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Industry focus: luxury goods Tier 2
Deloitte Legal – Studio Associato's fashion and luxury department was recently bolstered by the arrival of art and IP specialist Valentina Favero from Withers Studio Legale in 2019. Ida Palombella heads the IP department, and, in addition to handling work in that space, is also active in internet and data protection, and e-commerce matters. She has many years of experience in the fashion and luxury sectors, and her client portfolio includes brands, designers and fashion associations. Senior manager Federica Caretta, whose expertise is in corporate M&A, is another name to note.
Compliance Tier 4
Deloitte Legal – Studio Associato advises Italian and international groups on the implementation, review and updating of Decree 231 models; the practice also assists with corporate governance rules, workplace-related health and safety compliance, and compliance in relation to anti-corruption programmes. Antonella Alfonsi heads the corporate compliance practice in Italy and Josephine Romano frequently advises on the implementation of regulatory compliance programmes.
‘Always willing to provide assistance and useful business tips.‘
‘Antonella Alfonsi provides very important support and tailored solutions.‘
Industry focus: Energy Tier 5
With a team based across offices in Milan, Rome and Padua, the energy practice at Studio Legale Associato - Deloitte has a successful track record in advising clients on M&A, plant construction and operation, energy efficiency and regulations. Antonella Alfonsi leads the firm's Central Mediterranean energy, resources and industrial group, as well as the Central Mediterranean power and utilities group.
Enernovum GmbH & Co. KG and SAMAG Deutschland GmbH
FRATELLO SOLE Energie Solidali Impresa Sociale S.r.l.
Intellectual property Tier 5
Deloitte Legal – Studio Associato launched an Italy IP department with the hire of Withers Studio Legale IP and techonology head Ida Palombella in July 2018. With fashion and luxury being her main focus, she is well-regarded by colleagues, clients and high-end brands alike. Her team, which includes key figure Federica Caretta, assist her in trademark counterfeiting actions, trusts, negotiations and infringements.
‘Top legal knowledge, prompt and detailed replies.’
‘In addition to having excellent legal preparation, Ida Palombella and Federica Caretta are always ready to provide adequate answers in reasonably short times.’
Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (Italian Fashion Council)
Flos group (Design Lightening Company)
CNMI Fashion Trust
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Skilled and experienced Deloitte Legal* professionals work together with other Deloitte professionals in tax, consulting, risk- and financial advisory to guide their clients through a project in a coordinated way around the world. Deloitte Legal, present in over 84 countries, is able to provide holistic guidance around strategic business decisions as well as offer support services that can increase efficiency and reduce the cost of some routine legal activities. As part of the global Deloitte professional services network, Deloitte Legal helps you in delivering multinational legal solutions that are Consistent, Technology-enabled, Tailored, and Sensitized.
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