I am a Cassation lawyer, specialising in labour, trade union and social security law.
I am also a professor of employment law and social security at the Faculty of Economics at the Sapienza University of Rome.
In particular, my work is focused upon supporting companies in the management of all aspects concerning the relationship between employer and employee, from the time of its establishment to its conclusion, and supporting clients in contexts where it is necessary to review their organisational structures.
Together with a group of my colleagues, I have advised many companies in extraordinary operations, such as company sales and mergers, dealing with all labour and social security issues arising from those processes.
Our clients are assisted, where necessary, in ordinary litigation as well as before the higher jurisdictions.
I have also accrued broad experience on issues of public and private welfare, assisting, inter alia, companies in the preparation and management of corporate, group or category welfare plans.
I am the author of numerous publications on social security, labour and trade union issues.
I was a member and Deputy Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Authority (Covip) on pension funds and a member of the Self-Government Body of the Accounting Judiciary (Court of Auditors).
In my spare time I enjoy reading contemporary Italian literature, going to the cinema and going on long walks with my beagle.
I advise my clients in Italian and English.