• Corporate & Commercial
  • Dispute Resolution

Eleonora is an Associate Solicitor at BOS’ London offices and specialises in Litigation and Dispute Resolution.

Eleonora has represented clients in local and international disputes in the High Court and Commercial Court. She also specialises in Intellectual Property and has acted on a number of high-profile civil cases. She has accrued a high level of experience working on trademark and defamation disputes as well as freezing injunctions in the UK.

Eleonora takes a pragmatic and commercial approach to disputes and demonstrates a strong level of expertise through thorough analysis of the risks, costs and benefits of litigating, before taking a case to court. She has successfully taken part in ‘without prejudice’ meetings and informal negotiations, in order to secure settlements for her clients both before and after proceedings have been issued. Eleonora considers the best possible outcome and the practical means to achieve this. Eleonora demonstrates strong personability and assists clients with the utmost enthusiasm, support and guidance.

Before joining BOS in 2019, Eleonora was studying for her LLB in European Legal Studies from the University of Westminster. During this time, Eleonora undertook an exchange year at Université Paris-Nanterre. She took her LPCs at the University of Law, qualifying in 2021. Italian by birth and British by education, Eleonora is fluent in Italian, English, French and Spanish.

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