Daverio & Florio provides full assistance in contentious and non-contentious matters related to employment (public and private sectors) and social insurance.

Daverio & Florio provides legal assistance in all issues connected with employment law, in both the private and public sectors, and social insurance, advising on non-contentious matters and acting for clients before the courts in contentious cases.

Our legal assistance in all its forms is designed and delivered with specific attention to the needs of, and in close collaboration with, each client.

Daverio & Florio has built up specific and specialized expertise in all areas concerned with employment, and in particular in issues relating to:

  • Employment contracts

  • Transfer, secondment, travelling for work and change of duties

  • Disciplinary procedures, individual terminations and collective dismissals

  • Staff down-sizing, CIGO and CIGS furlough and redundancy schemes, solidarity contracts

  • Corporate restructuring, transfer of business, mergers, demergers and spin-offs

  • Remuneration and regulatory issues

  • Remuneration policies in the banking sector

  • Employment relationships and data protection regulations

  • Employment relationships and IT

  • Health and safety in the workplace, accidents at work

  • Dealing with the public administration and with independent contractors

  • Staff leasing contracts

  • Tender contracts

  • Supplementary pensions and social insurance schemes

  • Due diligence

  • Agency workers

  • Supplementary pensions

We also have specific expertise in managing procedures and relations with Independent Authorities, Public Bodies and Trade Unions.

Daverio & Florio also deals with the drafting, implementation and review of company policies and rules which are indispensable in the management of personnel.

Our firm boasts a specific Research Department, led by Vincenzo Ferrante, Full Professor of Employment Law at Università Cattolica del S. Cuore in Milan, who among other initiatives oversaw the drafting of “Codice Europeo del Lavoro” (European Employment Code), the first collection of the most important EU regulations governing employment relationships.

“Most of our professionals have a high school background in classical studies, attend language courses abroad, and graduated from the Master’s programme in employment law organized by Scuola di Alta Formazione, AGI – Associazione Giuslavoristi Italiani (the Italian Employment Lawyers’ Association)”