Born in Galatina on 6 May 1988. He graduated from Bocconi University in Milan.
He joined Studio Isolabella in 2012, and has since been assigned to cases connected with financial and commercial crime, and in particular criminal trials focussing on corporate crime, bankruptcies, crimes against property and financial crimes for banks and corporations.
He currently manages criminal proceedings for corporate and tax crimes, money laundering, insurance fraud, negligent crimes in connection with health and safety at work regulations (D. Lgs. 81/2008), and proceedings connected with D. Lgs. 231 of 2001, administrative liability of companies.
He also provides advisory services, drafting and implementation of 231 Models for financial institutions and commercial companies.
Since 2013, together with a special unit within the Law Firm, he supports clients from the banking and financial sector who are involved in administrative proceedings before the Regulators (Bank of Italy and CONSOB) for the violations provided in the Banking Code and Finance Code.
He has also accrued great experience in insurance criminal law, having worked extensively for the defence of both insurance companies and agents.
He is a professor at the Il Sole 24 Ore Business School for the Master Courses “Model 231: Drafting, Compliance and Supervisory Board”, “Law and Corporations” and “Criminology and Economic Crimes” for matters connected with the administrative liability of legal persons, corporate crime, tax crime and crime against the Public Administration. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of the magazine Sistema 231, published by Filodiritto.
He is the joint author, with Counsel Italia Caminiti, of the article “COVID-19 contamination and travel accident: what is the employer’s liability?” published on 3/8/2020 on the magazine Sistema Penale.
He is the author of the article “231 System and ‘small-sized entities’: regulatory issues and thoughts”, published on issue 1/2021 of the magazine Sistema 231 (n. 1/2021).