Luca Boggio (Biella, 24 maggio 1969) is Associate Professor of Commercial Law (IUS/04) at Link Campus University, Rome. He attained the National Scientific Abilitation for the position of Full Professor for the subject area IUS/04. He is also an adjunct professor of Digital Economy Law and Business Law at the University of Turin, as well as Professor of Company Law and IP Law at the ESCP Europe - Turin Campus. Previously, he also taught Transnational Business Law at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan; Company Law and IP Law at the Business School ESCP Europe and Commercial Law at the University of Turin. He regularly lectures on corporate law, arbitration, crisis and insolvency in academic masters and at schools of specialisation for the legal professions. He is a Research Fellow and co-ordinates the Observatory on Corporate Development and Reorganization at IUSE – University Institute of European Studies (italian hub of the ELI – European Law Institute), as well as member of the CRISI Center - Interdepartimental Research Center on Business, Over-indebtedness and Insolvency of the University of Turin. Partecipa a progetti di ricerca finanziati dalla Commissione Europea. He participates in research projects financed by the European Commission. He attained a PhD in Iternal and International Commercial Law at the Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano (XIII Cycle) and was a research fellow at the University of Turin. Cassation lawyer, mediator and trainer of mediators, liquidator of cooperative companies appointed by the Ministry of Economic Development and arbitrator of the National Arbitration Court based in Rome, the Piedmont Chamber of Arbitration and the American International Commercial Arbitration Court based in Wilmington DE (USA). He is part of the editorial board of various "class A" scientific, such as: Rivista di Diritto Societario, Giurisprudenza Italiana, Giurisprudenza Arbitrale e Il Diritto Fallimentare e delle Società Commerciali. He has published three monographies and contributed to the drafting of a manual; he authored more than 120 essays, comments and note to judgement in many italian and international legal magazines. He participates as speaker and/or coordinator to conferences and seminars on Company Law, national/international insolvencies and investment protection. He is a member of the Forensic Union for Human Rights.
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