After receiving her Law Degree from the Luiss Guido Carli of Rome, with the final score of 110/110 cum laude and an “honor mention”, she continued practicing law at Portolano Cavallo.
She focuses primarily on corporate law, advising Italian and foreign clients and providing assistance on matters concerning ordinary and extraordinary corporate management. She honed experience in Private Equity & Venture Capital and Mergers & Acquisitions transactions.
She also prepares commercial contracts, especially in the Real Estate sector, and corporate and commercial opinions.
Since 2016 she gives her contribution to the writing of Italy related chapters of the Doing Business Report, published annually by the World Bank Group, and she co-authores articles about corporate law published on newsletter and law-focused websites and papers.
She was involved in drafting the Italian version of the Subscription Agreement for Future Equity, or SAFE (Contratto di Sottoscrizione di Futuro Aumento di Capitale), an agreement template that founders and investors can use in early-stage investments in innovative companies.
Chiara also contributed to the preparation of a sample term sheet for an A round investment and a glossary explaining the main issues and legal clauses in the context of an investment transaction, as well as observations, practical advice and best practices on issues frequently discussed and negotiated between the parties.
She is member of the Professional Women’s Network of Rome (PWN Rome).
In 2017 she attended the International Associate Program at the firm P+P Pöllath + Partners of Munich.
Foreign languages: English
She is a member of the Rome Bar Association (A51722).
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