Invited Overseas Researchers | Matteo Dragoni

Matteo Dragoni  
Ph.D.; LL.M.; Attorney at Law
Research Fellow, University of Pavia

 Visiting Term

22 August 2016 - 19 November 2016

 Research Theme

“Comparative Patent Eligibility with a Focus on Software Patents”


J.D. (Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza), University of Pavia, 2010;
Research Fellow, University of Pavia, since 2010;
Ph.D., University of Macerata, 2014;
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Pavia, 2015;
Fulbright Scholar and Michael Vinciguerra Fellow, Stanford University, 2015-2016;
LL.M. in Law, Science and Technology, Stanford University, 2016.

Dr. Dragoni has worked both as an academic and as an attorney (Italian Bar Exam passed in 2013; New York Bar Exam passed in 2016). His scholarship and professional interests are focused on International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law, Law and New Technologies, International Law and International Trade, International Arbitration.
He has advised big corporations as well as start-up companies on said themes and has spoken both in national and international conferences about them.


[Selected English Publications]

  • • G.F. Colombo, M. Dragoni, The Legal Protection of Software in Japan – an Original Model?, in G. Bellantuono, F.T. De Rezende Lara, Law, Development and Innovation, Springer, 2015
  • • G. Crespi Reghizzi, M. Dragoni, Class Action and Arbitration in Italy, in P. Billiet (ed. by), Class Arbitration in the European Union, Antwerpen, 2013
  • • M. Dragoni, Biosimilars regulation between safety and economic concerns: a comparative analysis, Pavia, Pavia University Press, 2012, pp. 73-89.