Our work team is made up of over three hundred professionals, including the world’s leading experts in the sector.
We undertake assignments with regard to the evaluation of illegal anticompetitive practices as well as the sale and placement of investment products.
We support our clients in all phases of the compensation, starting from the collection of necessary documentation, up to negotiation and eventually litigation.
We fund complex and high-value disputes for which the damaged party does not wish or cannot bear the costs necessary for recovery.
We bring to our clients the expertise, skills and experience of those who invented the cartel compensation market.
Our partners have over thirty years of extraordinary track record in the sector, having dealt with the most relevant cases in the United States and Europe, and over twenty years of experience in litigation funding.
Our commercial network is made up of 250 high-profile consultants, organised in 11 offices throughout the Italian territory.
Libra constantly monitors the latest provisions and the ongoing investigations of the Antitrust Authorities, seeking for new cases that could affect the Italian market.
Thanks to our international network of partners and affiliated offices, we provide access to justice to Italian companies damaged by foreign suppliers, which can claim compensation in all European and US jurisdictions.
We favor high-profile confidential negotiations, representing groups of buyers with the aim of obtaining fair compensation, without compromising the supply relationship, restoring, thus, trust in the supply chain.
Only in case of need, we proceed to court, hence hiring the best specialists in the sector, with no costs and risks for the damaged party.
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