On Tuesday 14 November, the Milan Chapter of Group of the CoE Alumni Association organized a round table entitled “Ceta&Chips – Food between Innovation and the Precautionary Principle in the post-EXPO legacy”.
The event was kindly hosted by the Milan Office of Cleary Gottlieb Law Firm and was animated by three prominent discussants: Alberto Alemanno, Professor at HEC Paris/NYU and founder of “The Good Lobby”, Marco Gualtieri, founder and CEO of Global Food Innovation Summit “Seeds&Chips” and Francesco Rocchetti, Researcher at the Center for Business Scenarios at Italy’s leading think tank ISPI.
Panelists passionately discussed current and prospect situation of food innovation and relevant trade-related issues, with particular emphasis on the Canada-EU Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). An engaging Q&A session led to an informal gathering.
With thirty-five attendees, this event marks a milestone in the activities of the newly launched Alumni Chapter of Milan. The Anciens of the Italian Regional Group would like to thank the Cleary Gottlieb Law Firm, and particularly those CG Anciens that were involved in the organization, for their contribution to a successful event.
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