Lamberto Schiona's practice focuses on litigation and arbitration, with an emphasis on civil, corporate, and public economics law matters. He also has developed an in-depth knowledge of administrative disputes in relation to fines levied by regulatory authorities.
In particular, Lamberto advises clients in disputes regarding corporate, insurance, IP, bankruptcy, competition, energy, banking, and finance issues, combining dispute resolution skills with an extensive knowledge of the relevant industry sectors and the principles of public economics law.
Before joining Jones Day, Lamberto worked for more than 10 years with a boutique Italian firm. He formerly worked with a major international firm and with the financial law division of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
He is author of several publications in the field of corporate and insurance law and is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars. For more than a decade, he collaborated with the first corporate law department of the University of Rome La Sapienza and, in 2001, he had a contract as a professor of corporate law at the Bari University LUM.
Lamberto has been a member of the editorial committee of the Giurisprudenza Commerciale law review since 2002, and he has been one of the World Bank's Italian authorities monitoring business law developments in Italy since 2006.
Honors & Distinctions
Chambers Global (2016)
Chambers Europe (2014-2016)