Guglielmo Troiano

With a technical background coming from being an IT Analyst for several years before practicing law, he has an in-depth expertise in civil and commercial law focused on copyright, industrial property and privacy law especially in the field of information technology. After Law Degree at University of Milan he has started his training as lawyer in preeminent law firms across Europe and he has got a Master in Internet Law at University of Padua.
Currently advises companies, mostly software houses and ISPs, regarding civil liability, IP negotiation, ICT contracts, competition, trademarks, domain names, data protection (privacy) and IT security, on both transactional and litigation aspects.

Also he cooperate with some associations that deal with IT security (Oracle Community for Security, Cloud Security Alliance Italy Chapter). He often writes scientific articles (Opensource.com, Ciberspazio e Diritto, Diritto e Giustizia, LeggiOggi, ICT4Executive).

From 2009 to 2014 he worked as scholar at University of Milan, chair of Legal Informatics, where he did lectures for students and attendees of Post-Graduate Course in Digital Forensics, Privacy, Cloud e Cyber Warfare (edition 2014).

During his professional experience he has been part of important lawsuits (above all Microsoft vs. European CommissionCase T/201-04 before European Court of Justice) and he has worked on complex projects on Privacy compliance.

Last but not least, he has a strong attitude for legal issues of free and open source software.