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Ginevra Biadico is an administrative lawyer based in Milan. She focuses on the energy and infrastructure, permitting and environment sectors.
Ginevra has vast experience of matters involving permitting, town-planning, environment and public procurement, both in court and out of court. She regularly assists international and Italian lenders, funds, investors, developers, employers and contractors with a wide range of aspects on energy and infrastructure projects, in national and International private and public sectors.
Ginevra has experience of advising on: photovoltaic; wind farm, biogas; biomass and hydroelectric; solar rooftop; greenhouse; natural gas cogeneration; water desalination; energy efficiency; landfill; hospital; shopping centre; highway; school; and luxury resort projects. Her experience also includes assisting clients participating in private and public tenders and on litigation proceedings in the renewable energy sector. She has worked on many high-profile national and cross-border project finance and acquisition transactions.
Prior to joining us, Ginevra worked in the administrative law department of a magic circle law firm and in the project finance and infrastructure department of an international boutique law firm.
She was awarded her law degree (J.D. equivalent) with full marks from Luigi Bocconi University in 2009, with a final dissertation on in-house provision of local public services. She qualified as an Italian attorney in 2012, and completed a Master's course on public procurement at SDA Bocconi in 2016.
She has been lecturer on 'General Principles of Administrative Law' at the Master's course 'Diritto e Impresa', organized by IlSole24Ore.
She is a native Italian speaker and is fluent in English.
- Avvocato, qualified in Italy
- Developers, investors and financial institutions – advised 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 – assisted with 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 – acted on procurement proceedings for infrastructure projects and on the sale and purchase of public properties.
- Investors – advised on multi-jurisdictional acquisition transactions concerning pharmaceutical companies and administrative litigation proceedings concerning public tenders for awarding biomedical services
- Healthcare – advised investors on multi-jurisdictional acquisition transactions concerning pharmaceutical companies, and administrative litigation proceedings concerning public tenders for biomedical services.
- Financial institutions and private companies – assisted with the implementation of global data protection projects, including the transfer of personal data outside the European Union.
- The best in Italy: Ranked. "Una professionista molto preparata, in grado di presentare argomenti complessi in modo molto chiaro e semplice al cliente." [Translation: Highly prepared professional. Able to explain complex topics to clients in a very clear and simple way.] Legalcommunity Energy Report 2018.
- Fine line between financial initiatives in PV greenhouses and genuine agricultural projects, International Law Office, April 2019
- Getting the deal through, Electricity regulation 2019 (Italy chapter), November 2018
- Repowering – getting more energy from existing assets, International Legal Office and Lexology, August 2018
- Lecturer, General Principles of Public Law, Master's course Diritto e Impresa, IlSole24Ore
Publication | October 16, 2019
Publication | June 14, 2019
The fine line between bona-fide agricultural projects and mere financial initiatives in the field of photovoltaic greenhouses, biomass and biogas plants
Publication | April 05, 2019
Publication | January 2018