Covid-19: vademecum updated to 10 Dec.
10 December 2020

The government introduced/extended various measures at the end of November to support businesses and citizens throughout Italy: (a) the Ristori-ter Decree; (b) Law No. 159 of 27 Nov. 2020, which converted into law (with amendments) the law decree that extended the national state of emergency to 31 Jan.; and (c) the Ristori-quater Decree.

The Law Decree No. 158 of 2 Dec. and Prime Ministerial Decree of 3 Dec. – in force until 15 Jan. – extend the validity of all Covid-related prime ministerial decrees from 30 to 50 days and introduce (among other things) more travel restrictions between 21 Dec. and 6 Jan.

Our Covid-19 Task Force has updated the affected sections of the vademecum, namely: labour law, tax law, transport law, administrative law, corporate law, criminal liabilities and state aid and golden power. As usual, everything is covered: the main areas addressed, the salient points and who is affected, along with some operational guidelines.

You can consult the table of contents here – just click on the section of interest.