Dr. Marilena Bacci is licensed to practice law in Italy and Germany; she is admitted to the Law Bar Association in Bolzano (I) and Frankfurt am Main (D).
The focus of her legal practice lies in representing German, Italian and international companies in and out of court in transport, shipping and logistic law as well as insurance law. Furthermore, she is active in tort, liability and indemnity law (in particular damages arising from product liability and recall actions).
Furthermore, she provides legal assistance to private individuals in cases of personal or property damage and financial losses (i.a. 4th EU Motor Insurance Directive). She also rapresents insurer.
She is a specialist in out-of-court settlements. Clients are represented before both Italian and German courts in civil and commercial disputes, IPR and EU law.
She is a member of the Frankfurt Bar Association, DAV, in particular the Working Group for Transport Law; DGTR, Working Group "Junge Anwälte-NewKammer", which belongs to the NewKammer Department of the Frankfurt Bar Association.
She is member of the board of the Frankfurter Bar Association.
She is frequent speaker a/o moderator in Seminars on comparative law, especially in the German-Italian relations.
Language skills: Italian, German, English and French
April-Sept. 2001 foreign delegate of the CNF (Italian National Bar Association) in Brussels, in collaboration with the BRAK
Since April 2007 works with DOLCE • LAUDA
Since 2008 fiduciary lawyer of i.a. ADAC, German legal protection insurers as well as insurer
2011 intesive course for mediation in Italy
2012 Course for German specialized lawyers in insurance law
2015 and 2016 Italian Course "Expert in logistics and transport of goods"
2017/18 Course for German specialized lawyers in transport law
2019/20 Course for Contract Manager in Transport and Logistics (BVL Certification, Germany)
2020 MasterBreve "Il Danno alla persona patrimoniale e non patrimoniale. Criteri risarcitori e tecnica di redazione atti"
(Italian Action for damages for personal injuries and