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     Date Submitted:19-06-2013
     Last Modified:20-06-2013 (09:25)
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     Current job:Legal Advisor
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsFlexible and highly motivated professional with eight years experience in legal department of Telespazio S.p.A. Specialised in aerospacial law.
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Personal Profile__________________________________________________________

    Flexible and highly motivated professional with eight years experience in legal matters specializing in aerospacial law.

    Responsible for drafting, negotiating, signing of contracts regarding national and international law in Italy. Specialized in legal and corporate affairs especially in the aerospacial field. Knowledge of civil, criminal, sport, employment law, IPR, Trade Marks and HR. 

    Particular skills in aerospacial law. 

    Looking for a position in an aerospacial company or a legal department of an international company. 

     

    Education_______________________________________________________________

     

    From 2006 - 2007  Course post graduation in Human Resources (LUISS Business School – Rome - Italy)

    From 2004 – 2006  Legal Practice (Stincardini’s Law Firm/ Gaudenzi – Sportoletti Law Firm – Perugia - Italy)

    From 1999 – 2004  Degree in Law (Perugia’s University – Perugia - Italy)

    From 1994 – 1998  High School – (Liceo Classico V. Gerace – Cittanova (RC) - Italy)

     

    Employment/Work Experience_______________________________________________________________

    From June 2011 to Dec 2012         Codin S.p.A. – Rome (Italy)

    Legal Counsel (Head of Legal and corporate affairs)

    Responsable for all legal matters with own supervision of the CEO for a medium sized company (100 employees).   

    Responsibilities:

    Advising on strategy and management of the legal department.

    Leading negotiation, drafting and signing of national and international contracts.

    Solving contractual breach in-house.

    Supporting other departments in the company on legal matters.

     

    Achievements: Non-Contentious

    o Developed expansion into a key international market – Spain

    o Developed and set up the legal department, including systems, procedures, policies and protocols.

    o Advising on international environment law, specifically Spanish.  Influencing the proposed solution for a bid after researching Spanish environmental law and discovering that the questions in the proposal were the subject of a bill in the Spanish Parliament that would have a major impact on the project. 

    Resulting in international contract totaling 1 million Euros, providing advice on sophisticated solutions about environmental matters through international impact.

    From 2007 to 2012 Telespazio S.p.A. (a Finmeccanica S.p.A./Thales S.A. Company)

    Legal Advisor

    o Supported the Head of Department for the drafting and negotiation of contracts in aerospacial matters. Definition of strategies and terms for the bidding procedure in accordance with Business Units’ targets (legal, commercial and technical contents; i.e. service level agreement, penalties, liabilities and covenants, payments, tax, terminations, etc).

    o Negotiations with domestic and international companies, agencies (ASI – Italian Space Agency and ESA – European Space Agency) and authorities.

    o Contracts drafting ( i.e. sale, service, agency, commercial, cooperation, leasing, NDA, MoU agreements, etc).

    o Post closing support to the implementation/execution of contracts and agreements.

    o Support and control to the Company IPR activities.

    o Support for the control of safety, security and privacy clauses of contracts and ethic codes in compliance with the Finmeccanica’s rules.

    o Support to the implementation of rules and to the compliance of international and EuropeanCommunity law.

    o Support for the risk assessment company process, relating the legal aspects.

    o Support for the drafting, negotiating and signing in major space programmes, including Galileo, EGNOS, Copernicus, COSMO-SkyMed, SICRAL and Göktürk

    OTHER ASSIGNMENTS (litigation):

    o Negotiation with clients for solutions and settlement agreements.

    o Consensual agreements and warning letters.

    o Support to the law firms to define the cases and facts, working in a team to achieve the best strategy and to discuss the applicable law. 

    Personal Development Activities 

    Member of  Finmeccanica`s ´Focus Group for Intellectual Property Rights´.

    Member of M.G. Aerospace

    Languages:

    Italian: Mother Tongue

    English: Advanced level

    Spanish: Beginner

     

    Computer skills:

    Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel and Power point), Internet, SAP.


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