MASSIMILIANO ALBANESE - 17/04/2020
In order to guarantee "business continuity" during the Covid19 health emergency, it is not enough to limit oneself to providing financial support to production activities: for this reason, the new Decreto Liquidità also provides for important rules on company law and business crisis. Some of them are of considerable innovative scope and with some understated "de facto decriminalization". A first comment, to highlight risks and opportunities.
GABRIELE MAXIA - 07/04/2020
The medical staff, deployed on the front line, is fighting for us all a dangerous enemy: the fearsome Covid19. Structural and organizational deficiencies, some negligence and a high dose of emotional stress can lead to mistakes and omissions that harm patients. The legislator thinks of a "criminal shield" but there is no lack of cases of liability underway. Let's try to frame the phenomenon and dispel some illusory prospect of easy compensation.
NEWS TEAM - 28/03/2020
Let's keep talking about smart working. Why a working method, already introduced into our legal system by Law no. 81/2017, has become one of the main topic of the moment? The production activities closed due to the coronavirus emergency can continue if reorganized through recourse to the so-called "lavoro agile". Let's see what this is about.
NEWS TEAM - 25/03/2020
Are the fiscal measures to support families and enterprises, contained in the so-called "Cura Italia" Decree, really able to support the economy in this period of serious crisis? We talked about it with Mr. Daniele Criscio, accountant and Partner of Counsel of the AMP Firm.
FEDERICO BERGAMINELLI - 23/03/2020
Since the health emergency, a new scenario for the Italian working world is rapidly taking shape. Smartworking represents a revolution of the rhythms and logic of sharing technologies and spaces, even the most intimate and private ones, with the employer and colleagues. What security measures to implement, in a renewed perspective of personal data protection? Here some thoughts on the subject.
GABRIELE MAXIA - 20/03/2020
The suspension of many commercial activities, imposed by the Italian D.P.C.M. of 11 March 2020, led to the interruption of cash flows and the consequent impossibility of dealing with the company's fixed assets. In this situation, can the payment of rents be legitimately suspended? And, in the most problematic cases, is it possible to terminate the contract or withdraw from the lease? Let’s try to answer to these questions.