Marzano Lawyers PLLC’s commercial practice group performs and give advice on New York and Italian commercial transactions and real property conveyances in New York and Italy.  We can help you to have your particular agreement or transaction stated fully, clearly, and in the manner that is best calculated to promote and protect your interests. We also perform transnational transactions and acquisitions that require expertise in both U.S. and Italian law.

In particular, we negotiate, prepare, and analyze business contracts, partnership agreements and other operating agreements, franchise agreements, commercial leases, real property sales and transfers, tenancy-in-common agreements, agreements to own land in New York and Italy, sales of assets, sales of stock, secured obligations, employment agreements, and various other kinds of commercial arrangements.


Marzano Lawyers PLLC’s commercial practice group handles cross-border transactions that raise issues under both U.S. and Italian law. We also help our clients to conduct business and acquire property and make investments in Italy and the United States. We handle such matters with superior knowledge of both legal systems and an unsurpassed ability to anticipate and address the issues that are unique to such transactions, which we perform in both English and Italian. If you wish to conduct business or own land in Italy, or if you have a cross-border matter, we can help you to accomplish your goals.

We are a full service international commercial real estate law firm that can assist you with a wide range of real estate matters in New York and Italy from the purchase of raw land to the sale of a developed property and everything in between. We can help you take your project from start to finish.

If you are considering buying, selling, leasing, or investing in commercial real estate property in New York or Italy you should consult our firm to ensure that your transaction is structured in the most beneficial way.

Our firm assists client with the following commercial real estate issues in the United States and Italy:

  • Purchase and sale of real property
  • Construction (new construction and renovation projects)
  • Financing
  • Approvals
  • Leases
  • Mortgage issues
  • Foreclosure and eminent domain matters
  • Landlord/tenant matters
  • Entitlements