The Law Firm of Renato Salimbeni, Monica Passalacqua and Flavia Pozzolini was founded in 1998, following more than two decades of collaboration commencing at the firm of Prof. Enzo Capaccioli.
The Law Firm has considerable experience in administrative law, in particular in the fields of town planning and construction, environment, works contracts, maritime state property, marinas, electoral disputes, expropriation for public use and administrative liability.
Renato Salimbeni has acquired particular expertise in environmental law, town planning and construction, public and private contracts, electoral disputes, expropriation for public use and administrative liability. He is admitted to practice in the higher courts.
Monica Passalacqua has many years of experience teaching town-planning law at the Florence Faculty of Architecture. Her focus is on town planning and construction, real-estate transactions, both residential and industrial, including agricultural estates. She is admitted to practice in the higher co
Flavia Pozzolini specializes in town planning and construction, maritime state property and tourist marinas, expropriation for public use, electoral disputes, environment and real-estate law. She is admitted to practice in the higher courts.
Stefano Salimbeni focuses mainly on civil law contracts and real estate, damage compensation (contractual and non-contractual) and debt collection
Teaching assistant at the Criminal Processual Law Department of the University of Florence, he started his practice working in Pinucci-Bagattini-Zilletti-Fenyes law firm, he continued working with Federico Bagattini until 2016. He focuses on criminal law.
Legal advice and assistance is provided, both in and out-of-court, in the fields of civil, administrative and criminal law. The Law Firm SPP handles all issues relating to real estate, from assisting local authorities in the preparation of planning regulations to the resolution of legal problems concerning the purchase and redevelopment of areas, renovation of property complexes. Thanks to the