Beyond the health aspects, one of the most serious dangers associated with the Covid emergency19 is the worrying impact on the economy. Our country may have to face a sort of "competition pandemic" that could push in a very concentrated time an unprecedented number of companies to resort to bankruptcy proceedings. This imposes, more than the opportunity, the need to modify the current legislation to adapt it to the peak of the corporate crisis that awaits us, with the aim of mitigating its systemic effects. The bankruptcy phase, in fact, is intimately connected with the physiology of the economy and its inadequate functioning can act as a multiplier of the financial crisis - with significant negative repercussions in economic and social terms.
In the last period, several professionals have been confronted with this risk and have outlined, de jure condendo, some hypotheses of reform on the subject. We therefore thought it appropriate to organize a round table - with the partnership of Giuffrè Francis Lefevbre – involving some of the leading experts on the subject, so that they could illustrate their proposals and open a specialist comparison between the different hypotheses in order to find together some elements of synthesis.
When: Thursday 11th June from 2.30 pm to 5 pm.
1 - h. 2:30 pm | Introduction
Greetings and introduction: Dott. Fabrizio Garofoli - Morri Rossetti
Overview of the topic: Professor and Lawyer Mr. Stefano Ambrosini – Università Piemonte Orientale
2 - h. 2:45 pm | Exposure of the different reform proposals and subsequent comparison between the panelists, mediated by Mr. Cesare Meroni - Meroni Carissimi Mariottini
Mr. Stefano Morri - Morri Rossetti
Mr. Marcello Pollio - Pollio & Associati
Mr. Sol. (Eng & Wales) Giorgio Corno - Corno Avvocati
Mr. Fabio Cesare - MCM Avvocati
Mr. Francesco Mucciarelli - Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
3 - h. 4:45 pm | Summary and final considerations
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