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Nicolò d'Elia

Counsel

CMS Adonnino Ascoli & Cavasola Scamoni
Galleria Passarella 1
20122 Milan
Italy
Languages Italian, English

Nicolò d'Elia is a Counsel in the Dispute Resolution and Insurance Departments where he deals with claims, contracts and regulation. He began his collaboration with the firm in the Milan office at the end of 2013 after having obtained an LL.M in London.
In 2015 he went on two secondments in London at two major insurance companies.

Over the course of his career, Nicolò has developed significant experience in the field of insurance law in terms of litigation, regulation and contracts. He assists primary insurance companies in the management of complex claims of various branches (e.g. professional and equity RC, D&O, RCT/RCO, MedMal, bonds, etc.) both in the pre-litigation and litigation phases, but also with regards to legal issues concerning IVASS regulations and various types of contracts (e.g. agreements with intermediaries, distribution contracts, the creation and revision of insurance policies, etc.). He also deals with various types of litigation (e.g. company, commercial and bankruptcy), including arbitration, and provides support to the Corporate and M&A Department in M&A transactions.

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Education

  • 2007 - Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan (Italy)
  • 2013 – Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom), LL.M. in Intenational and Comparative Dispute Resolution
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Memberships

  • Milan Bar Association 
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01/02/2018
IVASS cy­ber risk in­vest­ig­a­tion: Ne­ces­sary in­crease...
CMS News­let­ter Italia | 01 febbraio 2018
02/02/2018
IVASS cy­ber risk in­vest­ig­a­tion: Ne­ces­sary in­crease in pro­tec­tion sys­tems
With a let­ter to the mar­ket dated 29 Decem­ber 2017, IVASS (the Itali­an In­sur­ance Reg­u­lat­or) pub­lished the out­come of its in­vest­ig­a­tion car­ried out in Ju­ly 2017 con­cern­ing the level of aware­ness of in­sur­ance agents and brokers on the risks in­volved in the use.