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MDT Studio Legale is an independent law firm that has been established with the ambition to offer to selected national and international clients legal advice  and assistance in litigation and arbitration, mainly in corporate and commercial matters. Our goal is the quality of a customized legal advice for our clients . We boast many years of professional experience and a consolidated network of national and international relationships.

Professional excellence, independence and customized legal advice

Avv. Marco Di Toro
+39 3480117906
Born on April 19th, 1961, Marco Di Toro has been practicing law for over thirty years in the specific field of commercial law, both domestic and international, with special focus on corporate and financial law. 
Mr. Di Toro boasts a consolidated experience in extraordinary corporate transactions, corporate pre-insolvency issues, distressed assets management and contract law in general; he also assists his clients in arbitration and litigation as well as in pre-litigation and ADR management. He provides his clients extrajudicial legal advice in the above-mentioned fields.



Bar Association of Turin




2019 – April 2021

Weigmann Law Firm, Turin

September 1985 -2018

Groder – Associated Law Firm Grosso de Rienzo Riscossa Di Toro, Turin 

March 1985

Law degree, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano

Past activities in Legal Associations and Institutions 

Councilor of the Bar Association of Turin 

AGAT – Turin Young Lawyers Association: Secretary and President 

Councilor and Treasurer of the Piedmont Civil Chamber

IBA – International Bar Association 

Currently Member of the European Regional Forum

Avv. Francesca Gandolfo
+39 3479388315

Born on December 1st, 1975, Francesca Gandolfo carries out her activity in commercial law, corporate law and insolvency procedures. She assists clients inarbitration and litigation and provides them with extrajudicial legal advice in the above-mentioned fields. 

She boasts experience in extraordinary corporate transactions, corporate crises management and contract law in general.


Turin Bar Association


English and French 


2019 -2020

Weigmann Law Firm, Turin


Groder – Associated Law Firm Grosso de Rienzo Riscossa Di Toro, Turin


Law degree, University of Pavia

Avv. Carlo Gonella
+39 3384444734

Born on January 9th, 1958, lawyer Gonella carries out his legal advice activity, both extrajudicial and judicial, in commercial and corporate law fields. 

He has a consolidated experience in information technology, e-commerce, ICT contract and digital environment services. 

He assists Italian and foreign clients on legal issues about personal data processing, GDPR compliance, data breach and lawsuits before judicial authorities and Privacy Guarantor. 

He represents subsidiary companies in public contract, especially for IT tools supply.


Bar Association of Turin





2019 – September 2020

Weigmann Law Firm, Turin

September 1982 -2018

Groder – Associated Law Firm Grosso de Rienzo Riscossa Di Toro, Turin 

July 1982

Law degree, University of Turin

Past activities in Legal Associations and Institutions

AGAT – Turin Young Lawyers Association: Secretary

Activities in the Council Committees of the Bar Association of Turin

Member of the IT Commission

Currently member of the Scientific Commission and coordinator of the Civil Law Sub commission

Avv. Francesca Bronsino
+39 3355440064

Lawyer Francesca Bronsino carries out her activity in civil and family law, with special focus on inheritance law. Lawyer Bronsino deals with both judicial and extrajudicial legal advice. 

She has been a lawyer trained in Collaborative Practice since 2018 and she is a member of the AIADC (Italian association of Collaborative Professionals).


Bar Association of Turin


English and French



2017 -2020 

Weigmann Law Firm, Turin


Training course in Collaborative Practice of Bologna


Cavalli, Jorio e Fubini Law firm


Postgraduate school of Law


Law degree, University of Turin

Avv. Vittorio Tinivella
+39 3318040048

Born on October 30th, 1993, Vittorio Tinivella, graduated in September 2017 from University of Turin. He successively achieved the Masters’ degree in Law from the postgraduate school of Law of Turin. At the same time, he worked as a trainee lawyer in a law firm and as an intern at the Court of Turin. He passed the bar exam in October 2020.




February 2018 – July 2019

Internship at the Court of Turin

July 2020

Master’s degree in Law, Postgraduate school of Law of Turin

September 2017

Law degree, University of Turin Giorgia Valenza

Born on May 8, 1996, Ms. Valenza graduates with a private law dissertation about the role of the contract in the e-commerce. She is interested in industrial and commercial law and she is currently carrying out her legal traineeship.


English and Spanish 


October 2020- April 2021 

Legal traineeship at Greppi and Parodi law firm, Turin

September 2020

Degree in Law, University of Turin 

Avv. Denis Cinieri

+ 39 338 414 0074

Born on May 3, 1982, Denis Cinieri practices as a lawyer in the field of civil law, with particular reference to business contracts, real estate law as well as Italian and international corporate law. Since 2009 he has been providing assistance and professional consultancy to companies in the context of the extraordinary transactions such as merger and acquisitions, spin-off, corporate reorganization and transfers of ongoing concern.


Ordine degli Avvocati di Torino


Italian (native), English, Chinese


2019 – 2021

Associate LS LexJus SINACTA – Avvocati e Commercialisti Associati, Turin (Italy)

2011 – 2018

Studio Notarile Morone, Turin (Italy)

2007 – 2009

Legal Trainee Grande Stevens Studio Legale, Turin (Italy)



Master in Company Law – Business School “Il Sole 24 Ore”, Milan (Italy)


Visiting Researcher – Yale Law School (Connecticut – United States of America)

2009 – 2011

Master of Science in Comparative Law, Economics and Finance -International University College, Turin


Study grant scholarship “Professor Paolo Greco” from Avv. Franzo Grande Stevens


J.D. in Law at Università degli Studi di Torino


B.A. in Juridical Science at Università degli Studi di Torino



Director and Secretary of Associazione "Cuore Aiuta Cuore – ETS”, based in Turin (Italy), via Giolitti no. 21.


Cyclist at Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Mentecorpo, based in Turin (Italy), via Sospello no. 205.


This document describes (i) the methods used to manage the website (the “Site”) in relation to the processing of personal data of users who consult the Site, as well as (ii) the processing of personal data of those who, as clients or for any other reason, have relationships or contacts with MDT Studio Legale or otherwise provide MDT Studio Legale with their personal data, for the purposes and on the further terms and conditions of this information notice, or whose personal data are processed by MDT Studio Legale (“Data Subjects”).

This information is provided pursuant to Section 13 of (EU) Regulation no. 2016/679 (“GDPR”).

1. Data Controller

The Data Controller is MDT Studio Legale (the “Data Controller”), with office in piazza Camillo Benso di Cavour, 3 Torino, tel. +39 011 814 1448, e-mail: The updated list of any data processors is available at the offices of the Data Controller.

2. Where and how data are processed

Data relating to the web services of this Site, as well as data collected by MDT Studio Legale for any other reason pursuant to this information notice, are processed at the offices of the Data Controller and are handled by internal technical personnel, specifically appointed in writing as Person in charge of the processing, pursuant to the GDPR and/or by personnel outside the Data Controller’s organisation, duly appointed, in writing, as Processor, pursuant to Section 28 of the GDPR.

All personal data are processed both in paper format and, mainly, in electronic format. Data will be stored in a form that allows the identification of the user only for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were originally collected and, in a any case, within the limits provided by law. Specific security measures are observed to prevent the loss of data, their unlawful or improper use and unauthorised accesses to the data, in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR.

In order to assure that personal data are always accurate, updated, complete and pertinent, Data Subjects are kindly requested to report any changes therein to the following e-mail address

3. Purposes of the processing

Personal data are processed by the Data Controller for the following purposes:

a) within the limits and only for the purposes to provide services accessible via the Site as well as to allow users to be acquainted with and examine in depth the activities, events and other, institutional and training, initiatives organised and carried out by the Data Controller;

b) even without the Data Subject’s consent within the limits permitted by the GDPR, to send communications containing information on the Data Controller and the activity organised by the Data Controller (such as invitations to conventions and events in general, including activities to manage the participation therein), as well as updates and/or legal/professional information material, such as, by way of example, in-depth analyses and updates on subjects concerning the activities carried out by the Data Controller.

The carrying out of the activities under letter a) above does not require the Data Subject’s consent, being the services or performances, in most cases, carried out at the direct request of the parties concerned pursuant to Section 6, paragraph 1.

The processing of Data for the purposes under letter b) above does not require the consent of the client, as Data Subject, being it necessary for the legitimate interest pursued by the Data Controller, pursuant to Section 6, paragraph 1, letter f) of the GDPR.

4. Provision of data and consequences in case of failure to provide data

The provision of personal data for the above purposes is optional and the failure to provide said data will have the only consequence to prevent the Data Controller from managing and processing the Data Subject’s requests or from sending the communications mentioned above.

5. Types of data processed

5.1. Navigation data

IT systems and software procedures set up for the correct functioning of this Site collect, during their normal operation, certain personal data, which are transmitted in the context of the use of Internet communication protocols.

Said data are not collected in order to be associated with identified persons, but may, on account of their nature, allow users to be identified through processing and associations with other data held by third parties.

This category of data includes IP addresses or the domain names of computers used by persons accessing the Site, URL (Uniform Resource Identifiers), the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the digital code indicating the state of the server’s response (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and to the user’s IT environment.

These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the Site and to verify its correct operation and are deleted immediately after processing. The data may be used to ascertain responsibility in the event of any IT crimes against the Site.

This category includes also data processed by using cookies. For such purpose, please see the provisions of the Cookie Policy drawn up by MDT Studio Legale

5.2.Data provided voluntarily by users or collected from third parties

The optional, explicit and voluntary submission of an email address as well as of the relevant message to the addresses indicated on this Site, as well as the transmission of messages through the published collection forms, results in the collection of the sender’s address and of other personal data that may be included in the request, which are necessary for responding to requests.

In addition to the foregoing, further personal data (such as personal details, data concerning professional activity, position and/or role within the company, contact details such as business and/or private telephone number, e-mail address) provided to the Data Controller or anyway collected by the Data Controller from third parties, will be processed by the Data Controller in compliance with this information notice and within the limits imposed by the GDPR.

6. Recipients and Categories of Recipients

Data will not be circulated or assigned to third parties unless with the consent of the Data Subject. Should disclosure to third party suppliers or partners of MDT Studio Legale be necessary for organisational or administrative requirements or to support the services provided, the Data Controller shall appoint said entities as processors pursuant to the GDPR.

It is understood that the personal data of Data Subjects may be freely disclosed to third parties, such as the police, whenever this is permitted by the law or required by an order or decision of a competent authority.

7. Transfer of Data to third countries

The data will not be transferred to third countries

8. Retention period

Personal data will be retained only as long as strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they had been collected and processed. Upon completion of the processing purpose, or in case of exercise of the right to object to the processing or withdrawal of the consent given, the Data Controller will be anyway entitled to further retain, in whole or in part, personal data for the purposes permitted by the GDPR (such as the need to enforce a right in court proceedings). 

9.1 Data Subjects have the rights provided for in Sections from 15 to 20 of the GDPR. By way of example, each Data Subject may:

a) obtain confirmation of the processing or non-processing of personal data concerning him or her;
b) if his or her data are being processed, obtain access to personal data and information relating to the processing as well as request a copy of the personal data;

c) obtain the rectification of inaccurate personal data and have incomplete personal data completed;

d) obtain the erasure of personal data concerning him or her where one of the grounds provided for by Section 17 of the GDPR applies;

e) obtain restriction of processing where one of the cases provided for by Section 18 of the GDPR applies;

f) receive personal data concerning him or her which he or she has provided to a controller in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable and interoperable format, and request their transmission to another controller, if technically feasible.

10.2. Each Data Subject shall have the right to object at any time to processing of his or her personal data carried out to pursue a legitimate interest of Data Controllers. In case of objection, his or her personal data will no longer be processed, unless legitimate reasons exist for the processing, which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the Data Subject or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

10.3. Where personal data are processed based on consent, each Data Subject has a right to withdraw at any time the consent given, without affecting the lawfulness of any processing based on said consent and carried out before the withdrawal. Consent may be withdrawn by writing an email to the address

10.4. With reference to the processing of personal data for the purposes under Section 3, letter e) the Data Controller may not ask for the Data Subject’s consent, provided that the latter has been duly informed and has not refused to allow such use, initially or during subsequent communications. Upon collection and in any communication sent for the purposes under this paragraph, the Data Subject will be informed of the possibility to object to the processing at any time, smoothly and free of charge.

10.5. Every Data Subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a Supervisory Authority if he or she considers that the processing of personal data relating to him or her infringes his or her rights under the GDPR, according to the methods set out on the website of the Supervisory Authority


This document has been drawn up by MDT Studio Legale, with registered office Piazza Camillo Benso Cavour, 3 Torino, tel. +39 011 814 1448, as data controller for the processing of personal data, pursuant to Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, collected during the navigation of the website (the “Site”).

Data Controller

The Data Controller is MDT Studio Legale (the “Data Controller”), with office in Piazza Camillo Benso Cavour, 3 Torino, tel. +39 011 814 1448, e-mail: The updated list of any data processors is available at the Controller’s offices.

Which cookies we use

This Site uses Technical Navigation or Session Cookies

Technical Navigation or Session Cookies are required for normal browsing within the Site and to properly use the relevant services. They are not stored in the user’s computer and expire when the browser session is closed.

This Site uses Google Analytics.

Google Analytics. is a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies, which are text files placed on the devices used by users in order to analyse how they use the Site. Anonymous and aggregate information generated by the cookie on how users use the Site will be transmitted to and stored in Google servers in the United States. Google will use such information for the purpose to track and examine the use of the Site, to compile reports on the Site activities for Site managers and to provide other services relating to the activities of the Site and to Internet use. In order to understand how Google cookies actually work, as well as to be able to refuse one’s consent to the use of such files, reference should be made to relevant information drawn up in such respect by Google, which can be found at the following

Giving consent

In line with the provisions of the legislation in force, when first accessing the Site (homepage or any other page thereof), MCT Studio Legale will ask for the user’s consent, pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 1, of the GDPR,  to send the cookies indicated above as follows:

  • clicking the “Accept” button or the “X” closing button in the banner that will be displayed;
  • clicking on any other element of the Site web page, even using the scroll, outside said banner;

For any other information, the user can consult the privacy policy of the Site


MDT Studio Legale is a Professione Partnership (Associazione di Professionisti) with registered office located at No. 3 Piazza Camillo Benso Cavour, 10123 Torino – VAT No. 12485240019

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