Italy > Employment
Index of tables
- Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners
Grimaldi Studio Legale
- hELP – the Employment Law Plant – Studio Legale Persiani
Maresca Morrico Boccia & Associati
- Baker & McKenzie, Studio Professionale Associato a
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
Other recommended firms
Sergio Barozzi –
- Aldo Bottini – Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci
- Aldo Calza – hELP – the Employment Law Plant– Studio Legale Persiani
- Luca Failla – LABLAW – Studio Legale
Giacinto Favalli –
Trifirò & Partners
- Alessandra Ferroni – Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners
- Marcello Giustiniani – Bonelli Erede Pappalardo
Alberto Maggi –
Legance Studio Legale Associato
- Piergiovanni Mandruzzato – LABLAW – Studio Legale
Arturo Maresca –
Maresca Morrico Boccia & Associati
- Antonella Negri – Bonelli Erede Pappalardo
- Mattia Persiani – hELP – the Employment Law Plant– Studio Legale Persiani
- Francesco Rotondi – LABLAW – Studio Legale
- Caterina Rucci – Bird & Bird
- Renato Scorcelli – Scorcelli, Rosa & Partners
Andrea Stanchi –
Stanchi e Associati, Studio Legale
- Franco Toffoletto – Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci
Paola Tradati –
Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Coppelli & Partners
Salvatore Trifirò –
Trifirò & Partners
Angelo Zambelli –
Grimaldi Studio Legale
- Sergio Barozzi –
Bonelli Erede Pappalardo’s Milan-based department head Marcello Giustiniani ‘conveys clear, appropriate messages’. The practice advised a bank on staff reorganisation and on trade union issues. Vittorio Pomarici is ‘a problem-solver’, and Antonella Negri and Marco Maniscalco are also recommended.
LABLAW – Studio Legale is ‘great at problem-solving’. The team represented a municipal services management company in litigation over the recruitment of full-time employees. Piergiovanni Mandruzzato is ‘a trusted counsellor’, Francesco Rotondi ‘understands clients’ needs’, and Luca Failla, Nicola Petracca and Olimpio Stucchi are also recommended.
Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci recently assisted FIAT group with establishing a new factory, including the drafting of collective bargaining agreements and assisting with union issues. Franco Toffoletto and Raffaele De Luca Tamajo are recommended. Former managing partner Paola Tradati joined Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners.
Trifirò & Partners has a longstanding reputation for its advice in employment contracts, contract terminations, business transfers, trade union rights, agency relationships, and due diligence. Salvatore Trifirò and Giacinto Favalli are recommended.
Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners recently acted for Mercedes-Benz Roma in a trade union consultation process concerning a massive workforce reduction as part of a business reorganisation. Matteo Fusillo, Saverio Schiavone and Raffaella Betti Berutto are the key contacts in Rome, and Milan-based Alessandra Ferroni ‘turns technical requirements into business solutions’. Paola Tradati joined from Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci.
Grimaldi Studio Legale has a strong reputation for employment litigation, and is expert in employment-related restructuring. The practice advised Terex on employment and industrial relations issues regarding the Fantuzzi restructuring. Alberto Testi is ‘very supportive’, and Angelo Zambelli and Barbara Grasselli are also recommended.
hELP – the Employment Law Plant– Studio Legale Persiani is the result of a merger between hELP – The Employment Law Plant and Studio Legale Persiani. Milan and Palermo-based managing partner, Aldo Calza ‘achieves targets’, and is recommended for employment, industrial relations, pensions and social security law. Rome-based chairman Mattia Persiani is also well regarded.
Maresca Morrico Boccia & Associati is recommended for its experience in labour law, collective labour law and social security, including court proceedings, union negotiations and the management of relationships with social security institutions. Arturo Maresca is recommended.
Bird & Bird has recently acted in trade union consultations, redundancy procedures and litigation management. Milan-based Caterina Rucci is appreciated for her ‘hands-on style’, and Amedeo Rampolla is also recommended.
DLA Piper LLP’s recent experience includes contract drafting, the revision of company policies, disciplinary processes, collective dismissal procedures, and the employment law aspects of company acquisitions in Italy. Rome-based group head Giampiero Falasca ‘understands clients’ needs’, and Fabrizio Morelli is also a key contact.
Studio Legale Ichino-Brugnatelli e Associati is experienced in bargaining practises, unions and social security matters, as well as employment disputes.
Legance Studio Legale Associato’s ‘quality of output is always outstanding’. The practice advised Parmalat on the termination of senior managers, following Lactalis’ successful takeover bid. Department head Alberto Maggi, Tommaso Li Bassi and Silvia Tozzoli are experienced advisers.
Lexellent’s Sergio Barozzi ‘understands industry needs and procedures’. The team advised Nokia Siemens Network in a restructuring process. Giovanni Battista Benvenuto, Giorgio Scherini and Giulietta Bergamaschi are also key contacts.
Scorcelli, Rosa & Partners’ assistance covers collective and individual dismissals, the management of human resources, and employment, trade union and pension issues arising from M&A transactions and corporate reorganisations, as well as related litigation. Renato Scorcelli created the employment and pension department.
Studio Legale Associato in affiliation with Simmons & Simmons LLP’s Milan-based team head Davide Sportelli advises on individual and collective dismissals, as well as the employment law aspects of acquisitions, reorganisations and restructurings; and assists with hiring strategies, and terms and conditions, with a focus on confidential information, non-competitive arrangements, stock options schemes, and dispute resolution. Giuseppe Menegazzi and Emanuela Boca are also key contacts.
Studio Legale Stanchi e Associati’s managing partner Andrea Stanchi is experienced in labour law, social security and social assistance, as well as benefits and litigation.
‘Excellent firm’ Studio Professionale Associato a Baker & McKenzie recently represented GKN Driveline in various disputes over employees’ misclassification under a collective agreement. Milan-based Uberto Percivalle and Gianfranco Di Garbo are the principal contacts, and Massimiliano Biolchini is ‘a strong professional’.
Clifford Chance advised Apple Retail Italia on employment matters, including disputes. Simonetta Candela and Marina Mobiglia are the key contacts.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer recently assisted RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana with closing RAI Corporation in the US and resultant mass redundancy. Milan-based Luca Capone is ‘a smart problem-solver’.
Hogan Lovells Studio Legale gives ‘practical, clear advice on complex employment law issues’. The practice is recommended for its experience in contentious labour law matters and union negotiations. Practice head Vittorio Moresco divides time between Milan and Rome.
Jones Day recently advised Fondazione Centro San Raffaele del Monte Tabor on insolvency-related employment law issues and assisted in negotiations with local unions and government agencies. Adelio Riva is well regarded.
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi assisted Expedia with employment issues relating to its Italian subsidiaries, including mass redundancies and transfers of undertaking. Milan-based Federico Torzo heads the department.
NCTM Studio Legale Associato advised SGM Group on the restructuring of its workforce. Michele Bignami is recommended.
Studio Legale Pessi specialises in labour law, social security and union negotiations. Roberto Pessi is recommended.