Filippo Danovi

Filippo Danovi

già Partner

filippo.danovi@danovi.it

Graduated magna cum laude at the University of Milan in 1991.

Admitted to the Bar (Milan, Italy) since 1994.

Admitted to practice before the Italian Supreme Court since 2015.

Full Professor of Civil Procedural Law and National and International Arbitration Law at the University of Milano – Bicocca, where he has been teaching since 2001.

Son of Remo and Anna Danovi,  Filippo Danovi represents the third generation of his family.

He has been collaborating with the Firm since 1991, becoming a partner  in 1998.

Practice areas: Arbitration Law, Family Law, Inheritance Law, Civil Process and Enforcement Law, Contract Law, Property and Tenancy Law, Civil and Professional Liability Law.

Member of Scientific Boards  (Famiglia e diritto; Il diritto di famiglia e delle persone; Cour Européenne d’arbitrage) and of Editorial Committees (Rivista di diritto processuale; Rivista di diritto societario; Rivista di diritto sportivo) of several specialized law reviews,he is the author of the following volumes and monographs:

La pregiudizialità nell’arbitrato rituale, Padua, 1999;

La prova contraria, Milan, 2004;

La cultura della mediazione e la mediazione come cultura, F. Danovi – F. Ferraris, Milan, 2013;

Il processo di separazione e divorzio, in Trattato di diritto civile e commerciale previously directed by A. Cicu, F. Messineo, L. Mengoni, and continued by P. Schlesinger, Milan, 2015;

Il linguaggio del processo, Milan, 2018;

I patti preflittituali, F. Danovi – F. Ferraris – T. Fragomeni – A. Maniaci – A. Marchese, Turin, 2019;

Lineamenti del processo civile di cognizione, G. Tarzia – F. Danovi, 5th ed., Milan, 2014;

L’arbitrato. Una giurisdizione su misura, Milan, 2020.

And the editor of the following volumes:

Diritto e processo: rapporti e interferenze, Turin, 2015;

ADR una giustizia complementare, F. Danovi – F. Ferraris (ed.), Milan, 2018.

Filippo Danovi also published more than two hundred articles and papers on civil procedural law and family law.

 

Foreign languages: English, French

Main focus on

Inheritance Law

Family Law

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Property and Tenancy Law

Contract Law

Tort Law