PROFESSOR AND LAWYER
Galleria San Babila 4/d, 20122 Milan
+39 02 76 00 67 65
European and International law
Domestic and International Arbitration
Inheritance and Division law
Milan Bar Association
Italian Supreme Court
J.D., Università degli Studi, Milan
Italian, English, French and German
Riccardo Luzzatto is mentioned amongst the “leading and most in demand arbitrators” in litigation and arbitration areas on the most important publications in the field, such as Chambers, Who’s Who Legal and Leaders League.
The main practice areas of Riccardo Luzzatto include Arbitration, Intellectual Property, International Contracts, International Trade law and European Union law, as well as Inheritance and Division law.
Professor of International law at different Italian Universities and, from 1980 to 2010, at the “Università degli Studi” of Milan, he also held courses in European Community law and International Trade law.
He is the author of copious publications published by the main legal periodical and of several monographs on the subject of International law, European Community law and Arbitration.
He is co-editor of the “Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale” and of the “Diritto del commercio internazionale”, and also member of the Scientific Committee of the “Rivista dell’arbitrato” (Rome) and of the “Il diritto dell’Unione europea” (Rome).
Former member of the Council of Milan Chamber of National and International Arbitration (1993-2005), he is member of various scientific association such as the Italian Arbitration Association (AIA, Rome), the “Institut pour l’Arbitrage International” (IAI, Paris), the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI – Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle), the Italian Society of International Law (ISIL) and also arbitrator on the List of Arbitrators of the “Wiener Internationales Schiedsgericht” (WIS).
Riccardo Luzzatto is also a permanent member of the “Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere” (Milan).
He speaks Italian, English, French and has an excellent knowledge of German.