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Ginevra Biadico is an administrative lawyer based in Milan. She focuses on energy, infrastructure and real estate.
Ginevra is experienced in contentious and non-contentious matters involving permitting, town-planning, environmental law and public procurement. She regularly assists international and Italian lenders, funds, investors, developers, employers and contractors on a wide variety of issues relating to energy, infrastructure and real estate projects.
She has experience of advising on these types of projects: photovoltaic, wind, biogas, biomass, biomethane and hydroelectric, solar rooftop, greenhouse gas, natural gas co-generation, water desalination, energy efficiency, landfill, hospital, shopping centre, road and highway, school, and luxury resort. Her experience also includes advising clients participating in private and public tenders and on litigation proceedings in the renewable energy sector. Ginevra has worked on many high-profile national and cross-border project finance and M&A transactions.
Before joining the firm in 2015, Ginevra worked in the administrative law department of a large international law firm and in the project finance and infrastructure department of a boutique law firm in Italy. She has also worked as in house legal counsel of a major player in the gas and energy sector.
- Law degree (full marks) - Bocconi University of Milan, 2009. Final dissertation: In-house provision of local public services
- Master's degree in public procurement - Bocconi University of Milan, 2016
- Avvocato, qualified in Italy 2012
- Developers, investors and financial institutions on development; construction; sale and purchase; project finance; and administrative litigation proceedings concerning plants fuelled by renewable (photovoltaic, wind, hydro and biomass) and conventional energy (oil, gas and coal) sources.
- Investors and developments on the administrative proceedings for obtaining authorizations and permits necessary for construction activities, compliance with town planning and construction regulation, and the expropriation procedures for public interest.
- Private businesses and public institutions on procurement proceedings for infrastructure projects and on the sale and purchase of public properties.
- Investors on multijurisdictional acquisition transactions concerning pharmaceutical companies and administrative litigation proceedings concerning public tenders for awarding biomedical services
- Healthcare investors on multijurisdictional acquisition transactions concerning pharmaceutical companies, and administrative litigation proceedings concerning public tenders for biomedical services.
- Financial institutions and private companies on implementation of global data protection projects, including the transfer of personal data outside the European Union.
- Key lawyer, Banking and Finance (Lender or Arranger side): Italy, The Legal 500 EMEA, 2022.
- Key lawyer, Banking and Finance (Borrower side): Italy, The Legal 500 EMEA, 2022.
- Key lawyer, Energy: Italy, The Legal 500 EMEA, 2022.
"[…] grown up in the energy sector – […] immediately understand what needs to be done and how to act."
- Key lawyer, Energy: Italy, The Legal 500 EMEA, 2021.
"Always prepared and impeccable in the relationship, the right support to dispel any doubts, historical memory in various acquisitions and very, very punctual and precise."
- Counsel Fuoriclasse, Administrative law: TopLegal Guida Amministrativo (Italy), 2021.
- Team Member, Team of the Year, Infrastructure and Construction: Legalcommunity Forty Under 40 Awards (Italy), 2020.
- Renewable future: government incentives to increase biomethane production, International Law Office, October 2020
- Are floating solar and wind installations the new frontiers of renewable energy?, International Law Office, March 2020
- Electricity regulation 2020 (Italy chapter), Getting the deal through, October 2019
- Why GSE should reduce instead of revoke incentives for PV plants, International Law Office, October 2019
- Fine line between financial initiatives in PV greenhouses and genuine agricultural projects, International Law Office, April 2019
- Electricity regulation 2019 (Italy chapter), Getting the deal through, November 2018
- Repowering – getting more energy from existing assets, International Law Office and Lexology, August 2018
- Lecturer, General Principles of Public Law, Master's course Diritto e Impresa, IlSole24Ore
Norton Rose Fulbright advises Capital Dynamics on the acquisition of a 18 MWp solar development in Sicily
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