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CMS Italy | Italy | 27 Oct 2020

The Supreme Court on consumer protection rules: The consumer can terminate the contract if the lack of conformity has been fulfilled with inadequate timing or causing significant inconvenience to the consumer

A few months after the Ruling No. 10453/2020, in which it has been stated the consumer right to terminate the contract even in those cases in which…
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CMS Italy | Italy | 27 Oct 2020

La Cassazione a tutela del consumatore: se il difetto è eliminato, ma in tempi non congrui o con notevoli inconvenienti, il consumatore ha diritto a chiedere la risoluzione del contratto

A distanza di pochi mesi dalla sentenza n. 10453/2020, con cui è stata affermata la legittimità della domanda di risoluzione promossa da un…
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Stanchi Studio Legale | European Union, Italy | 5 Aug 2020

ECJ on paid leave in case of unlawful dismissal and reinstatement: Italian viewpoint

The European Court of Justice has ruled on a dismissed employee's right to indemnity for untaken holiday accrued during the period between their…
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DLA Piper | Italy | 31 Jul 2020

Country-specific: Italy

The Legislative Decree dated 1 June 2020, No. 45 , concerning the implementation of EU Directive No…
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1 Chancery Lane | European Union, Italy, United Kingdom | 22 Jul 2020

Special Briefing: The Obligation to Compensate for Criminal Injuries

On 14th May the Advocate General provided his opinion to the CJEU in Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri v BV, Case C-129/19, a reference from the…
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Jones Day | Italy | 10 Jun 2020

Italian Supreme Court: Crimes Benefiting Foreign Companies Trigger Administrative (Quasi-Criminal) Liability

The Italian Supreme Court, in a decision of April 2020, upheld significant prior lower court decisions. It held that foreign companies can be liable…
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DLA Piper | Italy | 9 Jun 2020

Country-specific: Italy

Two Supreme Court decisions find that the burden of proof lay with the tax authorities when challenging VAT recovery in a case of “subjective…
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Stevens & Bolton LLP | European Union | 8 Jun 2020

Homophobic remarks about hypothetical recruitment processes can still be considered a breach of EU equal treatment law

The European Court of Justice has decided that remarks made by a senior Italian lawyer on the radio that he would not hire a gay lawyer, even though…
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Trevisan & Cuonzo | Italy | 1 Jun 2020

Caso Kiko/Wycon: la tutela del concept store tra diritto d’autore e concorrenza sleale

Con la sentenza n. 8433 del 30 aprile 2020, la Corte di Cassazione si è espressa a favore della tutelabilità di un progetto o di un’opera di…
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K&L Gates LLP | European Union, Italy | 30 May 2020

Protection of store layout under copyright law: the KIKO case

The Italian Supreme Court decision on the KIKO case (Cass. 780/2020) is the most recent judgement made in the wake of the Cofemel decision (case…
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