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Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale was founded in 2001 by partners Manuela Cavallo and Francesco Portolano. The firm’s activity is mainly focused on the corporate/M&A sector and the media industry.
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Articoli della categoria “Labour and Employment”

Mar 2

Significant changes to improve the Italian labour market: economic benefits and new rules on dismissal of new hires

The reform of the Italian labour market Economic benefits of new hiring New rules on dismissal Change of dismissal procedure and introduction of the fast and simplified conciliation agreement New rules on consulting and cooperation agreements Final considerations The reform of the Italian labour market The reform known as the Jobs Acts, implemented by several… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment
Nov 21

Italian managers and collective redundancy: the European Court of Justice extends collective redundancy procedure to dirigenti

The decision of the European Court of Justice The amendments provided by Legge Europea 2013-bis Indennità di mobilità  The decision of the European Court of Justice The European Court of Justice, in its decision of 13 February 2013 (C 596/2012), declared that Italian Law no. 223 of 23 July 1991 regulating collective redundancy was not… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment
Sep 24

Italy: Recent Provisions on Job On-Call Agreement

Legal Framework Law No. 92/2012 (the “Law”) – entered into force on July 18, 2012 – introduces significant changes to job on-call regulations, set forth in detail by the Ministry of Labor in order No. 20/2012 . Job on-call is a type of employment relationship in which an employee makes himself or herself available to… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment
Sep 17

Is it lawful to remotely monitor employees’ work activities through the use of surveillance systems?

Italian legal framework The acquisition and use of personal data from workplace surveillance systems is currently unregulated in Italy. Article 134 of Legislative Decree no. 196 (June 30, 2003), “Personal data protection Code” (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”) states only that the Data Protection Authority (hereinafter, “the Authority”) supports the introduction of a code of professional conduct… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment
Jul 27

Italian Labour Reform: New Provisions on Regulating Resignation and Termination by Mutual Consent

• Introduction • New provisions on regulating Resignation and Termination by Mutual Consent • Sanctions • Conclusion   Introduction The Law June 28, 2012 no. 92 (the “Law”) – in force since July 18, 2012 – has modified several aspects of working relationship. The Law introduces provisions that regulate Resignation and Termination by Mutual Consent… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment, Start up
Jul 20

Reform of the Italian Labour Market

The reform of the Italian labour market – known as Riforma Fornero from the name of the involved Ministry of Labour and Welfare – has been enacted as law no. 92 of June 28, 2012 (the “Law”) and is in force since July 18, 2012. The key elements of the Law are new rules on: (i) temporary employment agreements and other contractual arrangements aimed at avoiding abuses and to improve the flexibility of the labour market; (ii) termination of the employment relationship, restricting reinstatement to certain specific cases of unfair or unjustified dismissal and simplifying the relevant proceedings before the labour courts… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment, Start up