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Categories: Publications | Tag: Licenziamento

In ruling no. 1240/2022 of 25 March, the Court of Foggia confirmed the prevailing principle that the burden of proof to demonstrate the contested oral dismissal is on the employee. In this case, the employee claimed he was orally dismissed on 3 January 2020, stating that he was notified of an “immediate suspension of employment” ....

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Categories: Events | Tag: employment contract, contracts

Enrico De Luca and Valentino Biasi will be speakers in the “Contracts for hiring and applicable benefits” webinar organised by Assolombarda on 7 April at 10 am. The speakers will provide an overview of the main types of employment contracts, tax benefits and financial incentives linked to new hires. Focus The meeting analyses the different ....

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Categories: Publications | Tag: anti-union conduct, Industrial relations

During proceedings for anti-union conduct under Art. 28, Law no. 300/1970 brought by the FIOM CGIL against the Italian branch of a multinational group as part of a collective dismissal procedure due to the cessation of production activities, the Court of Ancona, Employment Section, held that the employer, who omitted the consultation procedure under art. ....

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Categories: Publications

Partners and Associates of the Law Firm De Luca & Partners are proud to announce the release of the new handbook “Italian Employment and Labour Law”, edited by Wolters Kluwer, with the grant patronage of “The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy – BCCI”.  In Italy the labour and employment law environment has recently been ....

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Categories: Events | Tag: Patto di non concorrenza, Non-competition agreement

Ever-increasing market competitiveness makes entrepreneurs increasingly interested in protecting themselves against the possible dissemination of company knowledge (data, working processes, company notions, confidential customer names) acquired by their employees during their employment to competing companies. The non-competition agreement, as governed by Art. 2125 of the Civil Code, is one of the tools available to companies ....

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