Avv. Ennio Cicconi
Ennio Cicconi graduated in Law cum laude at the Università La Sapienza of Roma in 1985. He was admitted to the Bar as “procuratore legale” in 1988, and as “avvocato” in 1992 by special exam.
Then, he was admitted to defend before the Supreme Court in 1999.
He teaches Private Law at the Università La Sapienza of Roma.
He is the author of books, essays and other writings in the matters of obligations and contract law; company law; arbitration law. He began his professional practice as associate in one of the most prominent Italian legal firms, of which he subsequently became partner.
In 2018, he founded, together with Raffaella Fantozzi, the firm CF Law – Studio Legale Cicconi Fantozzi.
He has represented major Italian and foreign entities (banks and financial institutions; companies active in insurance; construction; telecommunication; farmaceutical, and other business sectors, as well as publicly owned companies ) in court and in domestic and international arbitrations, assisting them in litigations concerning companies’ acquisitions, mergers, spin-offs and other extraordinary transactions, public tender offers, directors’ liability; litigations arising from international trade contracts (such as sale and purchase or construction contracts, with the related guarantee contracts), also dealing, in this context, with the particular issues arising from the application of sanctions to foreign States in connection with war events; in litigations concerning banking contracts and financial intermediation contracts; in bankruptcy procedures and bankruptcy litigations; in criminal proceedings for corporate, financial and bankruptcy crimes, particularly in some cases that arose from the most significant company crisis ever occurred in Italy.
He has issued opinions and has acted as expert witness on Italian law in cases before foreign courts. He has carried out the activity of advice and contractual assistance in several business sectors.