Gregorio Gitti

Full professor of Civil Law at the University of Milan.

Author of numerous publications (essays, articles and notes to judgments) on, above all, the law of obligations, contracts, banking and financial markets and of four volumes entitled Contratti Regolamentari e Normativi, Padua, Cedam, 1994 and L'Oggetto della Transazione, Milan, Giuffré, 1999, Disciplina contrattuale del mercato e decisione robotica, Brescia, Scholé - Morcelliana, 2020; Il contratto attraverso il suo oggetto, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2022; editor of the volumes L'Autonomia Privata e le Autorità Indipendenti. La Metamorfosi del contratto, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006, Il Terzo Contratto, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2008, La Conciliazione Collettiva, Milan, Giuffrè, 2009; I contratti per l'impresa, Bologna, il Mulino, 2013.

Lawyer and founding partner of the Milan law firm Gitti and Partners.

He coordinated, as legal advisor, some parties in the most important corporate mergers and integrations, nationwide, in the banking and financial sector as well as in the industrial field in the energy, aviation and welfare sectors; he also received assignments for pro veritate consulting and opinions from important financial, banking and insurance institutions as well as from public bodies, and independent and governmental authorities.

Founder and Director of the Civil and Commercial Law Observatory, a journal published by Il Mulino, the first Scopus-accredited Italian legal journal. Member of the Editorial Board of Rivista di Diritto Privato, published by Cacucci Editore. Member of the Scientific Evaluation Committee of the Rivista di Diritto Civile, published by Cedam.

President and founding member of Fondazione Etica.

Founding partner of two publishing firms operating in the niche of artists' books as well as founding partner of the agricultural company Castello di Perno.

He has held numerous administrative positions in listed companies, such as Ansaldo STS S.p.A., Edison S.p.A., Sabaf S.p.A.

Member of the Chamber of Deputies in the 17th Legislature as well as a member of the I Commission (Constitutional Affairs), II Commission (Justice), VI Commission (Finance), the Rules of Procedure Committee, the Appellate Board, and the Study Commission for the drafting of principles and guidelines on guarantees, rights and duties for the use of the Internet.