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Riccardo Loschi







Italian , English , Spanish


35, Rue de la Mairie
P.O. Box 6569
1211 Geneva 6


+41 58 105 2000

Riccardo Loschi joined LALIVE in 2020 as an associate. His main area of practice is international commercial and investment arbitration. He has acted in several cross-border litigation and international arbitration proceedings (UNCITRAL, ICSID, ICC, LCIA, and CAM Rules) involving financial, energy, corporate, and construction sectors.

Before joining LALIVE, Riccardo trained with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (2016-2017) and worked as an attorney at Cleary Gottlieb (2017-2019). Since August 2020, he is the managing editor of Columbia FDI Perspectives, a policy-oriented series published by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment.

Riccardo holds an Italian law degree from Bocconi University (summa cum laude), and an LL.M. from Columbia Law School (Parker Scholar, Fiske Stone Scholar). He also studied at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2014).

Public Interest as a Defence/Exception in the ISDS context

Riccardo Loschi, Fakhruddin Valika, 2020

In: Jus Mundi Concept Notes, July 2020

“Taming” Legal Privileges: An Analysis of the U.S. and Italian Law

Riccardo Loschi, 2019

In: 2 Trento Law Review, pp. 9-38, 2019

Corruzione dell’Arbitro e Strumenti di Tutela delle Parti [Corruption of Arbitrators and Parties’ Remedies]

Riccardo Loschi, 2019

In: 3 Rivista dell’Arbitrato, pp. 615-636, 2019

Opportunistic Exercise of Termination Rights: The Commodity Trade Case – An Analysis of English Contract Law and the CISG

Riccardo Loschi, 2017

In: 9 Bocconi Legal Papers, pp. 39-71, 2017