DLP Insights

Categories: Publications

On 21 January, the European Parliament approved the resolution containing recommendations to the Commission on the right to disconnection (2019/2181(INL). This term means – as specified by the Parliament – the “right of workers not to engage in work-related tasks or communications outside working hours by means of digital media, such as phone calls, emails ....

Categories: Publications

The Court of Rome, with its recent ruling no. 5961 of 21 January 2021, addresses the limits and conditions for the use of smart working. In the current emergency framework, access to smart working has been made flexible for the majority of workers. This included a significant reduction in the number of formal procedures. In ....

Categories: Publications

The Court of Lamezia Terme, with the sentence of 14.01.2021, ruled that it is possible to unilaterally withdraw from a second level collective agreement with no expire date, but the party that objects to this circumstance is burdened by providing the relevant proof. More specifically, the sentence states that, if the second level collective agreement ....

Categories: Interviews

Alberto De Luca contributed to the drafting of the chapter dedicated to Italy in the “Labour & Employment” guide published by Lexology, illustrating the main legislative and jurisprudential news in a labour law manner and providing his point of view. Click here to read more.

Categories: Practice

On 10 December 2020, the Italian Data Protection Authority (“Guarantor“) launched a public consultation on the “Guidelines on the use of cookies and other tracking tools“ (the “Guidelines“) drafted on 26 October. The Guarantor follows indications provided by the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB“) in the “Guidelines 5/2020 on consent under Regulation (EU) 2016/679” of ....