The spread of Covid-19 from China to Italy and the rest of the world has triggered an unprecedented health emergency and has created uncertainties for businesses, also from a legal and tax standpoint.

Working alongside companies, advising and guiding them to interpret the measures continually being introduced in Italy is our Covid-19 Task Force’s mission, established at the outset to do exactly that.

In this complex time of uncertainty and ever-evolving regulatory landscape, we have united our multidisciplinary forces to give our clients concrete help by providing timely and up-to-date answers.

Our Task Force is working round the clock to provide essential advice on the following areas of Italian law: administrative, banking and finance, bankruptcy, civil and commercial contracts, competition/antitrust, compliance, corporate, corporate crime, court proceedings, employment, healthcare and life sciences, international arbitration, privacy, shipping and transport and tax.

Multidisciplinary expertise, flexibility and punctuality is what distinguishes us.

If you require any information or have any queries regarding Covid-19, please email the Task Force at

Our latest Covid-19 publications:

Covid-19: updated vademecum to 22 Jan.

The end of last year and the start of this one saw a slew of new rules affecting both business and daily life. To help you keep track of everything, our Covid-19 Task Force has updated the affected sections of the vademecum: labour law, bankin …

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Covid-19: vademecum updated to 10 Dec.

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 …

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Covid-19: vademecum updates following Prime Ministerial Decree of 24 Oct. and the "Ristori Decree"

Prime Ministerial Decree of 24 Oct. introduced further restrictive measures (to those introduced with the prime ministerial decrees of 13 and 18 Oct.) to combat Covid-19. And the Ristori Decree (Law Decree No. 137 of 28 Oct.) introduced financial measures to support workers and businesses affec …

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Legislative and Regulatory changes / Guidelines

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Employee protections and liability of employers

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Transport, Infrastructures and Public Services

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