This year, Lawrope’s annual general meeting will take place in Monza, Italy on 17th – 18th of November 2017 and it will be hosted by our member in Italy,  Camparada & Torti Law Firm. On Friday, the participants will attend an event hosted by Camparada & Torti in collaboration with Compagnia delle Opere, Regione Lombardia and Chambers of Commerce of Monza and Brianza . We we have several Italian companies attending our event and it will be organized as follows:

14:00-14:15 Participants registrations

14:30 Welcome speech

15:00 Starting the sessions:

  • Paolo Rossetti – Economic Journalist of The Citizen of Monza Brianza
  • Carlo Edoardo Valli – Vice President of CCIAA Milano MonzaBrianza Lodi

Institutional greeting

  • Andrea Bonalumi – Manager Promos

The role of the Chamber in promoting the Italian system abroad

  • Jordi Rovira Esteve – President of Lawrope

Aims and objectives of an international network of lawyers

  • Michael Kabik – Lawrope

Trump’s policy on trade and tax constraints and possible limitations on visas

  • Horst Becker – Lawrope

Intra – European trade: issues and pitfalls

  • Gonzalo Arrangoiz – Lawrope

How new technologies influence the way of contracting and doing commerce in America

  • Federica Odello – Lawrope

Planning Legal Aspects in International Trade

  • Fabrizio Sala – Vice-President Regione Lombardia

The role of the Lombardy Region in the creation of the Italian System abroad

16:00 Coffee Break

16:15 B2B SESION

20:00 Gala dinner (Dress code: Elegant)

The event will be hold in a very exclusive and beautiful place, Villa Reale.

On the second day, Lawrope´s members will held their annual general meeting in the morning where we will be welcoming new members in the network and further discuss the next steps of the organization.

In the evening, the members will enjoy the city by visiting a Zavattari Chapel and Longobard Iron Crown at Monza Dom. We wll be ending with a private gala for the members only.

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