Wong Fleming met with deBedin & Lee in Italy

Pictured from left to right are IR Global members Dan Fleming and Linda Wong of New Jersey and Pennsylvania’s Wong Fleming, and Alberto Predieri and Marco Bisceglia of Italy’s de Bedin & Lee, who recently met in Milan to discuss joint cooperative efforts between their two law firms.

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Studio Carlo Veronese joins IR as the exclusive Immigration Law Member in Italy

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Carlo Veronese of Studio Carlo Veronese. Carlo has joined IR as our exclusive Immigration Law Member in Italy. Carlo graduated in business and economics at Università Bocconi in Milan with a degree and founded his own firm in 1996. He is […]

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Facebook glasses: why so many doubts about compatibility with privacy rights

In recent days EssilorLuxottica has presented to the public the Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses, made incollaboration with Facebook; the device, which has been released in some markets (including Italy), allowsusers to take photos and record videos with voice commands or by pressing a button on the right-hand spectacle rod. It also has small speakers that […]

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Notes On Law Decree No. 77 Of July 31, 2021 Of The Italian Government, Enacting The Governance Of The National Recovery And Resilience Plan And Initial Measures To Strengthen Administrative Structures And Speed Up And Streamline Administrative Procedures – So Called “Decreto Semplificazioni Bis” Converted Into Law No. 108 Of July 29, 2021.

Law – Decree no. 77 of May 31, 2021, (hereinafter the “Decree”) converted into Law no. 108 of July 29, 2021, provides for a series of changes with reference to both the simplification of administrative procedures and the Green Economy, whose main ones are outlined here below. • Under Title I of the Decree, amendments […]

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Digital Nomads: a new professional frontier

Who are digital nomads The Covid-19 health emergency has certainly turned our lives upside down. Maintaining the necessary interpersonal distance, with the consequent limitation on office attendance, has forced workers and companies to radically rethink their employment, making it more “agile”. It is no coincidence, in fact, that the growth of Smart Working has been […]

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Further Notes On Law Decree No. 76 Of July 16, 2020 Of The Italian Government, Enacting Urgent Measures On Simplification And Digital Innovation – So Called “Decreto Semplificazioni”, Converted Into Law No. 120 Of September 11, 2020

Making reference to the already posted note on the above subject matter, it appears relevant to provide the following further information in relation thereto. Query:➢ does the Law Decree provide the ability for project owners to replace the majority of the solar panels in ground mounted projects keeping their original feed in tariffs? Pursuant to […]

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Alexander Gebhard joins LawFed BRSA as of counsel

Alexander deals, mainly in cross border transactions with German-speaking clients (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), with corporate and commercial law, real estate law, civil law (family and inheritance), including in court. He was born in Waiblingen, Germany and moved permanently to Italy in 1978, where he began his legal career at his father’s law firm, a point of reference […]

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Alexander Gebhard

Of Counsel, LawFed BRSA

Like on Facebook? It can be defamation!

How many times have we liked comments that, in fact, we have not read or have read superficially? This gesture, for seven municipal employees can cost a conviction for defamation. On November 1st, in fact, the process that sees them involved for putting a “like” on a facebook post that is considered offensive will begin. […]

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