LABLAW expands in Padua

MILAN – Luca Failla and Francesco Rotondi, Founding Partners of LABLAW – Studio Legale are proud to announce the opening of LABLAW’s 3rd Italian of office in Padua.

This new office – located in the center of the city in Corso Garibaldi 5 – will headed by Managing Partner Stefano Barillari and his team of professionals who are all exclusively specialized in labor and employment law. There are already plans underway to expand the size of the Padua team in order to meet the growing needs of their clients in the area.

Stefano Barillari, Managing Partner of LABLAW’s new Padua office, is a well respected professional in the region who also has an impressive portfolio of corporate clientele. He is well versed in advising both national and international businesses on a diverse range of labor and employment law issues as well as assisting clients with contentious matters.

Padua, which is located in Northern Italy – in the Veneto region, is one of the most important industrial areas in all of Europe. It has been estimated that there are 1300 activities with headquarters in the region which employ more than 50,000 people. Padua’s industrial area, with its port, two train stations and three truck terminals, acts as one of the main hubs for the distribution of European goods around the world.

“The decision to be present in Padua”, says LABLAW Founding Partner Francesco Rotondi, “represents a further step in LABLAW’s development strategy which, in light of the firm’s positive growth of activities, over the past 2 years has already seen considerable territorial expansion. It began in 2009 with opening of the Rome office and today is again reinforced with a new team in Padua”.

Luca Failla, a Founding Partner of LABLAW concludes: “The opening of the new office in Padua, in addition to being part of an expansion strategy, also has the objective of offering both qualified support and highly professional tailor made service to entrepreneurs and businesses in the Veneto region. LABLAW can offer this service them – both nationally and internationally.”