The Milan based law firm emlex identifies a long lasting common professional experience of Eva Maschietto and Massimo Maggiore, that at the end of 2020 have rebranded their corporate-law practice, which currently count 4 partners, and another 15 professionals. The brand incorporates a strong personal footprint, in which the initials of their first names have been merged (“E” standing for Eva and “M” for Massimo).
Lawyers working at emlex have all a strong international background and many of them are engaged in academic activity, collaborating with high profile universities and educational constitutions in Italy. The firm focuses its activity on different sectors, including environment and real estate, dealing with every related aspect of public law and corporate law, in particular M&A. It further deals with information technology law and intellectual property law, the subject matters of which the founding partner Massimo Maggiore is a lecturer.
The firm has been conceived with in mind the necessity to provide services even more responding to the needs of businesses, in particular the most innovative and highly technological ones, and the need to give a personal touch to legal advice.
The firm is grounded in the cohesion of the group of the professionals working for it and in the understanding of the real needs of clients and colleagues. Shared values, as well as emotional and intellectual like-mindedness are the centrepiece of emlex’s culture..
Characterised for its flexibility coupled with robustness, emlex has been structured with in mind the need to face the demand for interdisciplinary and ever-evolving legal services, while at the same time relying on strong legal and technical pillars, as also testified by the firm’s involvement with the academy.
The client base of emlex embraces companies whose activities are focused on innovation, development and the deployment of new technologies, on an array of industries and in particular food, high-end furniture and lighting, cybersecurity, cloud computing, social housing, smart cities and benefit companies, environmental services.
Massimo Maggiore is head of the Iintellectual property and information technology Department that currently counts a total of two partners and six associates and regularly advices on all IP rights, both in connection with contentious and transactional work. The IP department also deals with the administrative side of trademark filings, prosecutions and opposition proceedings. The department has also developed considerable experience in assisting companies on complex data-protection and information technology related issued, including cybersecurity.