Francesco Pedroni

Supreme Court of Cassation recognises subordinate nature of employment contracts with freelance journalists

A note and comment by Annamaria Pedroni and Andrea Stanchi for Lexology – ILO International Labor Office on Italian Supreme Court’s decision (nr. 20099, dated 14 July 2021) on a case recognising the subordinate nature of employment contracts with freelance journalists is available here. This decision appears to create serious risks for publications that contract …

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Sinthesis of Support Decree as amended by conversion law and Support Decree 2

On May 22 2021 the s.c. “Support Decree 1” has been converted into law (Law 69/2021) and on May 26 2021, the s.c. “Support Decree 2” (Law Decree 73/2021) came into force. Here below a summary of the main provisions related to employment. Suspension of dismissals The suspension of dismissals for organizational or economic reasons, …

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Towards Metaverso? From Work From Home (WFH) to the crowd sourced city

On the occasion of Milano Digital Week 2021 the event curated by Andrea Stanchi and Simonetta Muccio and organised by Organismo Congressuale Forense. Technological evolution and pandemic impose a double stress on society, exacerbating inequalities and encouraging the monadisation of individuals, through remote working, online didactics and the digitalisation of interpersonal relationships. The emerging Metaverse …

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COVID-19 pandemic and executives’ dismissal

A comment by Annamaria Pedroni for ILO – International Law Office, on the recent decision issued by the Labor Court of Rome (26 February 2021) which has deemed the ban on individual dismissals due to the COVID-19 pandemic applicable also to executives. The comment is recalling the Italian legal framework for individual dismissals for objective …

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DigForEthics: Conversations on Digital Forensics, Ethics, Law and Artificial Intelligence

Next January 29, 2021 at the DigForEthics event organised by DigForASP COST and University of Genoa, Andrea Stanchi with David Billard, Stefania Costantini, Virginia Dignum, Mattia Epifani, Francesca Lisi, Amedeo Santosuosso, Carles Sierra and Vicenç Torra, in their capacity as lawyers, DF, AI and data management experts, will share their point of view on the …

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