Manlio Frigo

Of counsel at BonelliErede
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Manlio Frigo joined BonelliErede as Of Counsel in 2016


He graduated in 1977 in Law at the University of Milan; he is now a full-time professor of International Law at the same university, a member of the teaching staff of the Ph.D. Legal studies in International Law & economics at Bocconi University in Milan, visiting professor in prestigious foreign universities, and member of the Cultural Heritage Law Committee of the International Law Association.

He works in the field of art and cultural heritage, particularly in the areas of protection and circulation of cultural property and works of art, international transactions in the field of art, return and return of cultural property, international agreements on cultural cooperation and lending of works of art, international litigation, mainly domestic and international commercial arbitration as a lawyer and arbitrator.

He assists cultural and art foundations, auction houses, associations of art dealers, and some of the most prestigious museum institutions. He advises Unesco, Unidroit, and the European Commission on the movement of cultural goods and the fight against illicit trafficking. In addition, he is a member of the Legal Affairs Committee (Leac) of the International council of museums (Icom).

He is a member of the Focus teams' art and cultural heritage, international arbitration, private clients, and public international Law & economic diplomacy. He also authorizes numerous public and private international Law and European Union law publications.

Distinguishing skills:

  • International Law
  • Art of Cultural Heritage Law
  • Mediation and Arbitration

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