Studio Legale Pojaghi was born in Milan in 1964 with the beginning of the professional practice of Avv. Alberto Pojaghi, founder of the Firm, and was established as a Professional Association in 1992, with the entry into legal practice of Avv. Gianluca Pojaghi and Avv. Francesca Pojaghi.
As a boutique law firm, in 60 years of practice Studio Legale Pojaghi accrued a significant experience in the field of intellectual property, applied to music publishing and to the phonographic industry, also with reference to the very current topics of metaverse and artificial intelligence, as well as in the field of commercial and corporate law, for the continuing counseling and assistance rendered to its corporate clients, national and multinational.
Strong of its international vocation, as of January 2018 Studio Legale Pojaghi inaugurated the collaboration, in regime of organic correspondence, with the Law Firm Zschunke Avocats of Paris and Berlin, which in its turn also has offices in Turin and enriches itself with Studio Legale Pojaghi to increment its offer of professional legal assistance in Italy.
Studio Legale Pojaghi is also bound by organic correspondence with the Law Firm Studio Legale Zanelli of Savona and Genoa, with many years of professional experience in the field of banking law, corporate crisis law and civil forced executions.
In June 2022 Avv. Gianluca Pojaghi joined as Of Counsel the newly established Copyright section of the Franzosi Dal Negro Setti, an historical Milanese firm specialized in Intellectual Property, while as of January 2024, he brings his experience to the service of the new Department of Industrial and Intellectual Property of the offices of Lexsential in Milan.
The Partners of Studio Legale Pojaghi are members of several international organizations of lawyers, to the works of which they regularly participate: International Association of Jurists of Italian Language (AIGLI), International Literary and Artistic Association (ALAI), Arbitrando – the association for a more efficient justice, European Center of Arbitration and Mediation (CEAM), and Union of Catholic Jurists of Milan (UGC).