Rome Office

Opened in 2004, Orrick’s Rome office handles matters across a range of areas, including banking and finance, structured finance, administrative law, mergers and acquisitions, litigation and project finance, among others.

As the seat of the Italian Parliament and important Italian regulatory authorities, Rome is the center of administrative law in Italy. It is also an important commercial and financial center, serving as headquarters for major Italian corporations, public service providers, construction companies, and banking and financial services institutions. 

Orrick’s Rome office has approximately 50 lawyers, all highly regarded individuals who rank among Italy’s leading lawyers, with strong practices in international finance, energy, corporate, M&A, antitrust and administrative law.

Orrick is internationally renowned for its work on finance matters, and our team in Rome brings to our service mix the kind of experience, influence and client base that, combined with the resources of our Milan, Brussels, Düsseldorf, London, Moscow and Paris offices, makes Orrick a formidable legal authority in cross-border transactions throughout Italy and across Europe. We advise on matters governed by U.S., Italian, English and international law, and the combined global resources of Orrick’s offices work cooperatively to bring our clients unsurpassed client service.

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  • Administrative Law and Real Estate
  • Commercial and Corporate Litigation
  • Competition Law
  • Compliance Programs Related to Criminal Liabilities of Companies and Financial Crime
  • Corporate Law
  • Debt Restructuring and Bankruptcy
  • Equity Capital Markets
  • Intellectual Property and Data Protection
  • Market Regulation
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Private Equity
  • Project Finance
  • Structured Finance
  • Tax
Office Address
Piazza della Croce Rossa, 2
Rome, 00161

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