T&P Magazine

Legitimate dismissal (for poor performance) only if the employee is informed in advance of the requirements to be met

(By Enrico Vella, Trifirò & Partners Law Firm) With Ordinance No. 24722/2022 of 11.8.2022, the Supreme Court of Cassation, ruling on the legitimacy of a dismissal imposed for poor performance,…
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The dismissal of probationary workers: between discretion and burden

(Court of Milan, 22 June 2022, no. 1638) Labour Law (case followed by Andrea Beretta) An employee hired with a part-time contract and dismissed during the probationary period, challenged the…
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The new world of work is still to be established

As has been effectively said, the future (or present) of the world of work - a consequence of economic and organisational transformations due to the pandemic - is a hybrid…
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The trust, an instrument enabling generational transition in business

By Vittorio Provera and Rebecca Pala The issue of the generational handover of businesses and assets is relevant in an advanced economic context such as the Italian one, with the…
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An overview of remote working

by Anna Minutolo Remote working (or agile working) is a mode of execution characterised by the absence of hourly or spatial constraints, through an organisation with stages, cycles and objectives…
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Commitment and Engagement: New Retention Levers for HR Strategy

There has been much discussion in recent months about the Great Resignation phenomenon  which has revealed a constant increase in resignations in many sectors, including in the Italian labour market.…
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The importance of the company Code of Ethics to protect the environment

Mariapaola Rovetta Lawyer The company Code of Ethics governs many aspects of company life. The rules included in it have the purpose of guaranteeing values ??such as equality, fairness, confidentiality,…
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New Applications for Remote Controls

by Federico Manfredi and Rebecca Pala Remote working has revealed itself to be a revolution in the methods of execution and management of the employment relationship, destined to stabilize on…
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Agreements to stop resignations

by Stefano Trifirò – Corriere Economia, 04/04/2022 Since the beginning of the pandemic there has been an increase in resignations, especially from young people who are in search of a…
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Remote Working: the extension arrives, but individual contracts remain relevant

By Federico Manfredi and Rebecca Pala. °°° The "Reopening Decree", among the many innovations aimed at phasing out the emergency period, unexpectedly arranged for the extension of the special rules…
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Armoured employment contracts for banks and asset management companies

In a market constantly looking for talents, contracts are becoming more and more complex. Jacopo Moretti - Partner, Trifirò & Partners Law Firm Dynamism, it is the main feature of…
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smart working

Legal framework for remote working to be written

by Stefano Trifirò As has been effectively said, the future (and present) of the world of work is a hybrid of the real world and the virtual world. The lockdowns…
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New rules on work performance in the company?

by Stefano Trifirò The hoped-for end of the pandemic, at least in countries where the vaccination rollout and distancing measures have gone beyond all best expectations, is on the horizon.…
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Mobility Manager

The Mobility Manager

by Mariapaola Rovetta In a historical moment like the present one, we know that the scenario in terms of employment are not the rosiest, due to the effects of the…
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Anti-vax Workers

How Can Employers Deal with Anti-vax Workers?

by Stefano Trifiro’ September 2021 “The spontaneous decision of an employee not to get vaccinated could lead to his suspension from work, in cases of impossibility of assignment to a…
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Despite the high uptake of the Green Pass, the virus is still circulating

by Stefano Trifirò The obligations provided for by Legislative Decree No. 127/2021 regarding the Green Pass in the workplace must be applied by all subjects involved in its control system…
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Latest Court decisions on Covid in the workplace

by Stefano Trifirò Already a few months ago, I faced the issue of the possible consequences for unvaccinated workers in the company, focusing on the one hand, the need for…
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Employee Privacy in Companies

by Stefano Trifirò In the race between prevention and contagion to stop the Delta variant from taking over, our Premier has said that everything still needs to be tackled with…
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Company, Social, Responsibility

By Mariapaola Rovetta Sustainable development and social responsibility are becoming increasingly important within companies. By adopting sustainable lifestyles, companies can benefit from numerous advantages also in terms of competitiveness. “Working…
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Giacinto Favalli (lawyer): “To restart the labour market, social dialogue will be crucial in identifying effective active labour policies”

To investigate aspects of how the new labour market will present itself after the pandemic, the Economic and Social Observatory Restart Italy met with Giacinto Favalli, Managing Partner of Trifirò…
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Freezing layoffs limits (in Spain) the freedom of enterprise

by Salvatore Trifirò While a recent order of the Labour Court of Rome (February 26, 2021) extends the prohibition on dismissals for objective reasons as per Law 24 April 2020,…
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Artificial intelligence and robots will streamline justice

by Stefano Trifirò The EU is moving to implement, with the use of artificial intelligence and robotics, the digitisation of public administrations and judicial offices. The goal is to make…
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Starting off the new year in the name of social responsibility

By Mariapaola Rovetta   Understanding and maintaining social responsibility is required by companies and professional firms. It is true that in the last ten years there have been more and…
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Fired Boban wins lawsuit with €5.375 million in compensation

Corriere della Sera, 31/12/2020 There was no "just cause" in Milan's dismissal of Zvonimir Boban. This is what the Court of Milan decided, which awarded the former manager, represented by…
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Remote Working or Plato’s Cave? The importance of an effective HR strategy

by Federico Manfredi - Forbes, October 23 2020 Remote working has been at the centre of media attention for months, becoming a matter of discussion across almost all industrial and…
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Unclear rules, disputes on the way

by Valeria De Lucia If in the next few months there is no concrete revival of the economy and a full recovery of business activity - says the labour lawyer…
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The potential of remote working to have individual agreements

by Salvatore Trifirò – Il Sole 24 Ore, 01/09/2020   During the 80s in Italy, some enterprising entrepreneurs so-called atypical forms of autonomous work (pony express and door-to-door sales) were…
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Sustainability and ethics in the current work environment

by Mariapaola Rovetta   Before the Covid-19 health emergency we were dealing with the issue of sustainability. The topic is now more relevant than ever and extends to new situations…
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Remote working: there is a flip side as well

By: Mariapaola Rovetta   Here we are at the end of the lockdown, but not the health emergency concerning the spread of Covid-19. Now a hot topic that has become…
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The Workers’ Statute, Yesterday and Today

May 19, 2020 published in Labour Law By Salvatore Trifirò, Founder of Trifirò & Partners Law Firm   In the 25th year since the creation of the Workers’ Statute, I…
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Social Innovation – Digital Transformation: smart working also works for lawyers

by Giovanni Luchetti  The emergency arising from the Coronavirus has allowed Italy to discover the potentially positive side of a practice that is still viewed with ‘suspicion’: that of remote…
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Newsletter April 2020

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Remote working: what does it really mean?

by Stefano Trifirò   Just over a week has passed since the Prime Ministerial Decree of 11 March 2020 expressly made a recommendation on the maximum use by companies of…
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Public service announcement – Trifirò & Partners professional activity

Trifirò & Partners law firm would like to inform you that in accordance with the latest legal provisions, professional activity will continue in compliance with the following methods: remote working…
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Parent company not liable for acts of their subsidiaries

(Court of Appeal of L’Aquila 13 March 2019) by Bonaventura Minutolo and Francesco Torniamenti Two policyholders had contracted some policies with an insurance company that had not fulfilled the subsequent…
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Dignity Decree: Reflections on Autonomy and Subordination

by Stefano Trifirò and Federico Manfredi In recent months there has been debate about labour stability, which the Dignity Decree intends to focus on in the face of flexibility that…
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Supermarket 4.0: implications and opportunities

by Vittorio Provera The opening of some supermarkets ("Amazon GO" brand) in the United States have recently been reported by the press to have only the presence of employees, at…
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Computer evidence can be acquired in court even without guarantee of its authenticity

(Brescia Tribunal, 30 July 2019) The judgment of the Brescia Court, which concerns a dismissal for theft of products owned by the employer company, offers the opportunity to make some…
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Tax contribution

Tax and social security contributions

The reduction of tax and social security contributions are some of the objectives which the government is working on. But just as intervention of the “tax wedge” is being structured, which…
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2019 Best law firms – the research of Il Sole 24 Ore

The Italian law market is polarized: on one side, there are the big law firms which make up around 5-6 thousand lawyers (slightly less than 3% of the total), but…
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Plurijus 2019

The Plurijus yearly meeting 2019, the network of European legal firm which Trifirò and Partners is one of the founders

The Plurijus yearly meeting 2019, the network of European legal firm which Trifirò and Partners is one of the founders, was held in Firenze, 30/5-01 Jun 2019, managed by our…
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Plurijus 2019

Artificial intelligence in business and liability of the company

It is already notorious that nowadays artificial intelligence can manage a wide range of aspects of a company.In this context, the most obvious critical aspects are evident when artificial intelligence…
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Plurijus 2019

The Court of Appeals of Milan clarified again the importance of distinguishing indirect from direct commissions due to an agent from a principal

Case reviewed by Stefano Trifirò and Mariapaola Rovetta The Court of Appeals of Milan clarified again the importance of distinguishing indirect from direct commissions due to an agent from a…
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Plurijus 2019

Limits to the use of private investigators for monitoring employees who work outside the company

Case reviewed by Marina Olgiati Court of Florence, 18 January 2019, n. 51 The case examined by the Court concerned the dismissal of an employee who carried out his job…
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Do you use Facebook at work? You risk your job (for real)

Do you use Facebook at work? You risk your job (for real) By Stefano Trifirò  Cases of dismissal for having published photos or comments on Facebook, or because cameras took…
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Claim of responsibility against managing director of private limited company

Claim of responsibility against managing director of private limited company By Stefano Trifirò and Federico Manfredi Following the reform of corporate law of 2003 a large number of company even…
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Robot at new work place

Robot at new work place By Stefano Trifirò John Nasbitt the scholar of international fame invented the term of globalisation 30 years ago. His book “Mind Set” suggests the mental…
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The Constitutional Court ruled on the constitutionality of the Job Act

The Constitutional Court ruled on the constitutionality of the Job Act related to the scaled protection raised by the employment Tribunal of Rome By Stefano Trifirò Last September 2018 the…
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Recording of conversations and the use of CCTV at the workplace: rights and duties

Recording of conversations and the use of CCTV at the workplace: rights and duties The Supreme Court gave guidelines about vocal recordings and CCTV at the workplace without the permission…
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The point on digital advertising, influencer marketing: respect for the principles of recognition

The point on digital advertising, influencer marketing: respect for the principles of recognition By Vittorio Provera Many important companies operating in the various sectors of the economy adhere to the…
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The recording of conversations and videos at the workplace: disciplinary behaviour or legitimate exercise of the right of defense?

The recording of conversations and videos at the workplace: disciplinary behaviour or legitimate exercise of the right of defense? By Antonio Cazzella With two judgments of May 2018, the Supreme…
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Publication of the legislative decree of harmonization to the GDPR: news on labour, sanctions and small and medium-sized enterprises

Publication of the legislative decree of harmonization to the GDPR: news on labour, sanctions and small and medium-sized enterprises By Damiana Lesce, Paola Lonigro and Valeria De Lucia On 4 September…
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The right to criticism and satire in the workplace

The right to criticism and satire in the workplace Five employees have been dismissed for cause, because at the workplaces, they represented a sort of play where the managing director…
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Brexit outlook on taxation of dividends and capital gains in the UK

Brexit outlook on taxation of dividends and capital gains in the UK As it is known, the referendum on the permanence of the United Kingdom in the European Union took…
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Dismissal for cause: during sick leave an employee conducts such activities as to endanger his recovery

Dismissal for cause: during sick leave an employee conducts such activities as to endanger his recovery The worker was dismissed because during his sick leave he conducted heavy duty activities…
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When publication on Facebook contributes as evidence for fairway dismissal

When publication on Facebook contributes as evidence for fairway dismissal It is a fact known that social networks can violate personal privacy as the story of Cambridge Analytica as proved.…
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unjustified absentee for depression

The unjustified absentee worker can not be dismissed because of the need to assist the depressed daughter

The unjustified absentee worker can not be dismissed because of the need to assist the depressed daughter A serious family reason, supplemented by the serious postpartum syndrome of the daughter,…
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pecuniary compensation for loss

The manager is entitled to compensation for loss of chance if the company does not assign him objectives to be achieved

The manager is entitled to compensation for loss of chance if the company does not assign him objectives to be achieved The pecuniary damage is linked to the possibility of…
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on call worker

Employee is an “on call” worker if he falls within the company organization and is paid by the hour

Employee is an "on call" worker if he falls within the company organization and is paid by the hour The cash-desk operator in the betting center may be considered as…
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EMEA-Clinic-2018-Invitation

What happened at the Spring Labour & Employment EMEA Clinic

What happened at the Spring Labour & EmploymentEMEA Clinicn The attorneys Giacinto Favalli and Valeria De Lucia the 14th and 15th of March 2018 took part in the Spring Labour & Employment…
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The company email does not nail the worker for lawful dismissal because the server is in the hands of the employer

The company email does not nail the worker for lawful dismissal because the server is in the hands of the employer Excluding the probative value of the messages acquired from…
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“Brothers, knives”: the bond of subordination “enters” into the family

"Brothers, knives": the bond of subordination "enters" into the family Constant respect of work hours that coincide with the opening to the public of a commercial activity and the payment…
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Roger Waters

Isgrò vs Waters: a landmark decision

Isgrò vs Waters: a landmark decision In the case pitting the famous artist Emilio Isgrò against Roger Waters charged with counterfeiting the notorious erasures of the artist an accord has…
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Tablet & other devices do not need an accord

Tablet & other devices do not need an accord Edited by Stefano Trifirò and Federico Manfredi According to Amazon, “the smart bracelet was designed to improve performance and efficiency of warehouse…
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The Weinstein case impacts companies: remedies

The Weinstein case impacts companies: remedies Edited by Salvatore Trifirò and Paolo Zucchinali Media have extensively reported the Weinstein case and have triggered debates over the propriety and toleration of certain…
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Fornero procedure for legitimal dismiss

Employers may use the Fornero procedure to ascertain the legitimacy of a dismissal

Employers may use the Fornero procedure to ascertain the legitimacy of a dismissal Edited by Anna Maria Corna e Beatrice Ghiani In the case of a female worker dismissed for out-running…
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Protection for whistleblowing

Better protection for whistleblowers in public administration and industry

Better protection for whistleblowers in public administration and industry Edited by Giuseppe Sacco Act  #179 of November 30, 2017, published in the Official Gazette on 14, December 2017, provides for…
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dismissal of worker found at a canine show

Fair way dismissal of worker found at a canine show while absent on sick leave

Fair way dismissal of worker found at a canine show while absent on sick leave Edited by Marina Olgiati and Francesco Torniamenti The participation of a worker to a canine show,…
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dismissed for consuming food and beverage belonging to the company

Fair cause upheld where worker is dismissed for consuming food and beverage belonging to the company, regardless of the intrinsic value of said items

Fair cause upheld where worker is dismissed for consuming food and beverage belonging to the company, regardless of the intrinsic value of said items. Edited by Salvatore Trifirò, Francesco Chiarelli, Giampaolo…
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Bacchus and Venus

Bacchus and Venus Edited by Stefano Beretta A famous Italian saying goes “Bacchus plus tobacco and Venus reduce a men to ashes". A Judge, instead, decided that Bacchus even without Tabaco…
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Harassment at Work

Harassment at Work Edited by Stefano Trifirò and Federico Manfredi The issue of harassment in the workplace is a particularly relevant in this period. Clearly, an event of this gravity…
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Accord need not be made in writing

Accord between principal and agent need not be made in writing

Accord between principal and agent need not be made in writing Edited by Bonaventura Minutolo and Teresa Cofano An accord between principal and agent for the payment of expense account…
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non-payment of taxes

Temporary lack of ready money does not justify non-payment of taxes

Temporary lack of ready money does not justify non-payment of taxes Edited by Enrico Vella Temporary shortage of money to pay taxes, resulting from economic hardship, does not qualify as…
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The Jobs Act for Self-Employed Workers

The Jobs Act for Self-Employed Workers Law No. 81 of 22 May 2017, provides that "Measures for the protection of non-entrepreneurial self-employment and measures to facilitate flexible articulation in times…
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Privacy: how to choose the data protection manager. The directions from the Privacy Authority

Privacy: how to choose the data protection manager. The directions from the Privacy Authority Edited by Damiana Lesce and Valeria De Lucia The Guarantor of Privacy  has provided some guidance…
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Privacy and the working relationship. The European Supervisory Authority Guidelines

Privacy and the working relationship. The European Supervisory Authority Guidelines By Damiana Lesce, Valeria De Lucia and Paola Lonigro Under article n. 267 of June 15, 2017, of the Italian…
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Brief considerations of disciplinary power in “agile work”

Brief considerations of disciplinary power in "agile work" By Antonio Cazzella The recent law of May 22, 2017, no. 81 introduced concept of "agile work". One of the peculiarities of…
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Casual Work and INPS (Social Security) Operating Instructions

Casual Work and INPS (Social Security) Operating Instructions Abstract by Francesco Torniamenti Art. 54 bis of D.L. n. 50/2017 reforms the regulation of casual work after the abolition of workplace…
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The processing of employee data is only permitted if “indispensable”

The processing of employee data is only permitted if "indispensable" Abstract by Damiana Lesce Under article n. 267 of June 15, 2017, of the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority rejected …
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Deletion of humanum est. Copy autem diabolicum.

Deletion of humanum est. Copy autem diabolicum. Abstract by Federico Manfredi Ruling by Judge Silvia Giani , dated July 25, confirmed the earlier precedent-setting  decision, modifying the part prohibiting the…
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Roger Water new album

Roger Water new album The Court of Milan for intellectual property has granted interim relief to the claim of plagiarism moved by renowned artist Emilio Isgrò, counseled by Salvatore Trifirò…
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Preliminary Investigations and Privacy: What you can request to the Candidate

Preliminary Investigations and Privacy: What you can request to the Candidate By Damiana Lesce and Valeria De Lucia The employer must follow the Privacy Policy in all the activities related…
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Self-employed and smart working

Self-employed and smart working By Salvatore Trifirò and Barbara Fumai June 2017, lawmakers enacted what already known as statue of the self-employed workers. The Act provide on one hand for…
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Privacy: at the one-year point 2018, the new EU rules entered into force

Privacy: at the one-year point 2018, the new EU rules entered into force Pending the entry into force in all EU countries of the new European Personal Data Protection Regulations,…
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Extract from the article by Avv. Salvatore Trifirò published in AIDP’s online magazine

Extract from the article by Avv. Salvatore Trifirò published in AIDP's online magazine By Salvatore Trifirò In the last ten years, there had been numerous reforms described as revolutionary. The…
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A new system of joint liability in tenders. The relief of the principal responsible’s liabilities (and possible protections for the client)

A new system of joint liability in tenders. The relief of the principal responsible’s liabilities (and possible protections for the client) By Damiana Lesce and Valeria De Lucia The D.lgs…
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Privacy and work relationship: How to manage the ex-employee’s e-mail accounts

Privacy and work relationship: How to manage the ex-employee's e-mail accounts By Damiana Lesce, Paola Lonigro and Valeria De Lucia The systematic collection of the electronic communications in transit on…
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Right of Access (former privacy code) and disciplinary procedure: Which information the employer must provide to the worker

Right of Access (former privacy code) and disciplinary procedure: Which information the employer must provide to the worker By Damiana Lesce and Valeria De Lucia Privacy legislation coincides with the…
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From jobs act to today: if the treatment is worse than the disease.

From jobs act to today: if the treatment is worse than the disease Two years have passed since the jobs act entered in force, and it is already time for…
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Plurijus Yearly Meeting 2017 – Luxembourg

The Plurijus yearly meeting 2017, the network of European legal firm which Trifirò and Partners is one of the founders, was held in Luxembourg 18, 16 May 2017, managed by…
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How to choose (and manage) your Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

GDPR, which will come into effect on the 25 th of May 2018, recognizes the DPO as a key player in the new data governance system and lays down conditions…
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Restrictive Covenants: … better safe than sorry …

Restrictive Covenants: … better safe than sorry …   In this newsletter we will focus on the following topic: how to protect the Company from competition after the termination of…
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The just cause for dismissal ignores the criminal relevance of the fact when common decency has been violated

The just cause for dismissal ignores the criminal relevance of the fact when common decency has been violated Case Law In this case, the company fired the head of staff…
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Defense controls and usability of the evidence collected for disciplinary purposes

Defense controls and usability of the evidence collected for disciplinary purposes Case Law In the recent ruling no. 22662 of 8 November 2016, the Supreme Court has again ruled on…
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Prior notification of international transfers: publication of the decree

Prior notification of international transfers: publication of the decree The Official Gazette (no. 252) Decree No. 136 dated 10 August 2016 and published 27 October 2016 relates to prior communication…
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Satellite positioning (GPS) and art. 4 of the Statute: Clarification of the labour inspectorate

Satellite positioning (GPS) and art. 4 of the Statute: Clarification of the labour inspectorate The National Department of Labour Circular no. 2 dated 7 November 2016, deals with the qualification…
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Goodbye to the indemnity ‘of mobility’

Goodbye to the indemnity 'of mobility'. From 1st January 2017, there are significant developments for both employers and workers as part of collective redundancy procedures under Law No. 223 of…
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Prior notification of international transfers

Prior notification of international transfers. October 27 the Official Gazette published the Decree n. 136 dated 10 August 2016 relating to prior communication of international transfers. The regulation will come…
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Privacy in the workplace: new Italian and European regulation

Privacy in the workplace: new Italian and European regulation. In 2015 Article. 4, Law 300 of 1970 (Workers' Statute) was reformulated by the Jobs Act governing "Remote Controls". In summary…
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Focus on: “Super-companies” de facto, foundations and consequences in the case of insolvency

Focus on: "Super-companies" de facto, foundations and consequences in the case of insolvency A company is defined as a "de facto" company when it is formed on the basis of…
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The constitutional principle of fair trial requires the specificity of the grounds of appeal

Our judgment: the constitutional principle of fair trial requires the specificity of the grounds of appeal (Court of Appeal of Naples, Labour Division, judgment no. 3028 of 9 May 2016)…
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Conditions of validity for non-competition agreements

Our Judgment: Conditions of validity for non-competition agreements (Court of Treviso, Ordinance 11/14 April 2016) It is permissible for a non-competition agreement with an employee (which restricts the latter from…
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Our Judgment: Project work in call centres

Our Judgment: Project work in call centres In cases contesting the genuine nature of the collaborations, the burden of proof lies on the DTL (Court of Macerata work July 18,…
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September: the judgment of the month

September: the judgment of the month With the recent ruling no. 17325 dated 25 August 2016, the Supreme Court held that under the "Rite Fornero," the non-notification of an action…
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Regulatory investigation: privacy and remote control tools in the workplace

Regulatory investigation: privacy and remote control tools in the workplace By decision dated 13 July 2016 (Doc. web no. 5408460) the Guarantor for the protection of personal data, examining a…
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The driver that will carries out casual services claiming overtime, must provide strict test of its operation.

The driver that will carries out casual services claiming overtime, must provide strict test of its operation. As ruled by the Milan Court no. 2862 of July 22, 2016 A…
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The time-limit of 180 days for filing the appeal runs from the delivery of the letter of termination of employment, as so ruled by Cassino Court by ordinance 23 February 2016. Our Judgment.

The time-limit of 180 days for filing the appeal runs from the delivery of the letter of termination of employment, as so ruled by Cassino Court by ordinance 23 February…
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The use of art. 700 of the Code of Civil Procedure is not valid to prevent dismissal of the appeal. The judgment of the month.

The use of art. 700 of the Code of Civil Procedure is not valid to prevent dismissal of the appeal. The judgment of the month. The dismissal must be challenged…
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Partial decriminalization of the offense in the event of non-payment of social security deductions

Partial decriminalization of the offense in the event of non-payment of social security deductions The Legislative Decree 15 January 2016, n. 8 (Decree), implementation of the law 28 April 2014…
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Labour and tax relief. Clarifications from the revenue agency

Labour and tax relief. Clarifications from the revenue agency Article 1, paragraphs 182-190 of the Law of 28 December 2015, n. 208 (Law of Stability 2016) provides the tax reductions…
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Online resignation. Clarifications from the Ministry of Labour

Online resignation. Clarifications from the Ministry of Labour On March 12, 2016 the mandatory electronic procedure for resignation and consensual resolutions (Legislative Decree no. 151/2016) came into force. The law…
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International Secondment: the New Rules

International Secondment: the New Rules On July 22, 2016 D.LG. n. 136/16 came into force, implementing Directive no. 2014/67 / EU on international secondment (The Secondment) of workers in the…
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Civil, insurance and commercial law. Judgment of the month

Civil, insurance and commercial law. Judgment of the month The receipt signed by the agent alone does not prove payment of the insurance premium. The receipt of payment, made on…
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Labour: the Judgment of the Month

Labour: the Judgment of the Month Legitimate to dismiss the employee during the period of sick is dedicated to the commercial activity of his/her spouse. In this case, the employee…
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Video surveillance: recent legal interpretations/rulings on the storage of recorded images

Video surveillance: recent legal interpretations/rulings on the storage of recorded images The practice of deadlines for storage of images recorded by video surveillance systems has become increasingly important in the…
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Employment in italy in 2016 costs less. Clarifications from the ministry of labour

Employment in italy in 2016 costs less. Clarifications from the ministry of labour It is often said that investments in Italy are discouraged by the excessive cost of labour. The…
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PRIVACY: the countdown for companies has started

PRIVACY: the countdown for companies has started Twenty years after the first European Directive on Privacy (Dir. 95/46 / EC) there has been a change of the rules in Europe.…
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Recognition of same sex unions in Italy. What employers need to know (and to do).

Recognition of same sex unions in Italy. What employers need to know (and to do). The Italian Parliament on May 20, 2016 approved the law on civil unions between persons…
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