The Firm regularly assists companies and groups of companies, both national and foreign, in the negotiation, analysis and drafting of contracts, including multilingual ones, concerning every aspect of the life of the business: from contracts with consumers and their relevant terms and conditions to national and international trade contracts (distribution, supply, agency, transportation, non-disclosure agreements, etc.), as well as specific tailormade contracts. The Firm has acquired specific expertise in the field of commercial distribution contracts, national and trans-national, supply and subcontracting agreements, license of know-how and transfers of patented technologies, franchising and agency.
In this field, the Firm provides assistance on a regular basis in favour of a wide number of businesses operating in a vast range of sectors: agri-food industries, high-tech, cosmetics, retail, healthcare, etc. The expertise of the practitioners of the Firm allows them to offer the clients integrated counsel and advice in contract matters, from counseling in the negotiation and drafting of contracts to assistance in subsequent related litigation.
The Firm provides assistance and legal support to national and foreign companies in the solution of issues related to import-export of goods, including dealing with all competent authorities, both Italian and foreign.
News and Insights
On September 21, 2020 Prof. Ruffolo will take part as a speaker at the webinar organized by UPA - Utenti Pubblicità Associati, titled “Per niente artificiale. A.I. e nuove frontiere per il business e la comunicazione”.
The book “Intelligenza Artificiale – Il diritto, i diritti, l’etica”, edited by Prof. Ruffolo and published by Giuffrè Francis-Lefebvre, is now available.
The Firm, while complying with the provisions aimed at containing the Covid-19 infection, is fully operational and continues to offer assistance to its customers.
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