Partners
Gitti and Partners was founded by Gregorio Gitti, Carlo Andrea Bruno, Vincenzo Giannantonio, Angelo Gitti, Stefano Roncoroni and Matteo Treccani who, after having gained significant experience in leading domestic and international law firms, agreed to undergo together a new career path by developing an entrepreneurial venture in sophisticated independent legal advice.
Through the expertise and competence of its partners and of the other professionals, the Firm is able to provide its services in the most complicated extraordinary transactions, acting as reference point for tailor-made style management of important, delicate and complicated legal matters.
Gitti and Partners pays particular attention to the quality of the services rendered, the availability, reliability, discretion and flexibility, giving top-class legal advice with a constructive approach, aimed at the practical solution of problems and “comfort” for the client, as well as always trying to develop alternative responses. The legal teams inside the Firm are built ad hoc, depending on the specific needs of the client and always have the constant presence of at least one partner, to whom it is possible to refer at all times. Where appropriate, the team that collaborates with a client on a given transaction may involve other departments of the Firm in a fully integrated, flexible and coordinated manner.
Gitti and Partners is made up of more than 50 professionals, some of whom are native English speakers; others teach in the most important Italian universities, have achieved postgraduate qualifications at prestigious international universities or qualified abroad, or have relevant professional experience gained overseas. Regarding the professionals, the philosophy of the Firm is to recruit the best young graduates and lawyers who have just finished their course of study and to involve them in a unique training system that aims to develop, while respecting their diversity and their skills, their ability to provide the highest-level legal advice to clients in various business areas of the Firm.
A full listing of our practice areas are as follows: Commercial and Corporate Law, M&A, Private Equity and Buy-Outs, Administrative Law – Public Procurements, Capital Markets and Structured Finance, Banking & Restructuring, Distressed Investing, Special Situations and Synthetic Securitizations, Real Estate, Energy, Litigation, Tax, Regulatory, Compliance, Life Sciences, Labour, ICT and IP.
Nine of our members were ranked the 2022 Legal 500 EMEA Guide across 59 practice areas, including real estate and construction, insurance, dispute resolution, white-collar crime, banking and finance, corporate/M&A, healthcare and life sciences, tax, employment among others.