Why choose our Corporate and Criminal lawyers?The team specialise in defending individuals and providing advice to companies on activities that could have repercussions from a criminal law perspective, including the complex subject of ‘product liability’.
We have significant experience in defending corporate, financial and bankruptcy crimes and in criminal-tax disputes arising from Legislative Decree 74/2000.
Our team also has proven experience in defending in court, companies charged with administrative liability under Law 231/01. We also sit on the supervisory boards of numerous leading commercial and financial companies, including listed companies where we provide advice and out-of-court assistance. As such we have true experience and insight of how clients think and work day-to-day.
We also advise clients on criminal cases regarding liability due to breaches of health and safety in the workplace, environmental crimes, crimes against public administrations and assets. Also, thanks to our long-term and in-depth experience in the Life Sciences sector, we regularly advise on criminal aspects connected to the pharmaceutical business and medical fault.
Our firm assists its clients in courts at every level and advise clients in the following areas:
- Tax crimes
- Health and safety in the workplace offences
- Environmental crimes
- Bankruptcy crimes (bankruptcy and criminal aspects generally related to collective procedures)
- Crimes against public administrations
- Criminal product liability
- Criminal law relating to banking and financial markets
- Liability of companies and entities pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01, both advisory (revision, updating and suitability assessments of organisation, management and control models) and in relation to legal aspects before the criminal court
- Pharmaceutical criminal law
- Customs crimes
- Public order offences and crimes against the administration of justice
- Urban planning and construction crimes
- Criminal law relating to industrial and intellectual property
- Criminal law relating to privacy information and protection
- Medical-surgical criminal liability
- Crimes against the person, assets and public confidence.