Andrea Stefanelli

Andrea Stefanelli is the co-founder and co-owner of the Stefanelli&Stefanelli Law Firm, and a lawyer authorised to practise before the Italian Court of Cassation. He is expert in administrative law, particularly in public contracts regarding works, supplies and services, as well as concessions and conventions.

Andrea Stefanelli is a lecturer in a number of courses, seminars and masters in the field of procurement organized on national territory by organizations such as: Sole 24Ore Business School, ANIE - Confindustria, ROGA, Villa Umbra Public Administration School, F.A.R.E. (Federazione Economi e Provveditori della Sanità).

He is the author of numerous publications concerning procurement law, and collaborates regularly with trade magazines, such as “Teme”, a magazine with a focus on health organizations from an administrative point of view.

Recent Publications


Payback on medical devices: changes in the Italian regulatory framework

Payback on M.D.'s: after the failure to extend revision-pricing regulations to supplies, yet another slap in the face from the government is coming for Medical Device companies ... Let's get ready for a war !!!

Can one apply procedures for remedying deficiencies to Public-Private Partnerships awarded to private companies upon public evidence? Evidently not, considering their nature

The Port Authority of Eastern Sicily published a call for bids to receive proposals of Public-Private Partnerships, but subsequently decided to withdraw it. At that point a company that in the meantime had responded to the call, contested the fact that the Port Authority could withdraw it without being obliged to evaluate the received proposal that, at that point, had become for all intents and purposes a PPP awarded to a private company upon public evidence ex art. 183, paragraph 15, Legislative Decree no. 50/2016. The Government then proceeded to evaluation of the presented project, but deposed that it should be excluded due to the lack of deposition of a “project of technical and economic feasibility as required” by the code of tenders.