Caterina specializes in commercial and investment arbitration, as well as in national litigation involving international or arbitration-related aspects.
She is currently involved in two post-M&A ICC arbitrations among companies operating respectively in the engineering and the energy sector, as well as in an ICC proceeding concerning a contract subject to Japanese Law.
As to investment arbitration, Caterina is part of the team advising a group of investors in the photovoltaic sector in several arbitration proceedings brought on the basis of the Energy Charter Treaty and various bilateral intra-EU investment treaties.
Caterina also regularly acts as assistant to arbitral tribunals in both commercial and investment arbitrations.
Caterina graduated summa cum laude from the Law School of the University of Milan in 2018 with the European Law dissertation: “Leniency Program and Right of Defence in EU Antitrust Proceedings”. Before joining ArbLit, Caterina interned at the Labour Law Department of BonelliErede and trained with the International Arbitration Group of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle.
“Could covid-19 emergency measures give rise to investment claims First reflections from Italy”, in Global Arbitration Review, 26 March 2020
“Specialised commercial courts with jurisdiction over claims against foreign defendants: the Italian approach”, in International Law Office Newsletter, 1 September 2020