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The firm has extensive experience and specialist competency in the following civil law areas: contract law, with specific reference to matters concerning obligations and civil liability (liability in contract and liability in tort, in particular in relation to health-related liability), commercial law, company law, protection of company finances and protection of the company’s financial capability, bankruptcy law and insolvency and enforcement procedures, arbitration law and ADR procedures.

The firm has extensive experience and specialist competency in civil procedure law and in the sector of litigations (out-of-court legal assistance and consultancy as well as in-court legal assistance and representation before Tribunals and Boards of Arbitration, Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Cassation).

Out-of-court legal assistance includes defence and legal advisory services provided in out-of-court disputes without going to court.
The Law Firm is tasked with assisting the client providing custom services.
This activity consists of drafting agreements that represent, regulate or terminate legal relationships, for the purpose of protecting the Client’s interests.
Injunctions are provided for by the law to protect creditors who can attach the assets held by the debtor.
Legal obligations are legal agreements entered into by two or more parties, creditor and debtor, based on which the debtor undertakes to perform a service in favour of the creditor.
Contract law regulates and refers to contracts entered into between economic players as well as to company deeds and activities.
Company law regulates the establishment, management and termination of business structures (companies, cooperatives, consortia, bodies).
The protection of capital includes the analysis and definition of strategies and legal deeds aimed at protecting the family assets; the company assets and the entrepreneur’s capital.
Identification of the subject who suffers the cost for the infringement of a third party right.
Assistance and legal advice in real estate operations in Italy.
Insolvency procedures regulate relationships between the insolvent party – debtor and its creditors.
The bankruptcy procedure is a procedure through which all the assets held by an entrepreneur who is no longer in a position to regularly satisfy his obligations vis-à-vis his creditors, are subject to execution.
Contentious means any legal dispute which take place in a debate between the parties.
Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution procedure frequently used to settle civil and commercial disputes.