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
giacinto.favalli@trifiro.it

Firm Rankings

Labour & Employment
Band 1

Articles

The Constitutional Court still intervenes on the art. 18: reinstatement and manifest lack of justified objective reason

With sentence no. 125/2022 of 19 May 2022, exactly 10 years after the Fornero law (l. 92/2012), the Constitutional Court has returned to rule on art. 18 St. Lav., Intervening on one of the most controversial aspects of the law, as then modified by the reform. The sentence in fact declared unconstitutional art. 18, seventh paragraph, second sentence, in […]

27 Jun 2022
On the role and function of the Labor Judge between past, present and future: a testimony

On the role and function of the Labor Judge between past, present and future: a testimony April 4, 2022 Published in Labor law of the lawyer Salvatore Trifirò On the role and function of the Labor Judge between past, present and future: a testimony. 2. The 1950s – 1960s – 3. The 1970s – 4. The socio-historical context of […]

06 May 2022
The Importance of the Company Code of Ethics to Protect the Environment

The company Code of Ethics governs many aspects of company life. The rules included in it have the purpose of guaranteeing values ??such as equality, fairness, confidentiality, protection of the person, honesty, impartiality, transparency, values ??which employees can recognise themselves. HR is responsible and also has the task of verifying that rules are respected. To […]

05 May 2022
In the matter of heterodirection: mathematics is not an opinion

One of the areas where the jurisprudential debate is always alive and changing is represented by the compatibility between the employment relationship and the social position, when these are headed by the same subject, who is, therefore, invested so much with the subjective situation of employee of the company, how much of that of a […]

06 Apr 2022
Just cause for dismissal and specificity of the dispute

Court of Sassari, Sentence of 22 February 2022, case followed by Mariapaola Rovetta and Federico Manfredi With a recent sentence of 22 February 2022, the Labor Judge of Sassari confirmed the principle of the Supreme Court according to which if the dismissal is ordered for just cause and the employee has been challenged with various […]

06 Apr 2022
Identify the clinical conditions in the presence of which the worker has the right to access work in an agile mode

Legislative  Decree 221 of 2022 , with  art. 17 paragraph 2 , has delegated to the  Ministry of Health, in agreement with the Ministers of Labor and Social Policies and for the Public Administration , the identification  “of chronic diseases with low clinical remuneration and with particular connotations of gravity, in the presence of which ,  until February 28, 2022 , the  work performance must normally […]

06 Apr 2022
Remote Working: Extension Arrives…

REMOTE WORKING: THE EXTENSION ARRIVES, BUT INDIVIDUAL CONTRACTS REMAIN RELEVANT The “Reopening Decree”, among the many innovations aimed at phasing out the emergency period, unexpectedly arranged for the extension of the special rules on remote working for the private sector until 30 June 2022. In fact, until a few days ago, it seemed that the […]

04 Apr 2022
Termination Notice and the Right to Compensation

With ordinance no. 27934 of October 13 2021, the supreme Court ruled on the right of the terminating party to obtain payment of the substitute indemnity the event that the other party waives the notice period. Continue reading

02 Mar 2022
Legal Framework for Remote Working to be Written

As has been effectively said, the future (and present) of the world of work is a hybrid of the real world and the virtual world. The lockdowns were a tremendous opportunity for companies to experiment with new forms of work such as remote work. In reality, it was a mix of factors that escape any […]

31 Jan 2022
Latest Court decisions on COVID in the workplace

Already a few months ago, I faced the issue of the possible consequences for unvaccinated workers in the company, focusing on the one hand, the need for the employer to have to protect the privacy of employees and on the other the obligation to comply with art. 2087 of the Civil Code. This is a […]

14 Sep 2021
How Can Employers Deal with Anti-Vax Workers?

“The spontaneous decision of an employee not to get vaccinated could lead to his suspension from work, in cases of impossibility of assignment to a different job, without prejudice to the judgment of the company doctor who may deem a worker unsuitable based on the type of duties to be carried out and the risk […]

14 Sep 2021
How To Restart the Labour Market

To restart the labour market, social dialogue will be crucial in identifying effective active labour policies  by Giacinto Favalli The rules that have been progressively enacted to stem the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic cannot be considered adequate and sufficient from a medium and long-term point of view. In terms of labour law, the most […]

28 May 2021
To restart the labour market, social dialogue will be crucial in identifying effective active labour policies

by Giacinto Favalli The rules that have been progressively enacted to stem the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic cannot be considered adequate and sufficient from a medium and long-term point of view. In terms of labour law, the most dramatic consequences of the pandemic today are those deriving from the reduction of economic and productive […]

03 May 2021

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