Vincenzo Paternostro

Aree di attività: Civil, banking and commercial litigation, business crisis and insolvency, factoring

Lingue: Italian, English and Spanish

Vincenzo Paternostro advises on commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency law and factoring. He has extensive experience in insolvency matters, having assisted various companies as well as official receivers, court-appointed commissioners and liquidators.

He graduated with honours from the Università degli Studi di Genova in 2008 and was admitted to the Bar in 2011.

Prior to joining Giovanardi Pototschnig & Associati, he worked at leading civil and corporate law firms in Genoa as well as collaborating in the Civil Law (alongside Prof. Enzo Roppo and Prof. Alberto Maria Benedetti) and Public Law (Prof. Giovanni Acquarone) Departments at the Università degli Studi di Genova.

Publications and conferences

Transazione pro quota e obbligazione solidale: la clausola che esclude l’approfittamento dei condebitori non stipulanti (Pro-quota settlement and joint and several liability: the clause that excludes the taking advantage of non-party debtors) published in ‘Contratti’ – (Civil court of cassation, 30 December 2011, no. 30174)

Vincenzo Paternostro advises on commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency law and factoring. He has extensive experience in insolvency matters, having assisted various companies as well as official receivers, court-appointed commissioners and liquidators.

He graduated with honours from the Università degli Studi di Genova in 2008 and was admitted to the Bar in 2011.

Prior to joining Giovanardi Pototschnig & Associati, he worked at leading civil and corporate law firms in Genoa as well as collaborating in the Civil Law (alongside Prof. Enzo Roppo and Prof. Alberto Maria Benedetti) and Public Law (Prof. Giovanni Acquarone) Departments at the Università degli Studi di Genova.

Publications and conferences

Transazione pro quota e obbligazione solidale: la clausola che esclude l’approfittamento dei condebitori non stipulanti (Pro-quota settlement and joint and several liability: the clause that excludes the taking advantage of non-party debtors) published in ‘Contratti’ – (Civil court of cassation, 30 December 2011, no. 30174)