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The Corporate / M&A and the Real Estate Commissions are delighted to invite you to the joint M&A and Real Estate Seminar 2023 in the gorgeous hills of Langhe in Piedmont, Italy.

Join us and profit from an interdisciplinary academic programme. This seminar will provide you with the unique opportunity to look at M&A and real estate deals in the food, wine and hospitality industries. We will examine the differences between a share and an asset deal. We will focus on the peculiarities of hotel deals, and the acquisitions of agricultural lands, with a focus on the construction and the environmental DD aspects. We will also have the chance to talk with industry operators.

The Langhe is an area of rolling hills covered in vineyards with medieval hill towns and ancient castles perched atop their peaks. It is the hometown of Barolo reds, white truffles, handmade pasta, and the most famous chocolate and hazelnut spread... and such delicacies will be part of our gourmet journey during the social programme!

In addition, for those who want to extend their stay until Sunday, the organising committee has set up an optional, exclusive program also for Sunday.

Save the date to make sure you take part in this unique and tasty experience!

AIJA Commissions involved
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Real Estate

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Organising Committee

Marco GARDINO RP Legal & Tax Associazione Professionale (ITALY)
Alessia GIACCARI Studio legale associato a Watson Farley & Williams (ITALY)
Clara GORDON WOLF THEISS Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG (AUSTRIA)
Fabiano MENGHINI Lenz & Staehelin (SWITZERLAND)

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