Gabriele Maxia is co-founder and Senior Partner of the law and tax firm "Studio Legale e Tributario AMP - Albanese Maxia & Partners", acting as coordinator of the Litigation department.
He is a civil lawyer, already the owner of the law firm named "Studio Legale Maxia" in Rome. His professional activities have always been characterized by extreme confidentiality, dedicating himself to the care of important interests and business on behalf of leading clients in the field of finance and international investments.
Expert in banking and insurance law, protection of large assets and successions, he deals with wealth management and acts as trustee and administration of assets, trusted by clients.
He has conceived and promoted important international transactions, especially in the field of real estate investments, carrying out legal advisory activities in such contexts.
He also deals with non-performing loans, civil liability and compensation for damages.
He boasts a consolidated professional presence not only in Rome, but also on Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, the area of choice for relations between high standing businessmen.
He graduated in Law at the "Sapienza" University of Rome, enrolled in the Register of Lawyers of Rome, and is constantly updating his professional skills through a continuous study of the jurisprudence of merit and legitimacy. He is enrolled in the Bar of Lawyers qualified to practice before the Superior Jurisdictions (Supreme Court of Italy).
He is a member and is in charge of Secretary of the Control Commission of APICES - Associazione Professionisti ed Imprese per la Cooperazione Economica e Sociale (the Association of Freelance Professionals and Enterprises for Economic and Social Cooperation).
Areas of activity
- Civil Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Commercial law, bonds and contracts
- Financial, banking and insurance law
- Business crisis and bankruptcy law
- Labour Law
- General Civil Law
- Real Estate Law
- Law of Succession
- Family Law
- Personal protection, Civil liability and Compensation for damages