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Jacopo Taddei è avvocato associate presso l’ufficio di Milano dello Studio e membro dello European Corporate Group.
Jacopo vanta una solida esperienza in materia di M&A, corporate governance e nella redazione e negoziazione di contratti commerciali - anche cross-border - (quali a titolo esemplificativo, contratti di licenza, agenzia, franchising, distribuzione, fornitura).
Jacopo vanta inoltre una consolidata esperienza in materia di responsabilità da reato degli enti, assistendo alcune delle più importanti società italiane - alcune delle quali quotate in Italia o all’estero – nella redazione e implementazione di modelli di organizzazione, gestione e controllo in conformità a quanto previsto dal D.Lgs. 231/2001. Jacopo fornisce inoltre consulenza continuativa agli Organismi di Vigilanza di numerose società (principalmente compagnie assicurative e banche).
È teaching assistant del corso “Diritto Commerciale (corso progredito)” presso l’Università Bocconi di Milano.
Guido Testa è partner nonché Office Leader di Orrick Italia ed è membro del dipartimento M&A e Private Equity. Guido Testa opera principalmente nel campo delle operazioni di M&A, di private equity e di venture capital, nonché nel campo del diritto societario e della contrattualistica commerciale.
In tali settori di attività, egli rappresenta imprese di primaria importanza, merchant banks, fondi di private equity e di venture capital, nonché family offices sia in relazione ad operazioni nazionali che in relazione ad operazioni transnazionali.
Prima di unirsi ad Orrick, l’Avv. Guido Testa ha lavorato come associate presso lo Studio Legale Carnelutti di Milano dall’aprile 1983 al dicembre 1984. Dal gennaio 1985 al dicembre 1988 è stato prima associate e poi Italian resident partner presso l’ufficio di Londra dello studio Carnelutti. Dal gennaio 1989 al settembre 1990 ha lavorato come Italian resident lawyer di Werbel, McMillin & Carnelutti, uno studio legale americano con sede a New York City.
Dall’ottobre 1990 al dicembre 1997 è stato partner dello Studio Legale Carnelutti di Milano. Dal gennaio 1998 al dicembre 2008 è stato partner di Vita Samory, Fabbrini e Associati, uno studio legale italiano con sede a Milano.
Riccardo Troiano, partner basato nella sede Roma, è head del dipartimento italiano di Commercial Litigation.
È un avvocato con esperienza trentennale in diritto del lavoro, diritto civile, diritto amministrativo, diritto processuale civile e diritto internazionale privato e processuale.
È uno dei fondatori dell'Istituto Superiore di Studi sull'Arbitrato ed è membro della Commission for the Reinstatement of the Conciliation and ADR Rules.
Insegna diritto processuale internazionale al Master di specializzazione in diritto commerciale internazionale dell'Università "La Sapienza" di Roma.
Special Counsel del corporate team dello studio Orrick, specializzato (sia in ambito stragiudiziale che giudiziale presso le Corti civili ed amministrative) nell’assistenza a clienti operanti in mercati ad alto tasso di regolazione, con particolare riferimento all’energia (ivi inclusi generazione, infrastrutture, incentivi, PPA/EFET ed IPEX), all’ambiente (ivi inclusi rifiuti ed AIA/VIA) ed al farmaceutico (ivi incluse regolazione AIFA e distribuzione all’ingrosso).
Alessandro Vittoria è membro del dipartimento M&A & Private Equity, presso l’ufficio di Milano.
La sua attività è focalizzata principalmente su M&A, private equity e venture capital. Ha sviluppato una profonda esperienza in operazioni di acquisizione, pubbliche e private, investimenti di minoranza e joint venture in vari settori merceologici. Nel venture capital, assiste regolarmente fondatori, fondi e investitori privati in operazioni di investimento, principalmente nel settore tech.
Nella corso della sua carriera, Alessandro ha sviluppato significative competenze anche nella consulenza societaria, anche in relazione a società quotate, e nella contrattualistica commerciale e immobiliare (tra cui contratti di appalto). Ha inoltre assistito SGR nella costituzione di fondi di investimento e la regolamentazione dei rapporti tra i partner.
Alessandro collabora con Orrick dal 2018. Precedentemente ha collaborato, sin dall’inizio della sua carriera, con BonelliErede, presso la sede di Milano.
Nel 2006/2007 è stato visiting lawyer presso Sullivan & Cromwell, a New York.
Stephanie helps clients navigate the intricate and rapidly evolving world of employment litigation.
Clients feel at ease knowing that Stephanie will work tirelessly to guide them through wage-and-hour class and representative actions, as well as single-plaintiff litigation involving claims of whistleblower retaliation, fraudulent inducement and breach of contract. Companies, particularly those in employee-friendly states such as California, must contend with an ever-changing array of procedural tools and laws, and rely on Stephanie to serve as a trusted advisor. In addition to legal nuances, the high-profile matters Stephanie handles are further complicated by reputational risk. To deliver a clear path through these complexities, Stephanie works with her team to carefully and creatively balance each case’s dangers, opportunities and impact.
She has managed matters from start to finish and has litigated cases in federal and state courts, as well as before various administrative agencies. She also helps her clients avoid litigation by counseling on wage-and-hour compliance, terminations and severance agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation covenants and employee handbook provisions.
Shinsuke Yakura is the Office Leader of Orrick's Tokyo office and a member of the Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group. He is an expert in handling cross-border litigation, arbitration, intellectual property and compliance matters.
His practice focuses on intellectual property, antitrust, product liability, medical and pharmaceutical, and other commercial disputes for both domestic and foreign companies. He actively engages in cross-border litigation and arbitration, and draws on his extensive knowledge and experience from various countries.
In regards to intellectual property, Shinsuke has represented numerous companies in patent infringement litigation involving a wide range of technologies related to electric devices and industrial machinery. He has also handled other IP-related issues such as trademark, copyright and right to publicity. He is a qualified patent attorney (Benrishi) in Japan.
Recently, he has been involved in business and legal issues related to artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and big data; he also acts as the Asia representative of Orrick’s Global AI Working Group.
Consistently providing strategic advice from a global perspective, he is also actively involved in bribery regulations including FCPA and UKBA, antitrust and competition law, cartel, fraud and compliance investigations.
He also advises in mergers and acquisitions, licensing and other transactional matters.
Yoshi Takatori is head partner of Orrick's Global Japan practice and Tokyo's Litigation Group. His practice focuses on cross-border dispute resolution including multi-jurisdictional litigation and international arbitration on intellectual property, product liability, anti-trust, FCPA and UKBA and compliance investigation and disputes involving labor laws. Yoshi has been recognized by numerous international publications such as being ranked Band 1 as a Dispute Resolution lawyer in Chambers Asia Pacific and recognized as a leading individual for Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property for Asia Pacific Legal 500. He has also been recognized by the Financial Times as a Top 10 Legal Innovators for Asia-Pacific in 2019.
Yoshi has an active practice advising and counseling multi-national Japanese companies and the Japanese Government, on proactive cybersecurity program development and strategy. He also advises on cybersecurity issues in the context of adversarial proceedings and dispute resolution. He is an Editor and Co-author of “Cyber Security Strategy for Litigation and Compliance,” which is the first book in the Japanese legal marketplace discussing multi-stakeholder risk management strategies relating to external cyber-attacks and insider cyber trade secret theft. He is regularly consulted by leading media outlets, including TV and newspapers, and quoted, in major business publications on cybersecurity issues and insights.
Yoshi's previous experience includes:
representing several Japanese companies in the Cresvale Securities (Princeton Bonds) incident, which victimized over 150 Japanese companies, and played a central role in the trial and settlement procedures in Japan and New York;
successfully representing clients in a number of IP-related dispute resolutions involving trademark, counterfeit and patent issues in U.S., Asian and EU jurisdictions. In recent years he has gained attention for victories in compensation for damages of trademark infringement in foreign countries through application of foreign law and Japanese law through the Act on General Rules for Application of Laws; and
numerous achievements in cross-border enforcement, trial and international arbitration such as obtaining a temporary restraining order in Japanese court based on the certified decision in California that includes JPY280 billion in punitive damages.
In addition, Yoshi is listed as a recommended arbitrator for the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) and listed on SIAC's Panel of Arbitrators and KCAB’s Panel of Arbitrators and as a Specialist Mediator at Singapore International Mediation Center (SIMC). He is a qualified FCIArb and serves key positions in the international arbitration field such as being the executive director for the Japan Association of Arbitrators, and co-convener of the Japan Chapter of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb.).
Prior to joining Orrick, he was chair of the litigation department at the Tokyo office of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP.
Jie (Jeffrey) Sun, a partner in Orrick’s Shanghai and Beijing offices, is a member of the Corporate Business Unit. Mr. Sun represents Chinese and international clients from multiple industries, including technology, renewable energy, life sciences, financial services and consumer/retail, in a broad range of M&A, capital markets and corporate matters.
He has extensive experience representing both Chinese enterprises in fund raising and investing abroad and foreign investors investing in China.
Mr. Sun regularly represents issuers and underwriters in the U.S. and Hong Kong public securities offerings, including initial public offerings and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings for PRC-based companies.
In addition, he is experienced in handling complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, strategic alliances, joint ventures and regulatory compliance matters for numerous foreign investors and Chinese companies. He also counsels global private equity funds on their investment activity throughout Greater China and across Asia.
Some clients he has represented include Bright Food, JD.com, Trina Solar, China Sunergy, Perfect World, ReneSola, Tudou, Pactera Technologies and some international investment banks and private equity funds.
Prior to joining Orrick, Mr. Sun worked with a major international law firm, and he was a former partner in a local law firm based in Shanghai.
Jae-Hyon’s practice focuses on international energy and infrastructure projects representing key stakeholders including, sponsors, lenders and export credit agencies.
Jae-Hyon also regularly advises financial institutions and major international companies in connection with various complex cross border financing matters, including bank, structured and asset finance transactions.
Prior to joining Orrick's Tokyo office, Jae-Hyon was a member of Orrick's Finance group in New York. He also worked at another major international law firm in Tokyo.