After a number of years with a leading Italian firm, Niccolò Landi founded his own practice in Milan in 2017. Studio Legale Landi services corporate clients and provides an independent platform from which Niccolò is able to develop his growing practice in international arbitration and commercial litigation with a focus on corporate law and international commercial contracts.


Niccolò has served and serves variously as presiding arbitrator, sole arbitrator and counsel in arbitrations administered by the Milan Chamber of Arbitration (CAM), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC) and in ad hoc domestic Italian and international arbitration proceedings. He also acts as administrative secretary to tribunals before the ICC and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).


Niccolò is a member of the International Centre for Disputes Resolution (ICDR) Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators. He is former co-chair of Arbit - the Italian Forum for Arbitration and ADR (2016-2017) - and current member of the Advisory Board of Arbit. Niccolò has acted as a member of the Global Advisory Board of the International Center for Dispute Resolution Young and International (ICDRY&I) and as a Vice-President of the Alumni Association of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (MAA).


Niccolò is President of the Supervisory Body established under the Legislative Decree No. 231/2001of several multinationals, overseeing their compliance with all applicable corporate governance and ethical rules.


He lectures on arbitration-related topics at the University of Roma Tre and at the University of Turin. He also teaches the “Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development” and “Master in International Trade Law” courses at the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization. Niccolò has published extensively on international sale of goods, private international law, antitrust and international arbitration.


A member of the Milan Bar, having graduated in law from Siena University, he holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University College Dublin.

Niccolò is fluent in Italian, English and French.

Who

After a number of years with a leading Italian firm, Niccolò Landi founded his own practice in Milan in 2017. Studio Legale Landi services corporate clients and provides an independent platform from which Niccolò is able to develop his growing practice in international arbitration and commercial litigation with a focus on corporate law and international commercial contracts.


Niccolò has served and serves variously as presiding arbitrator, sole arbitrator and counsel in arbitrations administered by the Milan Chamber of Arbitration (CAM), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC) and in ad hoc domestic Italian and international arbitration proceedings. He also acts as administrative secretary to tribunals before the ICC and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).


Niccolò is a member of the International Centre for Disputes Resolution (ICDR) Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators. He is former co-chair of Arbit - the Italian Forum for Arbitration and ADR (2016-2017) - and current member of the Advisory Board of Arbit. Niccolò has acted as a member of the Global Advisory Board of the International Center for Dispute Resolution Young and International (ICDRY&I) and as a Vice-President of the Alumni Association of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (MAA).


Niccolò is President of the Supervisory Body established under the Legislative Decree No. 231/2001of several multinationals, overseeing their compliance with all applicable corporate governance and ethical rules.


He lectures on arbitration-related topics at the University of Roma Tre and at the University of Turin. He also teaches the “Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development” and “Master in International Trade Law” courses at the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization. Niccolò has published extensively on international sale of goods, private international law, antitrust and international arbitration.


A member of the Milan Bar, having graduated in law from Siena University, he holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University College Dublin.

Niccolò is fluent in Italian, English and French.

Areas of Expertise

Dispute Resolution

& Arbitration

EU & Antitrust

Corporate – M&A

(Legislative Decree No. 231/2001)

Compliance

Commercial Contracts

Private International Law

Association with BeecheyArbitration

Studio Legale Landi is associated with BeecheyArbitration, which offers the services of its principals, John Beechey CBE and João Vilhena Valério, worldwide as international arbitrator, mediator and arbitration consultant (John Beechey CBE) and as arbitrator and administrative secretary (João Vilhena Valério):

www.beecheyarbitration.com.

Studio Legale Landi and BeecheyArbitration operate around the world.

Publications

Le vicende modificative dell’ente e la due diligence sui Modelli di organizzazione e gestione ex d.lgs. 231/2001, in La responsabilità amministrativa delle società e degli enti, www.rivista231.it, Torino, Italia, 4-2016, p. 91.

Spunti per la redazione della clausola compromissoria nell’arbitrato commerciale internazionale, in BRICS: una nuova geografia economica?, Franco Angeli Editore, Milano, 2015, p. 102.

Grounds of Exemptions from Liability for Failure to Perform in the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), in Bocconi Legal Papers, n. 6, dicembre 2015, p. 23.

Arbitration Agreements: Written Form Requirements and New Means of Communication, in Bocconi Legal Papers, n. 4, dicembre 2014, p. 221.

Ambito di applicazione della CISG – Autonomia delle parti ed interpretazione della CISG – Formazione del contratto nella CISG – Cause di esonero dalla responsabilità per l’inadempimento nella CISG, in La vendita internazionale, Giappichelli, Torino, Italia, 2013, pp. 27-134 / 229-247.

Preventing Corruption in Public Administration: the Amendments to the Italian Law on Arbitration in Public Procurement1, in Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG) newsletter, gennaio 2013, reperibile alla pagina web www.lcia.org/Membership/YIAG/E_News.aspx.

Le deroghe al principio generale d’incompatibilità ex art. 107 §§ 2 e 3 TFUE e il Regolamento generale di esenzione per categoria e La normativa di secondo grado in materia di aiuti di Stato, in Dizionario Sistematico del Diritto della Concorrenza, a cura di L.F. Pace, Jovene Editore, Napoli, Italia, 2013, p. 516-526 e 559-564.

Third Party Funding in International Commercial Arbitration - An Overview, in Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2012, p. 85.

Written-Form Requirements and Modern Communication: Part 1, in International Litigation – American Bar Association Section of Litigation, Summer 2012, Vol. 28/2.

La formazione del contratto nella Convenzione delle Nazioni Unite sui contratti di vendita internazionale di beni mobili, in Il Nuovo Diritto delle Società, n. 4/2012, p. 65.

Natura giuridica del fondo comune di investimento, in Giurisprudenza Civile 2011, a cura di R. Giovagnoli, Giuffè Editore, Milano, Italia, p. 81.

Arbitration agreements: the written form requirement and the new means of communication under Italian law, in Migalhas on International Arbitration, n. 4/2010, Rio de Janeiro, Brasile, p. 2.

Contact

Via Copernico, 38

20125 Milan

Italy

Telephone: +39 02 87259354

Mail: nl@landilegal.com

Pec: niccolo.landi@milano.pecavvocati.it

Telephone: +39 02 87259354

Mail: nl@landilegal.comPec: niccolo.landi@milano.pecavvocati.it

Foro Buonaparte, 22

20121 Milan

Italy

Foro Buonaparte, 22

20121 Milan - Italy

Via Copernico, 38

20125 Milan - Italy

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