He's founding partner of Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati law firm.
He deals exclusively with criminal law.
His long career has ofted been dedicated to the defense of people charged with conspiracy, both political and common; among the first, in the seventies, he represented people prosecuted for belonging to "Brigate Rosse" and "Prima Linea" associations; among the latter, he defended members of the "n'drangheta", a kind of mafia association, especially in Piedmont.
He's partner of Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati law firm since 1993.
He deals exclusively with criminal law cases, with special reference to professional liabilities, economics criminal laws, intellectual property rights, crimes involved with IT and new technologies, defense of privacy and personal data.
Since the early nineties, he has been harangued in the Courts main issues related to file sharing (the famous case on the download - Cass. Pen. 149/07- and the case Peppermint) and ISP liability (he was member of the defense team in the Google vs. Vividown case), so that he has acquired a concrete experience in the field about criminal aspects of the legislation on copyright and ITC laws.
He contributes with some on-line journals, with the paper magazine "Diritto dell'Informazione e dell'Informatica", published by the Calamandrei Foundation and he edited with the publishing houses Giappichelli, UTET Giurdica, Egea ed Aracne.
He has a personal blog on ilPOST.
He's fellow of NEXA Center for Internet & Society at the Politecnico di Torino.
He sit as a speaker in numerous conferences on topics related to new technologies.
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She is partner of Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati law firm since 2001.
Her professional career, dedicated exclusively to criminal matters, concerns data protection, criminal law related to new technologies and, more generally, criminal implications of family law and bankruptcy. From a criminal procedure point of view, she specializes in digital and biometric forensics.
She's member of the IT Commission of the Turin Bar Association and because of this role she works with the Court of Torino on the implementation of the digitalization of the criminal proceeding.
She's the scientific coordinator and also teacher of a private training course for lawyers' state licensing exam, organized with the contribution of the training company Convenia S.r.l.
She's fellow of NEXA Center for Internet & Society at Politecnico of Torino.
She writes papers and case notes with the online journals Medialaws.eu, ICTSecurityMagazine, ForumPA and IlProcessoTelematico.it; she edited with the publishing houses Egea, Giappichelli, Springer, UTET Giuridica and Aracne.
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Chiara Moroni graduated with honors in February 2008 at the Faculty of law at the University of Turin. She worked for two years as lawyer trainee at the Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati and as a result she passed the Bar examination obtaining the licence to practice law. She is enrolled in the Turin Bar Association Register since 10.18.2011.
She collaborates with the legal firm about cases relating to criminal law and she is specialized in appeals against administrative penalties (in particular opposition to verbal contestation of the Highway Code violations).
Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati is a law firm specialized in crime law founded in 1991 in Turin.
In addition to traditional areas of criminal law, since the mid ninety the law firm has been gradually specialized in the new technologies criminal law: from lacerations of copyright and intellectual property generated by the spread of digital content, to the protection of new rights on the Internet, first and foremost the data protection.
With the lawyers Blengino and Senor the law firm worked on some of the leading case of the network, and it actually assists corporations and service providers of the ICT society
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