Avv. Danilo Vitali
Danilo Vitali is a lawyer specialized in employment law, who provides advice in both litigation and out-of-court matters
He is the name partner and CEO of Studio Legale Vitali. The firm is based in Milan and Rome
He earned his degree in law with honours from University of Pavia in 1979.
Since 1982 he is a member of the Italian Bar Association and since 1997 he has the right to plead before the Italian Supreme Court
Since 2002 he is a member of AGI (Avvocati Giuslavoristi Italiani)
He is also a member of the National board of AIDP-PA (Associazione Italiana per la Direzione del Personale – Pubblica Amministrazione)
He has been Vice Extraordinary Commissioner of INAIL (the National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work) and a member of the Special Commission that was designated to reform the Consolidated Act on Insurance against Accidents at Work
For several years he was a lecturer at Istituto di Diritto del Lavoro dell’Università di Pavia and at the Specialization School for Legal Professionals of the Pavia University.
In addition to his professional activities, he also is the author of numerous publications on industrial relations, labour and social security law published in several journals, such as Corriere Giuridico, Rivista Giuridica del Lavoro and Rivista Italiana di Diritto del Lavoro.
Le relazioni sindacali fra contrattazione e cogestione, 1984, Atti Fondazione Seveso.
Le relazioni fra l’amministrazione e i sindacati, 1987, Giuffrè.
Qualificazione contrattuale ed elaborazione degli effetti: una verifica della tecnica giurisprudenziale in tema di lavoro subordinato, Riv.Giur.Lav. 1987,I, 431 ss.
Orientamenti giurisprudenziali in tema di lavoro subordinato, RIDL 1989,II, 220.
Il rapporto di lavoro negli enti pubblici locali, 1997, Ipsoa.
Avv. Paolo Grondona
Paolo Grondona is a labour lawyer based in Milan. He advises on both contentious and non-contentious matters.
He regularly advises multinational corporations in relation to the implementation of their global HR policies in Italy, as well as in relation to resolving local problems and issues with Italian employees and trade unions. Paolo also has extensive experience in dealing with M&A labour issues, individual and collective dismissals, protection of health and safety in the work place, privacy in the work place, disciplinary cases. From the practice of privacy law in the work place, Paolo developed an interest for privacy law as a general area of practice. Hence, he started to work for clients in the banking and in the insurance markets. He is now a leading expert in Italy for data protection matters.
He read law at the Università di Pavia and qualified as an Italian avvocato in 1980.
Paolo is a member of the International Bar Association, and of the Salzburg Seminar Alumni Association.
He is a native Italian speaker and he is fluent in English.
Avv. Michela Bignami
Michela Bignami earned her degree in law from the University of Pavia in 2003 and since 2009 she is a member of the Italian Bar Association.
Michela Bignami has worked in a number of outstanding law firms in Milan, before joining Studio Legale Vitali.
Avv. Angela Marzullo
Angela Marzullo earned her degree in law from the University of Salerno in 2006 and since 2013 she is a member of the Italian Bar Association
Avv. Luisa Marabelli
Luisa Marabelli earned her degree in law from the University of Pavia in2004 and since 2012 she is a member of the Italian Bar Association.
She is a member of AGI (Avvocati Giuslavoristi Italiani)
Avv. Maria Teresa Pezzoni
Maria Teresa Pezzoni earned her degree in law from the University of Pavia in 1996. Since 2002 she is a member of the Italian Bar Association.
Since 2009 she is a member of AGI (Avvocati Giuslavoristi Italiani)
“Regime giuridico del recesso per scadenza del termine illegittimamente apposto nel contratto d’apprendistato” RIDL, 1997, II, 812 ss.;
“Sulla natura dei vincoli contrattuali al potere disciplinare”, RIDL, 1999, II, 173.
“Sull’art. 36 St. Lav.: la “clausola sociale” e la concessione di pubblico servizio”, RIDL, II, 2000, 24 ss;
“La disciplina dei rapporti di lavoro “parasubordinato” nell’ordinamento francese”, DRI, 2000, 3.