Partner Mora & Associati -Studio Legale
AREAS OF PRACTICE
International Construction Law
Litigation and Arbitration
International Commercial Law
Admitted to the Supreme Court in Italy
Admitted to the Bar in Italy
2000 – Master of Laws (LL.M.) – University College London, London.
1996 – J.D. – Università La Sapienza, Rome.
Giuseppe has gained a significant experience in drafting, negotiating and managing national and international
EPC contracts especially in the energy sector (oil & gas, wind and photovoltaic power generating plants) with
both bespoke and the various FIDIC form of contract, ICC contracts, LOGIC, CRINE and EIC standard forms.
Recently he has assisted Italian contractors in construction works to be carried out in Middle East, Russian
Federation, South and Central America. He has also gained a relevant experience in disputes and claims
management related to construction projects.
He advises clients on project development (including the tender phase), in the contractual documents
preparation stage and in the claim management phase (extra works, employer’s delay, acceleration,
reduction of the scope of works, suspension and termination).
Giuseppe has also a significant experience in national and international arbitrations for disputes related to
the construction industry and has recently acted as Counsel in ICC and LCIA international arbitrations.
Giuseppe has also a considerable experience in national and international contract law, in corporate law and
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb – Member)
Society of Construction Law (Overseas Member)
International Chamber of Commerce (Member)
London Court of International Arbitration (Member)
International Bar Association (International Construction Projects Committee)
“Construction”, Tenth Edition, a volume of Getting the Deal Through
“On-demand bonds: a review of Italian and English decisions on fraudulent or abusive calling” –
International Construction Law Review –  ICLR – co-written with Lauren Adams, Barrister at Atkin
“Construction and Infrastructure Disputes – Italy” – 2013 – Globe Law and Business
“Energie Rinnovabili – Disciplina Sistematica”, Codice Tecnico Ambiente, 2012 – UTET
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