Riccardo Troiano Partner, Risoluzione contenziosi e vertenze complesse, Risoluzione arbitrati e vertenze internazionali
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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.
Daria von Mensenkampff, managing associate nelle sedi Orrick di Milano e Mosca, è basata nell'ufficio di Milano e assiste i clienti in un ampio numero di questioni di diritto russo e, in particolare, in materia di diritto societario, diritto commerciale, fusioni e acquisizioni.
L'avv. von Mensenkampff ha maturato una notevole esperienza nel fornire consulenza legale ai clienti italiani interessati a sviluppare progetti connessi alla Federazione Russa e in particolare nello stabilire rapporti commerciali con i distributori russi e creare catene di franchising sul territorio. Vanta, inoltre, un'ampia conoscenza in materia di normativa antitrust.
Benjamin Cichostepski-Lesage is an experienced lawyer advising technology and Web companies as well as venture and growth capital investors on corporate transactions for more than 10 years.
Based in Orrick’s Paris office, Benjamin has strong ties with the Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York and London offices.
Passionate about entrepreneurship and shaping the success of early ventures, Benjamin leads Orrick’s Technology Companies Group in France. He advises companies and investors at various stages from incubation and equity financings to external growth transactions and exits (M&A, IPO), all with deep French-U.S. cross-border expertise. Representative clients include Alan, Algolia, Botify, Comet, Fretlink, LaFourchette, Klaxoon, Neolane, Payfit, Teads.tv, Tempow, Side, Sqreen, Stupeflix, Zenly, as well as Atomico, Battery Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cathay Capital, Creandum, Idinvest Partners, Iris Capital (Orange Publicis Venture), Lightspeed Venture Partners, Partech Ventures, Raise Capital and XAnge Private Equity.
Orrick’s Technology Companies Group is frequently praised for its high-level expertise, locally and as regards to cross-border operations (“Orrick, the law firm “builder” of Tech Companies”, Capital Finance – Groupe Les Echos, May 4, 2015).
Jie (Jeffrey) Sun, a partner in Orrick’s Shanghai and Beijing offices, is a member of the Corporate Group. Jeffrey 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.
Jeffrey has extensive experience representing both Chinese enterprises in fund raising and investing abroad and foreign investors investing in China.
He regularly represents issuers and underwriters in the U.S. and Hong Kong public securities offerings, including initial public offerings (IPOs) 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.
Jeffrey is consistently recognized as a leading lawyer for China M&A by prestigious legal publications such as Chambers Asia, Asia-Pacific Legal 500 and IFLR1000. Clients recognizes him as “an excellent business partner, above his legal counsel role”, who “gives practical advice not only based on legal proficiency, but really helpful for our business”.
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 Ahn is an Of Counsel at Orrick’s Tokyo office.
He is a member of the Energy and Infrastructure group which focuses on international energy and infrastructure projects representing key stakeholders including, sponsors, lenders and export credit agencies. Clients include 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, Herrington & Sutcliffe Gaikokuho Jimu Bengoshi Jimusho, Jae-Hyon was a member of Orrick’s Finance group in New York. He has also previously worked at Allen & Overy Gaikokuho Kyodo Jigyo Horitsu Jimusho.
Yoichi represents multinational developers and financial institutions in international power, telecommunications and other infrastructure projects.
Prior to joining Orrick, Yoichi served as a general counsel for Tomen Power Corporation. He was also an associate general counsel at Tomen America Inc. in New York.
James is the global head of Orrick’s Oil & Gas practice and focuses his practice on helping companies with their international energy investments.
Widely recognized as a leading energy lawyer in Tokyo and Band 1 ranked by Chambers Global, James advises clients in the oil and gas sector on transactions in Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and North America, and has extensive experience advising on large-scale oil and gas projects, LNG sales arrangements, and energy-related mergers and acquisitions.
Alex is a litigator and former DOJ and FTC official representing clients in high-profile deals, investigations, and disputes. He frequently works for leading global companies and has been recognized by Chambers USA and Global Competition Review, among others. Who's Who Legal reports that Alex is “a highly skilled competition lawyer” applauded for "his strong knowledge of and experience with the US authorities."
Alex regularly appears before federal, state, and foreign authorities in connection with conduct and merger investigations, including the Federal Trade Commission and US Department of Justice. He also advocates for client's interests on numerous competition and consumer protection issues. Alex also has litigated large antitrust, unfair competition, and consumer protection matters in federal and state courts around the United States.
From 2012-2015, Alex served as advisor to FTC Commissioner Ohlhausen, counseling her on the agency's numerous investigations, enforcement actions, and policies. He focused heavily on technology and telecommunications-related issues, including big data, the growth of online technology platforms, and the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust. Earlier, from 2010-2012, Alex was a trial attorney at the DOJ Antitrust Division focused on mergers and conduct in the technology and finance sectors. He also worked on dozens of energy, health care and hospital matters while at the FTC and DOJ and continues to practice in those sectors. Before serving in the government, Alex spent ten years in private practice at leading international law firms.
Alex is frequently acknowledged for the quality of his work and client service. Chambers USA has recognized Alex in its ranking of top DC antitrust lawyers (2018, 2019). He was recommended for antitrust litigation defense (2019) and merger control (2017-2019) in Legal 500 and was listed in Who's Who Legal: Future Leaders (2017, 2018) and Who's Who Legal: Competition (2019). He was also individually noted as "excellent" by Global Competition Review in its 2018 ranking of the world's antitrust practices.
Before law school, Alex co-founded and sold an online technology company.