Admitted to the bar in 2015. Elena graduated in 2011 with a thesis on the protection of industrial design at the Università degli Studi di Milano. During her law degree,
Elena did an Erasmus programme at Eberhard Karls University in Tuebingen, Germany.
She completed a Master’s in Industrial and Intellectual Property Law at Just Legal Services and a postgraduate course postgraduate in Fashion Law at the Università degli Studi di Milano.
After having worked for leading Italian and International IP law firms, including an American law firm, Elena joined the IP team at Scarpellini Naj-Oleari.
Given her experience in anti-counterfeiting strategies and enforcement, including trade fairs and customs surveillance, Elena adivises fashion brands, well-known national and multinational companies on matters concerning Intellectual Property law, unfair commercial practices, advertising law, unfair competition, right of publicity and privacy law.
Elena collaborates with the publishing company CEDAM, drafting manuals for the preparation of the admision exam to the Italian bar. Among her latest publications :
–The relationship between the “right to anonymity” and the “right to report” as an exonerating circumstance, in Pareri e atti svolti di diritto penale, CEDAM 2016
– The extension of the crime of impersonation to the notion of identity theft on the web, in Pareri e atti svolti di diritto penale, CEDAM 2015;
–The relationship between art. 642 of the Italian criminal code and the crime of fraud (art. 640). Apparent conflict of rules, in Pareri e atti svolti di diritto penale 2014, Altalex Professionale