With over forty years of experience, the Firm provides high-quality counsel and assistance, in and out of court, in the main branches of civil, commercial and administrative law, to a diversified clientele, from large, small and medium-sized businesses to individuals.
The Firm avails itself of highly qualified lawyers and counselors, each with a high level of expertise in his/her fields of specialization.
The Firm has its seat in Rome, Bologna and Milan. Furthermore, thanks to the support of a consolidated network of professionals and external consultants, it can ensure assistance and judicial defense throughout the entire Italian territory and in major foreign cities.
Thanks to its structure and its organization based on specialized teams of highly specialized lawyers, the Firm is able to offer its clients (both businesses and individuals) counsel, assistance and defense in court and in arbitration proceedings, with regard to all main areas of civil, commercial and administrative law.
With a group of highly qualified practicioners, each specialized in specific fields of law, the Firm offers counsel and assistance to its clients by ensuring continuous and high-level team work
Via A. Testoni, 5
Tel. 051 237440 | Fax 051 225673
C.so Vittorio Emanuele II, 308
Tel. 06 68308843 | Fax 06 6892823
News and Insights
The ongoing Covid-19 emergency and the adoption of measures for its containment face companies with serious problems in the management of their contractual relationships, affecting the ability of the parties to perform or receive the related obligations.
The current state of emergency relating to the spread of Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”), also following the measures adopted by the Government to contain the spread of contagion, places businesses, but also individual citizens, in the face of new problems, also of a legal nature
The European Patent Office (EPO) has recently refused two patent applications in which an Artificial Intelligence system was designated as the -inventor-.
The implementation of various forms of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare is constantly growing, expanding from automated diagnostics, especially as far as radiology is concerned, to the “robo-surgeon” and “smart” prostheses.
By their decision no. 9678 of April 5, 2019, the Joint Sections of the Italian Court of Cassation clarified that the disputes between businesses operating in the field of organic products and subjects charged with issuing all necessary certifications and with the relevant control activity fall within the scope of the ordinary judge’s jurisdiction, as opposed to administrative courts.
The latest issue of the Italian law review “Giurisprudenza Italiana” (issue no. 7/2019) features a vast monographic section on the topic of “Artificial Intelligence and law”, edited by Prof. Ruffolo and Prof. Enrico Gabrielli (University of Rome - Tor Vergata).