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Corporate partner Daniela Della Rosa advises international luxury and premium brands operating in the fashion, retail, food, travel, well-being, and design industries on the full range of corporate and commercial work.
Ms. Della Rosa advises international premium brands on their commercial operations and IP portfolio management in Italy, the U.S. and internationally. Her career spans both private practice and business affairs: she previously worked as Associate General Counsel with Levi Strauss and Gucci, where she acted as Worldwide General Counsel on the Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Sergio Rossi brands, while serving on the Board of Directors for a number of Gucci Group companies. She has also worked in private practice in Rome, Milan, Washington, D.C. and Brussels, giving her excellent insight into EU regulations, including environmental, social and governance (ESG) regulations .
Ms. Della Rosa possesses a strategic understanding and insight into the particular commercial and legal challenges faced by premium brands that operate internationally.
She has performed the role of independent general counsel for a number of major companies and brand owners in the Italian and UK markets. In this unique role, she has supported mergers and acquisitions, given traditional legal advice, as well as led bespoke in-house trainings to commercial teams and legal departments on risk management and corporate governance.
She advises brand owners on all aspects of luxury multi-channel distribution (such as retail, concessions, franchising, and e-commerce), consumer and intellectual property protection as well as technology practices in various sectors, from food to fashion and design. Her practice includes:
Clients benefit from the unparalleled insight into the legal and commercial operation of premium businesses Ms. Della Rosa has developed, which she combines with a practical, commercial approach to driving value and minimizing risk for corporates, private equity firms and family offices investing internationally, particularly in high end, premium industries such as fashion and luxury brands.
Ms. Della Rosa’s clients include private and publicly traded companies, ranging from brands, fashion houses, designers, wholesalers and retailers to companies operating in heavily regulated sectors such as energy and banking, which value their brands and branded services.
Highly sought after for her commercial acumen and insight into the full range of issues facing premium businesses, Ms. Della Rosa serves currently as Lead Independent Director and President of the ESG and Risk Committee in IEG expo S.p.A.
Ms. Della Rosa is Co-Director of the LUISS Fashion and Luxury Management with campuses in Rome, Milan and Amsterdam and Adjunct Professor Member of the Scientific Committee at L.U.I.S.S. Fashion Law Master, which she curated.
Fashion, Beauty and Luxury
Mergers and Acquisitions
Cryptocurrency, Digital Assets, and Blockchain Law
Media, Technology and Entertainment Law
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