Trifirò & Partners

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Trifirò & Partners provides legal assistance, court and arbitration services to private sector companies, (automotive, retail, pharmaceutical, transportation, publishing, health, post, tourism, entertainment, insurance, banking) the public sector, and to managers and administrators in the fields of Labour Law and Civil Law.

Founded in the 60’s by Salvatore Trifirò, Trifirò & Partners includes 80 professionals and staff led by Partners of the firm.

The headquarters of Trifirò & Partners is located in Milan, with offices in Rome, Turin, Trento, Parma and Bergamo.

The firm is renowned for its expertise in the field of labour law. It also specializes in a wide range of other legal services, particularly in areas of Civil law.

Legal services provided are not limited to the management of litigation but extend to advisory services (crucial in preventing litigation) which involves working in close collaboration with business managers.

The firm, a valued advisor to major national and multinational companies, has a qualified network of associates throughout Italy, Europe, USA, China and United Arab Emirates ensuring a direct presence of its lawyers in national and foreign businesses.

Judicial activities are conducted in all the courts, including the Constitutional Court and Court of Justice of the European Union.

Equipped with the latest technology and communication systems, Trifirò & Partners has one of the most technologically advanced legal libraries, both online and in print.

Trifirò & Partners is a leader in vocational training, participation in conferences, submission of articles to major newspapers and magazines and the preparation of publications and books.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Labour Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Financial Law
  • Industrial Law
  • Sports Law



Key Contacts

Giacinto Favalli
+39 02 550011

Firm Rankings

Labour & Employment
Band 1

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