Eugenio practices as a lawyer in Rome in the fields of IT/IP, telecom, media and competition law since 1998 and, since 2004, works as a partner of independent firm “Prosperetti e Associati” after some years as associate of Baker & McKenzie (Rome office) and as a partner of “Portolano, Colella, Cavallo, Prosperetti”. He is mentioned in Chamber&Partners guide as one of the leading individuals in Italy for the IT field.
He teaches “Legal Aspects of Information Technology” in the School of Law of Rome “LUISS Guido Carli” University and has previously been a lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering of Rome “Sapienza” University and in the Faculty of Economics of Siena University.
He has been part of several Government Bodies studying digital copyright and e-government regulations, including the Technical Advisory Board of the Italian Minister of Communications (2006-2007), the New Technologies Commission of the Government Copyright Committe, the ISBUL (Ultrabroadband Study Group) of Italian Communications Authority and the Permanent Committee on Innovation and Digital Agenda of the Italian Government (2014-2016).
He holds a Ph.D. in Commercial Law (2004, Rome Tor Vergata School of Economics) which he obtained with a dissertation on the regulatory and licensing aspects of software.
He is the author of a monography on “Regulation and Market of Digital Works” (2013, Giappichelli) and has written several scientific articles on the subject of digital copyright, privacy law, cloud computing regulation and, recently, on digital identity and digital documents in E-government policies.