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25.092018

“The agency relationship: contractual and social security aspects” – Assolombarda, Milan (10 October 2018)

Analysis of contractual, regulatory and social security aspects in the agency relationship.


The purpose of the conference is to analyse the contractual aspects of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Industry, focusing in particular on severance indemnity pays and giving an overview of the legislation and case law relating to this particular type of contract.

Part of the conference will also be dedicated to the social security contributions and the obligations of the principals vis-à-vis Enasarco.


Place and date


This training conference has been organised by Assolombarda Confindustria Milan, Monza e Brianza, Lodi, and will be held on 10 October at the main office of Assolombarda, Falck Hall (lower ground floor) – Via Chiaravalle no. 8, Milan.


Speakers


Lorenzo Baggioli – Assolombarda Trade Unions Area, Head of Trade Unions Relations, Local Unit of Monza e Brianza  

Roberto Musanti – Assolombarda Labour and Social Security Area 

Stefania Raviele – Lawyer – De Luca & Partners Law Firm


The contribution by Lawyer Stefania Raviele will deal with commercial agency contracts, starting with a discussion of the sources governing this matter and focusing on the regulatory provisions, describing, with reference to case histories, the features that differentiate this type of contract from a business procurement contract. This contract will be examined, as well as its requirements and elements that can be regulated and included, such as, for instance, probation periods or the inclusion of terms or, moreover, exclusivity rights and non-compete clauses, focusing in particular on the contract management and modifications. From a practical and case-law standpoint, the subject matter of unilateral modifications, limitations and the ius variandi contractual discipline will be described, with a focus on the applicability to this type of contract of the provisions laid down in the Italian Jobs Act for self-employed professionals. The Lawyer will also deal with the parties’ rights and obligations and the reasons for the termination of commercial agency contracts.



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