– J.P. Morgan
In a complex global marketplace with vanishing borders, Studio Legale Capecchi has developed creative legal solutions for clients both at home and throughout the world.
Our office covers all the areas of the civil law practice, including commercial law, business law, intellectual property, family law, employment law, compliance, civil rights, personal injury, and car accidents.
In over 10 years of legal practice we have also represented defendants and victims of crimes in countless criminal trials.
Thinking ahead, anticipating and preventing problems are the main principles that regulate our practice.
We help domestic and international clients resolve their legal disputes through litigation, arbitration, and mediation. Though we seek favorable settlement whenever possible, we stand ready to defend our clients through litigation when the situation demands it. (…)
We help international businesses determine how best to structure their domestic and overseas operations. We know that strong bilingual contracts are key when it comes to protecting our clients’ operations. We help identify the types of contracts our clients need and we offer comprehensive support in contract negotiation, drafting, translation, and enforcement. (…)
If you plan to purchase a property in the downtown of Florence or invest in the Italian countryside, we help individuals and corporations negotiate the purchase and sale of real property throughout the country. We assist in the resolution of disputes and also handle homeowners and condominium association disputes.(…)
We know that Intellectual Property matters.
In today’s global economy we help our clients to protect and manage their trademarks, copyrights, patents, trade secrets, confidential information and other proprietary rights in a broad range of areas, providing IP services that are sustainable, industry-specific and cost-effective. (…)
The CBS morning news special titled, “Emigration, full circle: Returning to the old country” aired on May 19, 2019. The special featured Avv. Michele Capecchi and discussed the popular trend of American citizens looking to obtain their dual citizenship through the blood passed on to them from their Italian ancestors.