STUDIO LEGALE PADOVAN STRENGTHENS ITS POSITION AS A LEADING LAW FIRM IN CHAMBERS & PARTNERS EUROPE RANKING 2023
The European rankings of leading law firms was published by Chambers & Partners on 16 March 2023. We are extremely pleased to announce that Studio Legale Padovan has been promoted Continue Reading →
WWL recognizes Marco Padovan as a leading individual in Trade & Customs 2022.
Studio Legale Padovan is pleased to announce that Marco Padovan was selected once again in this year’s edition of Who’s Who Legal: Trade & Customs 2022 as a leading individual Continue Reading →
Client Alert: Covid-19 emergency and golden power. The scope of the italian government’s special powers extended to the dual use and other sectors
In April 2020, in order to mitigate the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Italian Government introduced a new provision to protect strategic assets of the Italian economy from Continue Reading →
Comparative study: Rule of Law, National Intelligence Laws, and the protection of secrecy of telecommunications in the European Union, Finland, Sweden and China
Studio Legale Padovan is glad to share a concise comparative overview on national intelligence laws applicable to foreign intelligence gathering, i.e. when the state wishes to collect information on foreign Continue Reading →
Second edition of the Master in “Contract, Claim and Delay Management in Construction Works” – Studio Legale Padovan – CISE Consortium/Master’s School “Fratelli Pesenti” of the Politecnico di Milano
On Friday 4th October Studio Legale Padovan, acting as member of both the Scientific Commettee and the teaching Faculty, has presented the second edition 2019-2020 of the Master in “Contract, Continue Reading →
Client Alert: Italian limit on subcontracting in public contracts is not lawful. Court of Justice of the European Union, judgment of the Court (fifth chamber) of 26th September 2019, Case C-63/18.
The Court of Justice of the European Union, with its judgment rendered in Case C-63/18 on the longstanding issue regarding the compatibility of the limit to subcontracting provided by art. Continue Reading →