The Firm Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners continues its growth process with the new Partner Gianluca Gariboldi, previously founding partner of the firm Gariboldi Soncini, as head of the Administrative Law and Real Estate departments.
Gianluca Gariboldi, together with of counsel Micaela Tinti, will lead a first class administrative department with particular focus on urban planning, environment, public tenders and energy.
Gianluca Gariboldi will also be responsible for the Real Estate practice, becoming under his lead an important department for the Firm, able to offer its clients an integrated approach comprising all the activities which fall in this area: construction, M&A, finance, regulation and tax.
Gianluca Gariboldi, graduated in Law, summa cum laude, at the University of Milan, and gained extensive experience in administrative law, with a special focus on urban planning, construction, public tenders, providing both in and out of court assistance.
He also assists private national and international entities in real estate transactions, in the management of the real estate assets with reference to all the urban planning aspects related to construction, tenders and real estate in general, and consultancy in project financing.
“Gianluca’s entrance – affirms Bruno Gattai, managing partner of the Firm Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners – is very important, because he is a champion, one of the most skilled professionals, highly recognized by the market, particularly in the field of urban planning and public tenders.”
“In this new year – concludes Bruno Gattai – we will continue to strongly develop the Real Estate practice, area with a high growth potential with reference to the conclusion of real estate assets acquisition transactions and imminent declared disposal plan of public property.”
“I am very happy – stated Gianluca Gariboldi – to join the Firm Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners which boasts an exceptional and distinctive positioning on the legal market and in which I hope to bring an added value in the Administrative Law and Real Estate departments.”