Gregorio is an associate in Freshfields’ international arbitration group based in our Frankfurt office.
He specializes in commercial and investment arbitration. Gregorio advises and represents corporations and sovereign States in a variety of sectors, including energy, oil & gas, infrastructure, telecommunications and pharma. He has acted in arbitration proceedings under various rules, including ICSID (and its Additional Facility), UNCITRAL, ICC and LCIA. He is also member of our Latin American international arbitration group.
Gregorio is a lecturer in International Arbitration at the University of Roma Tre.
Gregorio is an Italian qualified lawyer and speaks English, Spanish, French and Italian.
Representing the German financial services provider Portigon AG (formerly WestLB) in an ICSID arbitration brought under the Energy Charter Treaty against the Kingdom of Spain. The dispute arises out of Spain’s changes to its feed-in-tariff regime for renewable energy.
Representing the major Austrian construction company Strabag SE and its joint venture partner in an ICSID arbitration against the Federal Republic of Germany under the Energy Charter Treaty. The claims arise in connection with changes to Germany's regulatory framework applicable to the offshore wind energy sector.
Representing two Spanish investors in an UNCITRAL arbitration claim against the Republic of Venezuela arising out of the expropriation of their investments in the food importation and distribution sector.
Representing the Government of Albania in an ICSID arbitration initiated by Anglo-Adriatic Group Limited arising out of the privatization scheme of Albanian state-owned entities.
Representing a major Italian energy corporation in an English-law governed dispute under the LCIA rules concerning North African offshore drilling. The dispute arose out of the client’s termination of a drilling rig supply contract.
Representing a major Italian energy distributor in an ICC arbitration against a leading energy Swiss corporation in relation to green certificates and related renewable energy incentives.
Representing the German media corporation Bertelsmann in two parallel ICC arbitrations arising out of the transfer of its Italian business to a major German holding group.