Banking and Financing – Factoring in Italy

Our team focuses mainly on factoring and receivables purchase transactions also as local co-counsel in complex cross-border factoring transactions. We further represent banks, factoring companies and other clients (bank customers, borrowers and debtors) in litigation proceedings regarding bank and financing issues.

Commercial Law

BDC Studio legale assists its clients in all legal aspects regarding their commercial activity and business. 

Our lawyers have also a specific experience in the field of international commerce, e.g. regarding the international sale of movable goods (CISG), agency contracts and commercial distribution agreements.

Corporate Law

We assist clients with all types of corporate work, both domestic and international, ranging from structuring complex business transactions to day-to-day corporate housekeeping. The Bucciarelli Ducci Corsini team has represented both Italian and foreign clients, including listed companies and medium and small enterprises, in all aspects of their businesses: the determination of their governance structure, starting up their activities and related contract law, and extraordinary and cross-border transactions (M&A, reorganization etc.).  


Real Estate

BDC law firm advises clients on all aspects of real estate law, offering personalized solutions for their needs (from advice on contracts, acquisitions and sales of real estate or leases, to the establishment, development and management of complex real estate projects in Italy and real estate portfolios, spin-offs etc.). Our team offers both legal assistance and advice as well as practical organisational help through qualified partners who operate in the business and management of real estate.

Litigation & National and International Arbitration

BDC Law firm represents and defends domestic and foreign clients in court, in particular with respect to disputes regarding civil, commercial and corporate law matters, real estate, banking and investment-related issues and our other practice areas. The firm is also skilled in international litigation that involves foreign law issues. Indeed, our team includes professionals with several years of sound experience in procedural law, and we are able to assist and represent clients not only before courts of ordinary justice (state courts) but also in domestic and international arbitration proceedings, both in those administered by the most important domestic and foreign institutions (such as, respectively, the Milan Chamber of Arbitration and the ICC of Paris), as well as in ad hoc arbitration proceedings.

Labour law

The BDC team offers legal assistance, both in and out of court, with respect to all matters of individual and collective employment law.

We advise both employees and employers and assist corporate clients in the context of corporate restructuring, outsourcing business, collective agreements and personnel adjustment within the workplace; we also provide labour law due diligence etc.

Our services are given in collaboration with top labour consultants (consulenti del lavoro).

Family and Inheritance law

Family and Inheritance law and litigation are broad issues and cover situations such as parental authority, legal cohabitation, affiliation, protection of young children, liquidation of marriage settlements, donations, divisions, etc.. Our team has specialized competences to offer a global service to any person involved in those matters, ranging from mere legal advice to defence in judicial proceedings. We also advise entrepreneurs in family and inheritance issues arising from their participations and investments.



European Union Law

BDC law firm advises and represents clients in issues and disputes which involve European law. Our expertise and legal advice is not limited to competition law and State Aid, but also includes free movement of goods, persons and services as well as judicial protection. We also offer (pre)contractual assistance for agreements to be executed within the European Union.


Private International Law

The lawyers of BDC law firm have long-standing experience in legal issues (both in and out of court) and cross-border disputes that involve private international law. The firm advises clients on the three branches of conflict of laws: (i) jurisdiction – whether the relevant forum has the power to resolve the dispute at hand, (ii) the choice of law – the law which is being applied to resolve the dispute and (iii) foreign judgments – the ability to recognize and enforce a judgment from an external forum within the jurisdiction of the adjudicating forum. BDC’s expertise ranges from international contract law, international trade and company law to the international law of obligations and related Treaties, Conventions and Covenants. The Bucciarelli Ducci Corsini team is thus perfectly capable of elaborating the ideal solutions for the achievement of any commercial objective in an international framework.

The firm’s lawyers also have thorough expertise in the resolution of cross border disputes and matters (both substantial and procedural), in issues regulated by the laws of the European Union, by foreign law and by international treaties, bi- or multilateral conventions (such as the CISG of 1980; the CMR of 1956, the New York Convention of 1958 etc.) and trade agreements (such as the Waren Verein der Hamburger Börse; Incoterms etc.).

German and Comparative Law

A key element that characterizes the firm is its internationality. Indeed, the firm has established an  International and German Desk to better meet the needs of its international clients or Italian clients with interests abroad.

In this respect, the firm has particular expertise in Italian-German legal matters and, more generally, in matters related to trade between Italy and German-speaking countries. BDC Studio Legale has indeed established a German desk and counts, among its professionals, a native German speaker, who is qualified to practice as attorney-at-law both in Italy and in Germany, and who has considerable and long-standing experience in the field.

We are thus able to assist our clients in matters regulated by German law from our offices in Italy (Rome and Arezzo) and to represent and defend them before German judicial authorities.

The lawyers of the BDC team further conduct research services on comparative law (regarding Italian, German, Austrian, Swiss, UK and US law) not only for private subjects but also for important public entities with an interest in foreign legal systems.