Massimiliano Granieri (Palestrina, 1973) is Associate Professor of Comparative Private Private Law and Professor of Economic Analysis of Law at the University of Foggia Law School, where he is also in charge on Chancellor’s behalf for on-campus technology transfer activities and university/industry relationships.
After graduating in Law at LUISS Guido Carli (summa cum laude), he earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) at the University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall) and the Ph.D. in Comparative Law at the University of Florence. In 2002 the Nuffield College of Oxford awarded Prof. Granieri of the Jemolo Fellowship.
Massimiliano Granieri worked for the Office of Technology Transfer, Office of the President, University of California (Oakland) and he has been among the contributors to the start up of Torino Wireless, the first Italian technological district, where he has been Head of the Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Department since 2003. He is vice president of MI.TO. Technology and board member of Netval and ARTI Puglia.
Massimiliano Granieri has been consulting for the European Patent Academy of the European Patent Office and he is currently member of the European IP Expert Group of DG Enterprise of the European Commission. Massimiliano has published intesively in the field of intellectual property, technology transfer, antitrust, economic analysis of law.