Marco Q. RossiAddress
Carnegie Office Park
Building 6, Suite 130
N. Bell Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15106

Telephone:  412.515.1425 (voice mail)
Telephone: 412.742.4477

Facsimile:  412.515.1515
Mobile: 216.536.1136
Skype: markvsanto

Practice Areas
Corporate and Business Law

International Business Law
Mergers and Acquisitions

Duquesne University (B.A., 1978)

Duquesne University (J.D., 1981)
University of Florence School of Law (European Community Law, 1982)
Georgetown University Law Center (LLM, International and Comparative Law, 1983)

Pennsylvania Bar Association

American Bar Association
International Bar Association
American Middle East Institute
Pittsburgh- Italy Alliance Association
Italy-American Chamber of Commerce

Mark V. Santo

Mark Santo is an accomplished global executive with an extensive career in both international business and law.

Mark is highly respected as a most trusted advisor, counsellor and business strategist and routinely works with CEO's and Founders of technology-centric businesses, fusing his executive management and legal experience into a powerful value-added advisory service.

He often serves in a variety of C-level roles, particularly with foreign based organizations seeking to establish operations in North America.

Mark previously served as General Counsel of the world’s leading industrial process automation groups, including Elsag Bailey Process Automation N.V. (now ABB) and the North American operating unit of Yokogawa Electric Corporation of Japan. In addition, Mark has served as President of  a U.S. operating unit of a European Embedded Computing Group.

He has led major mergers and acquisitions across the globe, participated in public offerings on the NYSE, NASDAQ as well as upon the European Continent.

He has led the entry into North America markets for clients in China, Germany, Italy, and Japan though foreign direct investment projects, joint ventures as well as strategic technology licenses Mark is also an Adjunct Professor of Global Business in the MBA program at Duquesne University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He also serves upon the Board of the American Middle East Institute and is a Co-Founder of the Western Pennsylvania Global Business Forum.