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Paper presented by Paolo Momigliano at the Conference on “Government Decree No. 231/01 and Administrative Liability of Public Authorities”.

Paolo Momigliano, Attorney at Law, took part at the conference on: “Government Decree No. 231/01 and Administrative Liability of Public Authorities. Port Terminals and Shipping Companies: Practical Issues and Application” which took place last Feb. 22, 2013 at the Head Offices of Genoa Port Authority (Sala del Capitano, Palazzo San Giorgio). Mr. Momigliano spoke on: […]

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Interview to Bruno Elia by Diritto 24- Il Sole 24 ore.

Bruno Elia has been interviewed by Diritto 24, the Web Site of Sole 24 ORE dedicated to legal issues.

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The Regional Court of Lazio has accepted the appeal by Genoa-based maritime agencies counselled by De André Law Firm’s Lawyers.

The Regional Administrative Court (TAR) of Lazio has accepted the appeal by the associations of Maritime Agencies and Forwarders in Genoa, as well as by twelve maritime agencies against the Antitrust Authority. This two-year long litigation has also involved “Assagenti”, the Association of Genoa-based maritime agencies counselled by Studio Legale De Andrè’s Lawyer Mr. Ivano […]

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Two new Partners of Studio Legale De André: Cristina Pittaluga and Bianca Piana.

Cristina Pittaluga and Bianca Piana are the two new Partners of Studio Legale De André: the first two women partners in the Law Firm’s history.

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Publication of Guida Convey – Italia Oggi.

A guide has been recently published on “Lotta alla contraffazione. Norme, enti, associazioni e consulenti” (Fighting counterfeiting. Regulations, Enforcing Authorities, Associations and Consultants) curated by Convey Srl and Patnet.it, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Turin. Studio Legale De André is also listed as one of the Italian Law Firms specializing in this […]

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Mr. Niccolò Medica wrote the article “Road transportation”, Dir. Marittimo 2011, book 3.

Mr. Niccolò Medica wrote the article “Road transportation: theft of goods, carrier’s relevant fault and the importance of the analysis of the circumstances” (Dir. Mar. 2011, book 3).

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