Fabio has appeared as counsel in several high-profile international arbitrations across a variety of sectors, gaining special expertise in construction, energy and post M&A disputes. In addition to his counsel work, he has also acted as administrative secretary to arbitral tribunals in arbitration proceedings under different rules (ICC, UNCITRAL and Milan Chamber of Arbitration), and subject to a wide range of governing substantive and procedural laws (Italian, English, French, Polish, Albanian, Romanian laws as well as public international law).
Fabio’s articles on international arbitration are published regularly with the most prestigious academic reviews. In 2014, his article “The Emergency Arbitrator: a full-fledged arbitrator rendering an enforceable award?” was named a runner-up prize for McGill University’s Nappert Prize on International Arbitration. Fabio has also been a teaching assistant on the international commercial arbitration course at the Catholic University of Milan.
Fabio graduated summa cum laude from Bocconi University School of Law, Milan in 2012. His graduate dissertation, “Emergency Arbitration Procedures in International Commercial Arbitration”, was awarded the Italian Society of International and EU Law’s Daniele Padovani Prize for the best graduate dissertation on private and procedural international law. In 2018 Fabio earned an LLM from the University of Cambridge, where he conducted research on human rights and investment arbitration.
Prior to joining ARBLIT, Fabio was an associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s international arbitration group and worked in the litigation and corporate departments of Hogan Lovells in Milan
A qualified attorney in Italy, Fabio speaks Italian and English fluently, and can read French, Spanish and Portuguese.