For the second consecutive year the lawyer Alessandro Pistochini was included in the rankings for the practice White Collar Crime by Chambers & Partners Europe/Italy.
Recognition and inclusion in the ranking:
“Alessandro Pistochini of Studio Legale Crippa Pistochini regularly acts on tax, money laundering, fraud and corruption investigations. Sources confirm his technical skills and add that he is “very straightforward and on point”. He predominantly represents corporate clients and financial institutions”.
Chambers & Partners:
Chambers & Partners, founded in 1989, has been recognized as the author of “one of the most prestigious rankings in the legal industry” by the National Law Review, for its production of international annual rankings across the legal sector.
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The lawyer. Alessandro Pistochini participated with his team in the 2020 submission dedicated to the White Collar Crime sector of the European area, receiving, for the second consecutive year, recognition and inclusion in the ranking dedicated to Italian jurisdiction.
In addition to looking for Chambers Europe, the lawyer Alessandro Pistochini also participated, with the lawyers. Andrea Gaudio, Guido Stampanoni Bassi and Davide Giorgiadi, at the drafting of the chapter relating to the Italian system of the “Anti-Corruption” Guide 2019, examining the main types of crime against the public administration from the point of view of both natural and legal persons according to D. Lgs. 231/2001 – with particular regard to the latest regulatory changes (from the whistleblowing discipline to the changes introduced by the law of 9 January 2019 art. 3).