Studio Legale Mordiglia started its activity in 1950 and first established itself in the field of shipping, transport and insurance law, quickly becoming one of leading maritime law firms in Italy. Besides the firm’s traditional role as legal correspondent for P&I clubs, which is still the feather in its cap, it also manages major issues for ship owners, ship brokers, carriers and insurance companies.
The firm played a major role in some of the biggest marine casualties of the past years, such as Patmos, Espresso Trapani, Haven, Moby Prince, Erika, Susan Borchard, Costa Concordia and, last but certainly not least, Norman Atlantic.
The expertise gained through experience and acquired knowledge has led the firm to expand its activity to other fields such as air, rail and road transportation, logistics, passenger and cruise ships, ship construction and ship finance.
In 2006 a branch was opened in Milan and the firm further diversified its activity to include international trade and commodities, customs law, environmental law and antitrust.