"Fantastic business acumen and goes directly to the core of the issue"Chambers and Partners, 2013

Trevisan & Cuonzo offers a comprehensive employment law service firmly rooted in its extensive experience and expertise. Its specialised employment law practice provides employers and individuals with strategic legal advice on:

  • consulting agreements
  • domestic and cross-border issues
  • national and international outsourcing agreements
  • employment agreements
  • employment and human resources policies
  • executive and director agreements
  • personnel reorganisation programs
  • privacy, confidentiality and non-competition issues
  • redundancy and dismissal issues
  • remuneration packages
  • work safety issues
  • workplace injury and illness issues
  • employees inventions
  • assignment of IP rights originating from employees
  • confidentiality agreements

In conjunction with the firm's commercial law department, the employment law team also advises on employment issues involved in:

  • mergers, acquisitions and divestitures
  • corporate restructuring, reorganisation and relocation
  • assignments of business and business divisions

Trevisan & Cuonzo's lawyers are well placed to manage any litigation arising out of employment disputes.

Recent key representations include:

  • Assisting a multi-national company operating in the leisure clothing sector with restructuring, review and reorganization and personnel restructuring
  • Assisting a multi-national company operating in the software development sector in negotiating and drafting confidentiality and non-competition agreements with its employees
  • Assisting a multi-national company operating in the energy sector in drafting consulting agreements involving high-profile IP rights, and in managing possible IP-related issues deriving therefrom
  • Advising clients active in the development of advanced production sites for iron and steel, with particular respect to issues deriving from consulting agreements where the existence of subordination was claimed