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Portolano Cavallo concentra la propria attività nel settore TMT sin dalla sua nascita nel 2001 ed è ora riconosciuto come lo studio legale italiano leader in questo settore.
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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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Jun 4

E-Competitions Antitrust Case Laws e-Bulletin

On 20 December 2017, the Italian Competition Authority (or “ICA”) issued a rare infringement decision in an abuse of dominance investigation against the publisher of a local daily newspaper (“SIE”), which refused to deal with a player (the “complainant” or “Euregio”) in the downstream local market for daily media intelligence services. SIE publishes L’Adige, a… continued

Article added to: Regulatory, Antitrust
May 10

DUE DILIGENCE AUTOMATION: TIME TO TAKE STOCK

INTRODUCTION Our firm has recently celebrated the first anniversary of the implementation of a due-diligence [1] automation platform, which through the use of artificial intelligence [2] and machine learning [3] technologies, classifies and organizes documents by type of contract, governing law, language and various other criteria. We are writing this note to share thoughts on… continued

May 8

Plateformes numériques: des employeurs (pas) comme les autres?

Cet article a d’abord été publié dans Le Petit Journal Uber, Deliveroo, Foodora, Airbnb, on ne compte plus les plateformes de mise en relation par voie électronique entre un client et un  travailleur facturant une prestation de service. Le phénomène se développe partout où l’on peut trouver une connexion internet.  Les enjeux socio-juridiques en France… continued

Article added to: French Desk, Labour and Employment
Mar 28

A new dawn for the ISP’s liability in Italy?

This article was first published on MediaLaws website With a landmark decision, the Court of Appeals of Rome clarifies ISP liability’s boundaries for libelous contents online. If no order is issued by the competent administrative or judicial authority there cannot be any liability under the provisions of the Legislative Decree no. 70 of 2003 that implemented in Italy… continued

Article added to: Internet, E-Commerce