Today, regarding the new employment law in Italy, Luca Failla told The Times that “this is the first reform to employment law in more than 40 years”. But, if even if “it is a big change for our clients […] the new law has lots of grey areas”.
As the employment landscape changes, the newspaper observes, it is “significant that a new type of specialist law firm has emerged to advise corporate clients”. That is the case of LABLAW – Studio Legale, where Luca Failla is a founding partner .
Read the full article at The Times online.