Practice Areas

Labour Law

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Dedicated and hard-working team.

The Legal 500, 2023

Our team has an impressive track record of assisting and advising clients on all matters related to labour law, from simple employment agreements to management of personnel reorganisation programs, advice on national and international outsourcing agreements to solving redundancy and dismissal issues.

Our experience in IP also puts us in the best position to assist clients in all employment related IP matters, such as the regulation of employees inventions, privacy, confidentiality and non-competition agreement disputes and assignment of IP rights originating from employees.

Recent notable cases:

Assisting a multinational company operating in the software development sector in negotiating and drafting confidentiality and non-competition agreements with its employees

Assisting a multinational 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

Assisting an Italian innovative company operating in the lighting sector with the preparation and management of the employment contract with inventors and of the ancillary documents regarding trade secrets and know-how protection

Assisting a Dutch fashion house in the termination of the employment agreements with all the employees employed in one of its points of sale, as a consequence of the definitive closure of the shop

Assisting an international recruitment organization in assessing possible solutions for a complex operation of temporary technical staff recruitment and in the evaluation of the opening of an Italian branch

Assisting a US television network in the preparation and management of employment agreements with the personnel in particular with journalists, including the regulation of copyright assignment issues

Labour Law - Trevisan & Cuonzo