News | 21.07.2017

Nicola Lucifero joins LCA

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LCA is proud to announce the entry of Nicola Lucifero in the Law Firm, who will head the Food Law Department.

Nicola Lucifero, lawyer and lecturer of agri-food law at the University of Florence, has a great expertise in the food law sector and on the market regulations of agri-food products. He assists italian and foreign clients supporting companies, as well as public and private Agencies involved in the agri-food supply chain, in their daily business activity, both at contentious and non-contentious level, providing support in the definition of commercial agreements and joint ventures also at international level and in the management of complex M&A, investment and corporate restructuring transactions.

His professional activity focusses on the different aspects of the food law and includes all the typical issues of the general food law, as well as the vertical regulations that characterize the different food productions or the specific food industries. He is also specialized in competition and IP law and in the consumer protection. He has recently assisted important investment and M&A transactions in the wine sector and in other productive markets of primary importance in the national economic context, and the development of the commercial activity of food companies at an international level.

The entry of Nicola Lucifero will further strengthen LCA’s food law team dedicated to companies and institutions that, with different role and at different level, at any step of the production chain, operate in the food market. LCA has felt for a long time the need of creating a structured food law department, able to provide the best possible assistance to food companies, through a team of highly skilled experts that jointly work, in order to support the firms in the setting up of the best strategy for the protection and development of their own products on the global market. This originates from the awareness that the research of new commercial markets and the delocalization of the agricultural productions, on the one hand, and the high complexity of the food law on the other hand, require a strong legal specialization through specific competences in order to support the companies active the sector also at  international level.

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