Vertical web portals with the aim of sharing multi-specialised knowledge
The Project 'Osservatori' was launched in 2019 and was among the first on the market. It acts as an editorial tool that stimulates and enhances the integration of expertise on a specific topic to provide a ‘vertical’ specialist service - in line with the market’s growing demands and expectations.
Each Observatory is designed to capture intellectual activity around specific themes, to strengthen our role as an integrated multidisciplinary firm.
The aim is to become a point of reference and a practical tool for those who have to address issues related to what is covered in the various Observatories, which are projects open to dialogue and contribution from outside, from Clients and experts in every subject.
Some Observatories, in addition to collecting articles by the Firm’s professionals on the most relevant news, contain a rational and organised collection of regulatory sources, case law and reference practice - to facilitate access and consultation by all stakeholders (companies and professionals) in a single editorial source.
The Observatories are also an excellent training ground for young professionals who want to experience the profession as a place of thought and study outside the traditional academic circuits.
All Observatories have a corresponding LinkedIn page.
The 'Osservatorio 231' is a useful tool for those who are confronted with specific 231 issues and for those who wish to learn more about the latest sector developments.
The 'Osservatorio Ristrutturazione e Insolvenza' updates the reader on the most relevant legislative and jurisprudential developments in business crisis law.
The 'Osservatorio TMT e Data Protection' updates the reader on the most relevant legal developments in the data protection, technology, media, and telecommunications field.
The 'Osservatorio Wealth Management' provides in-depth analysis on the management, protection, enhancement, and transmission of the assets of individuals and non-commercial entities.
The 'Osservatorio Fiscalità Internazionale' informs the reader about new international and EU legislation, case law and practice.
The 'Osservatorio Giustizia Tributaria' analyses relevant and topical issues arising from tax law developments.
The Labour Observatory aims to update readers on the most relevant regulatory and jurisprudential developments in the field of labour law and HR Management & Compliance.
The 'Osservatorio Corporate M&A' aims to be a useful tool for those who face specific issues in the field of company law, informing the reader about new regulations and case law.
The Tax Reform Observatory aims to inform and update the reader on the ambitious tax reform project wanted by the Italian Government. It aims to become a tool to monitor the various stages of the project related to the reform of the national tax system, providing the reader with an accurate analysis of its contents as well as food for thought in relation to the opportunities and possible criticalities that this reform may cause.