A unique, inter/transdisciplinary approach to business law and science & technology law

1.”BUSINESS LAW”
WE SPEAK THE LANGUAGE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

We place the legal matter & conflict at the center,
anticipating and defusing wherever possible.
We build interdisciplinary legal reasoning
around entrepreneurial economic theory,
regardless of the traditional boundaries of legal disciplines
and specific compliance & regulatory fields.

Our full service approach
results in end-to-end support covering virtually any business activity,
from corporate to administrative law, from labour to antitrust,
from intellectual property to the swarm of regulatory & compliance frameworks
investing the world of businesses

FOUR REASONS TO CHOOSE P&S

1. → A business perspective of legal issues
– Not just lawyers –
We are also business economists,
with a remarkable legal skillset

2. → We perfectly blend legal advice and business strategy

We decode legal issues in terms of
business consequences & strategic decisions
for a specific business model, carefully studied and understood in every detail

3. → Geopolitical and geoeconomic insight

4. → Analytical thinking, risk management and foresight



2. “SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY”
LEADING THE WAY

We’re NOT full-time general practice lawyers,
who incidentally deal with environmental, health or technology matters.

No. We are business lawyers, experts in the regulation of science by law.
We boast advanced masters and higher education schools specializing in matters that lie at the intersection of law and natural & applied sciences.

Uninterrupted longstanding experience in these areas
has enabled us to guide our clients
in managing SciTech risks & corresponding strategic opportunities.

WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE P&S LEGAL?

Legal services involving biolaw, environmental law and emerging technologies involve peculiar issues,
related to highly specialised topics and regulatory frameworks,
which are not part of the traditional lawyer’s repertoire of expertise.

These areas of law present many risks for the uninitiated,
as is the case for biotechnology & nanotechnology, environment and sustainability, medical sciences, robotics
and broadly speaking, any scientifically-intensive matter.