3rd October 2017
MSI's French law member, Schmidt Brunet Litzler, is delighted to welcome new associate Sara Buonomo. Sara specialises in corporate law, domestic and international commercial law, cross border and venture capital transactions.
Admitted to the Naples Bar in 2012 and the Paris Bar in June 2017, Sara speaks Italian, French and English. Sara is a graduate from Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne: Master of Arbitration and International Commercial Law (2017) and LL.M. in French and European Law (2016), but also from Università Bocconi -Università degli Studi di Pavia Law School: Professional Specialist Progam (2011) and Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: University Degree in Law (2009).
Sara is involved in both day-to-day and large corporate transactions, including restructuring transactions and share acquisitions. She primarily advises domestic and foreign corporations, shareholders and CEOs/managers. She also advises non-profit organizations. She is the author of various articles on corporate law published in Italy.
Business Cases : Sara regularly advises a foreign venture capital company in connection with its investments in the hi-tech and fashion sectors, new investments, governance of existing investments, exits and day-to-day operations. She has helped domestic and foreign clients with the conclusion of financial advisory agreements. Sara also assisted in creating a non-profit arts association. She has handled litigations in Italy and France in contract law and commercial law.
Schmidt Brunet Litzler is a business law firm committed to supporting clients throughout their growth and success, and defending their interests.
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