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By Fabio Marelli
With two decisions (No. 1895/2018 and No. 1896/2018), both filed on 25 January 2018, the Court of Cassation reached opposite conclusions in the two different situations.
By Fabio Marelli
With the decision No. 1195 of 18 January 2018, the Court of Cassation ruled on the powers of the extraordinary commissioner to require performance of pending contracts and on the treatment of...
By Fabio Marelli
The Constitutional Court (6 December 2017) confirmed that Art. 147, para. 5, of the Italian Bankruptcy Law does not violate the Constitution as long as it is interpreted in a broad sense.
By Bernard O'Connor
The United States has decided to impose tariffs on the import of all steel and aluminium products from all countries except Canada and Mexico on the basis of national security.
By Luca Cavagnaro, Francesco Laureti
In the context of port-related activities, management of safety in the workplace is a crucial aspect to be taken into account in order to guarantee the smooth running of the relevant operations.
By Ekaterina Aksenova
The Italian Court of Cassation has decided again on the validity of an arbitration clause referred to in a bill of lading.
By Anthony Perotto, Matteo Marabini
The Italian Insurance Regulator ("IVASS") brought to the insurers' attention the need to simplify insurance contracts and wordings.
By Franco Rossi
In day-to-day operation, a port concessionaire must deal with all the issues involved with State property concession fees, namely, their amount, recalculation for update and, especially, payment.
New alternative dispute resolution procedures in Italy aimed at protecting consumers may result in a more cumbersome litigation process.
By Fabio Marelli
A company filed a concordato preventivo proposal with the Court of Udine, providing for full payment of certain secured creditors and for partial payment of some lower ranking secured creditors...
By Franco Rossi
For this purpose, applicable statutory provisions must be carefully examined.
By Angelo Anglani
The Joint Divisions link the earlier approach of not allowing punitive damages to the need to stop extending classes of damage to cases not covered by statute.
By Barbara Gattorna
The need to shed light on the legal nature, in Italy, of the procedures for securing (lashing and unlashing) cargo on board ro-ro vessels seems extremely topical at this time.
By Federico Corti, Beatrice Gelmi, Allison Garofalo
The case in the background of the judgment here in comment is the one related to a bond issue structured as follows:
By Francesco Laureti
The repression of private bribery has always been a sensitive issue at international level.