AL – Assistenza Legale, which is a Founding Member and the Italian representative of LINEE, is a multi-practice italian firm which was established in 2008 by Cristiano Cominotto and Francesca Passerini. Since then the firm, and interest in the firm, has grown exponentially.
Today, AL counts 15 offices, and about 100 legal professionals, located throughout Italy.
AL ‘s employment and labour practice, which is led by Founding Partner Cristiano Cominotto, advises executives, managers, and employees on a range of employment and labour law matters including: the drafting and negotiation of employment contracts, executive benefits, discrimination, pensions, private health insurance, severance packages, work permits for foreign nationals working in Italy - as well as contentious situations relating to unfair dismissals, health and safety in the workplace, and mobbing.
AL has been recognised by the Financial Times as 1 of the 50 MOST INNOVATIVE LAW FIRMS IN EUROPE in 2010 and 2011. In addition, the firm was Highly Commended for the ITALIAN LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR by The Lawyer magazine in 2011. This same year AL won their EUROPEAN NICHE LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR award.
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AL‘s Italian Employment and Labour Law practice advises executives, managers, and employees on a range of employment and labour matters including: the drafting and negotiation of employment contracts, executive benefits, discrimination, health & safety, mobbing, pensions, private health insurance, severance packages, unfair dismissals and work permits for foreign nationals working in Italy.
AL is also well versed in representing executives and employees in contentious situations – representing them in arbitration, mediation, and litigation both in and out of court.
Our Employment and Labour Law team is headed by Cristiano Cominotto, a Founding Partner of AL – Assistenza Legale. He has over 20 years of experience advising both national and international executives and employees on a range of employment and labour law issues. In addition, he also works closely with one of Italy’s top trade trade unions providing counsel on the protection of employees’ rights, in a number of industrial and service sectors, throughout Italy.
For more detailed information please read our report NEED TO KNOW : EMPLOYMENT LAW IN ITALY