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  • Valutazione di vLex
  • Legittimità
  • Dialogando su dogmatica giuridica e giurisprudenza (dopo aver letto un libro sull'ipoteca)
  • Lo strumento rimediale del promissory estoppel
  • La mediazione nelle controversie derivanti dalla circolazione di veicoli e natanti

    1. Introduzione. 2. Il Codice delle Assicurazioni: azione ordinaria e azione diretta. 3. La questione di legittimità costituzionale. 4. (Segue) ... e il raccordo tra norme in una prospettiva "de iure condendo". 5. Profili problematici: l’oggetto della domanda e il presupposto della responsabilità. 6. La perfetta coincidenza degli elementi della domanda: elementi soggettivi. 7. La...

  • Carloni Publishes Chapter On The Recent Important Developments In Merger Control In Italy

    ... Italgas and Acegas would have participated jointly in tenders for gas distribution concessions in these geographic areas and would not have faced sufficient competitive constraint, posttransaction, from Isontina (now controlled by Italgas and Acegas) and other potential entrants. The ICA had ...

  • Buying A Hotel In Italy: Legal Aspects Of Investing In A Hotel Business In Italy

    John Norton and Valentina Giarrusso consider the legal challenges that foreign hotel investors and corporations usually need to face when considering to buy a hotel in Italy or expand their business operations in Italy. This article briefly compares the legislative framework and ...

  • The New Labour Market In Italy: A Quick Overview Of The New Rules And The Challenges Posed By Technological Revolution, Industry 4.0 And GIG Economy

    ... New challenges now face the Italian labour market. These are the result of innovation and the new technologies with the consequent change of the organization of work: these ...

  • Italian Tax Agency, Taxpayer Settled The Biggest “Silent” Permanent Establishment Tax Case For a Record Amount of 1.250 Billion Euro In Taxes And Penalties

    The Italian financial newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore” reported today that Koering, the French-owned conglomerate which controls some of the most renowned and revered luxury brands in the world, such as Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent, Pomellato and others associated to clothing, jewelry, bags and other luxury products, settled a tax case with the Italian...

    ... tax issue, the recent decision on the “Dolce & Gabbana” case should probably have offered more comfort and perhaps the incentive to face the inquiry and challenge the tax audit in the tax court. However, that was not the taxpayer’s ultimate decision, and, unfortunately, we will be ...

  • Criminal Penalties For Non-Compliance With COVID-19 Containment Measures

    ...It is clear that those who, at the time of self-certification, are affected by COVID -19 but have not yet carried out the test should not face the criminal penalty provided for false declaration. The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. ...

  • DSM Watch: EU Copyright Directive, the big picture

    Agreement on a compromise text for the new Copyright Directive was reached between Member State government representatives, EU Parliament representatives and the EU Commission last week (see our “Breakthrough” post). On 20 February 2019, EU Governments formally voted, by a majority, to approve that compromise text: Italy, Poland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Finland opposed it;...

    ...On its face, it seems aimed at ensuring that copyright protection is not perpetuated by virtue of a reproduction (for example by a photograph or replica) when ...

  • Football On The Front Line For A Safe Return To Play

    ...consequences for all athletes, their staff supporters, as well as. the clubs who will face financial losses. On the other hand, football is struggling to find a way to. restart. A realistic outcome - especially from the health. point of ...

  • DSM Watch: EU Copyright Directive, the big picture

    Agreement on a compromise text for the new Copyright Directive was reached between Member State government representatives, EU Parliament representatives and the EU Commission last week (see our “Breakthrough” post). On 20 February 2019, EU Governments formally voted, by a majority, to approve that compromise text: Italy, Poland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Finland opposed it;...

    ...On its face, it seems aimed at ensuring that copyright protection is not perpetuated by virtue of a reproduction (for example by a photograph or replica) when ...

  • Assets Destined To A Specific Business

    ...The financier, in fact, will face typical entrepreneurial risk, but such risk is annulled in case of bankruptcy. The financier will not receive any payment if the business is unable ...

  • Legality of Peaceful Death Debated in Italty

    The “peaceful death” is misunderstood in Italy as well as here. Since reporting on LawPundit’s discussion of the Schiavo case, I’ve concluded that LawPundit and I both agree that consciousness is a mysterious thing, and cannot be underestimated by medical professions. Now Italy weighs in in Italy’s Itch for Euthanasia: Life-and-Death Issue Coming to Fore....

    ...Scoccimarro added that people in his condition need more help to cope with the severe difficulties they face. This is a key point raised in a recently published book. In “Eutanasia: Spunti per un dibattito” (Euthanasia: Ideas for a Debate), bioethics ...

  • Ambush Marketing, An Ongoing Practice, Hard To Prevent!

    ...During the London Games one of the main sponsors had to face the move of its primary competitor, who supplied a significant number of athletes (many of them becoming champions or winning medals) with colorful ...

  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Employer FAQs

    ... Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are designed to address some of the more common questions that employers with operations in Italy currently face. Employers are also encouraged to consult relevant FAQs put forth by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health of the Italian ...

  • State of the art of the Italian liquidity measures – Keeping Italian Companies Alive?

    Over the last three months, the Italian Government has enacted a package of financial assistance designed to help Italian businesses survive the dramatic short-term effects of the coronavirus ("COVID-19") pandemic. The measures include guarantee schemes from SACE, the Italian government (in relation to CDP loans) and the Central Guarantee Fund, support for business continuity and a...

    ... One of the main objectives of the Italian government's actions, including the Restore Liquidity Law, is to tackle the liquidity shortage faced by Italian companies through guarantee schemes. However, liquidity relief can also be obtained through shareholders' loans, especially in privately ...

  • Italian International Tax Reporting Rules Through Part RW of Italian Tax Return

    Italian resident taxpayers are required to report their foreign financial investments and assets which can generate foreign-source income subject to tax in Italy, by filling out a special part of their annual income tax return referred to as form RW. Foreign individuals who have (personal and business) interests and contacts with Italy that may trigger Italian tax residency under Italian...

    ... Indeed, if it turns out that they should be treated as resident of Italy for Italian tax purposes, they would automatically face the issue of not having reported their non-Italian assets, with all potential penalties associated with it, in addition to the main issue of having ...

  • The "Cure Italy" and "Restore Liquidity" Decrees: Keeping Italian Companies Alive?

    On 8 April 2020, the Italian Government enacted Law Decree no. 23 of 2020 (the "Restore Liquidity" Decree). In combination with Law Decree no. 18 of 17 March 2020 (the "Cure Italy" Decree), it provides businesses affected by the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19") pandemic with a package of financial assistance designed to help Italian businesses survive the dramatic...

    ... One of the main objectives of the Italian government's actions, including the Restore Liquidity Decree, is to tackle the liquidity shortage faced by Italian companies through guarantee schemes. But liquidity relief can also be obtained through shareholders' loans, especially in privately held ...

  • COVID-19: Shareholder Meetings and Payment of Dividends in Italian Companies

    As a result of the state of national emergency prompted by the COVID-19 crisis, urgent legislation -- namely, the Italian Prime Minister’s decrees of 8, 9, 11 and 22 March 2020 (the “dPCMs”) -- has imposed a number of limitations on local residents, including a general prohibition on moving within the Italian territory unless for “proven working reasons, state of need, or health reasons”.

    ...In this note, we address some of the issues that Italian companies are faced with in connection with the holding of their AGMs during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Special attention will be given to certain provisions included ...

  • Italian Government Cuts Incentives for Photovoltaic Plants

    The final wording is not yet official, and there may still be some last minute changes before its publication in the Official Gazette, but the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and the Ministry of Finance felt certain enough of its finality last week to present a draft decree that will significantly modify the feed-in tariff (FiT) incentives granted to photovoltaic (PV) plants and have a...

    ... In addition to reduced net income, investors will now have to face additional operational expenditures, in particular the costs for additional operation and maintenance, land leases and concession fees. The ...

  • ITALY: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Employer FAQs

    The spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe remains a significant concern in the workplace. Employers are confronting difficult questions regarding how to handle mandatory lockdowns, safety and health rules, travel restrictions, compensation, and other employment issues.

    ... Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are designed to address some of the more common questions that employers with operations in Italy currently face. Employers are also encouraged to consult relevant FAQs put forth by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health of the Italian ...

  • “Privacy Versus Freedom Of Expression On The Internet: Some Comments From An Italian Perspective”

    ...Authorities),. in another recent case a teacher found himself on a social. network depicted while smoking a cigarette in class and for that. faced later on a proceeding before a Regional Administrative Court,. which awarded him with a 8.000,00 Euro compensation judgement for. damages procured to ...

  • Italian rules on Debt for Italian Non-Listed Companies – Italy has passed clean-up rules concerning the issuance of corporate bonds and commercial paper

    The Italian Government has approved new rules concerning the issuance of corporate bonds and commercial paper through Law Decree no. 179 of October 18, 2012 on “Further Urgent Measures for Growth of the Country”, which was converted into law (with amendments) by Law no. 221 of December 17, 2012, published in the Italian Official Gazette on December 18, 2012 (“Decree 179”). ...

  • Règlementer la rèsolution des litiges en ligne en Suisse: dèfis et enseignements de la pratique

    Introduction. 1. Les enseignements du système de résolution des litiges relatif aux noms de domaine. 1.1. La procédure UDRP. 1.2. L'attribution des noms de domaine .ch. 1.3. Le règlement des litiges concernant les noms de domaine .ch. 1.4. Enseignements potentiels. 2. Les enseignements du système d'eBay. 2.1. Le besoin d'une architecture de confiance. 2.2. Le système d'évaluation. 2.3. Les...

    ...La simple impossibilité de revenir dans les locaux du vendeur pour une discussion face à face - ce qui reste la manière de communiquer la plus riche, notamment en messages non verbaux, et l'un des premiers recours en cas de survenance ...