Contacts

Addresses

"Zagamilaw" in 2021 has offices, branches and representatives currently in Italy, in United States, in United Kingdom and in Singapore.

If you would like to have more information and/or directly entrust our International Law Firm and/or our Network Service Company for the management of a legal case or a legal practice abroad or in Italy, we kindly request that you first send us an email to the address

info@zagamilaw.com

We have the pleasure to dedicate ourselves only to concrete requests and we want to avoid both spam that for years has filled the email boxes of our individual offices and the phone calls made by commercial sellers. You will be immediately contacted to be redirected to the competent office and the most appropriate professional of ZagamiLaw and we will also provide you the email addresses, the telephone numbers and the video conference contact of each office.

It should be noted that in times of pandemic any appointment will be fixed in video conference in respect for everyone’s health and in compliance with the smart working standards currently operating throughout the civilized world in medium and large-sized structures. If it is necessary to arrange a physical meeting at one of our offices, a notice of at least 15 days is kindly requested, compatibly with the current restrictions on Covid-19 in order to organize the necessary health protocols in time. Only and exclusively in cases of absolute emergency you can contact us during office hours at +39.06.5750937 which corresponds to our operational headquarters in Rome.

Much emphasized, the lawyer Zagami is available throughout Italy and also in the United Kingdom, the United States or Singapore. And the “ZagamiLaw International Law Firm” abroad is also always represented by its “Of Counsel”, in particular in:

  • LONDON – Attorney Francesco Meduri
  • NEW YORK – Attorney Fernando Koatz
  • CONNECTICUT – Lawyer Lorenzo Agnoloni
  • FLORIDA – Dominick Graziano and Valerio Spinaci Lawyers
  • SINGAPORE – Lawyer Bruno De Stefano