Marina Pirovano (born in Oggiono on 30 July 1982) graduated from the Liceo Classico Alessandro Manzoni in Lecco in 2001 and in 2004 she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, with full marks and honours, from the Faculty of Law of the University of Insubria in Como, with a dissertation on Institutions of Roman Law entitled “Il quanti ea res est in Ulpiano”.
In 2006, she also obtained a Master’s Degree in Law, again with honours, from the Faculty of Law of the University of Insubria in Como, with a thesis in Civil Law entitled “Il dolo come vizio del consenso”.
She then completed her legal practice and, after passing the first attempt at the Court of Appeal of Milan on 12 October 2009, she was enrolled in the Register of Lawyers at the Lecco Bar Association.
She has been with Campa Avvocati since 2006, first as a trainee and then as a lawyer.
About the distribution of duties within the Firm, she mainly deals – both in and out of court – with civil law; commercial and corporate law; management of extraordinary corporate transactions; organization of the distribution structure of the risk at work in the company with drafting of the delegation of functions under D. Lgs. n. 81/2008;drafting of Organizational Models pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001, also assisting in the activities of the Supervisory Board; bankruptcy law with management of business crises; as well as administrative law, advising public bodies and companies with public shareholdings, particularly on town planning, public procurement, anti-corruption pursuant to Law no. 190/2012 and transparency
Since 2006, she has been an assistant to the chairs of Civil Law and Private Law Institutions at the Faculty of Law of the University of Insubria in Como, providing support for seminars and participating in committees for examinations.
Since 2012, he has also been assistant professor of Private Law I and, since 2014, of Private Law II at the Faculty of Law of the Università Statale di Milano, participating in the professorial examinations.
She published the following works in her area of expertise:
“Contributory negligence of the aggrieved creditor and non-asset damage” – commentary on the judgment of the Civil Cassation Sec. III of 10 November 2009 n. 2373, in I Contratti n.5/2010 5/2010.
“ex officio detection of nullity and request for termination” – commentary on the judgment of the Civil Cassation Section III of 7 February 2011 no 2956, in I Contratti n. 7/2011.
“On the requirement of the written form for banking contracts: the position of doctrine and jurisprudence” – comment on the judgment of the Court of Reggio Emilia of 14 May 2013, in Il Corriere Giuridico n.1/2014 1/2014.