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Vanessa Boato

Vanessa Boato is a partner in the firm’s Milan office and is leading the administrative law and town planning department. Her practice is focused on administrative/town planning/public procurements-related transactions as well as in litigation before Administrative Courts and arbitration boards. She advises both national and international private companies, real estate funds, public bodies and joint enterprises. She offers advice on real estate transactions (asset deals, share deals, development agreements) with reference to administrative law aspects (town planning and construction law, public agreements, commercial authorizations, environmental, energy and social housing) in order to set the most efficient town planning solutions for developing, selling or acquiring real estate assets, as well. Moreover, she has worked on drafting general town planning schemes, implementing plans and town planning agreements. She also offers advice on global government solutions, commercial transactions and outsourcing, food industry and corporate M&A.

Prior to joining the firm, Vanessa worked for the town planning department of various Italian and international law firms. Between 2001 and 2003 she was an Honorary Judge at the third criminal department of the Milan Court. Vanessa graduated in 2000 from the University of Milan School of Law and was admitted to the Bar of Milan in 2003.

  • Participation as speaker to several conferences and conventions related to town planning, building aspects and public contracts, hospitality, healthcare, real estate due diligence.
  • Publications on several journals of administrative law
  • Co-author of the data bank “C.T.U. Banca dati del consulente tecnico” Maggioli editore, Rimini, 2006, which is part of the "Omni@Edilizia”, Maggioli editori, Rimini 2009
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