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Who We Are
Portolano Cavallo concentra la propria attività nel settore TMT sin dalla sua nascita nel 2001 ed è ora riconosciuto come lo studio legale italiano leader in questo settore.
The Firm
Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale was founded in 2001 by partners Manuela Cavallo and Francesco Portolano. The firm’s activity is mainly focused on the corporate/M&A sector and the media industry.
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Article added in November 2012

Nov 8

Arbitration in Italy and around the world
A brief comparative overview of International
and domestic arbitration: 4 key differences

Arbitration is a common way of resolving commercial disputes in today’s business landscape. Especially in instances of complex disputes, parties are increasingly turning away from national dispute forums and are instead entrusting one or more arbitrators with the task of settling their disputes. The steady growth in popularity of arbitration can be observed both in… continued

Article added to: Dispute resolution
Nov 7

Portolano Cavallo turns 11

Portolano Cavallo turns 11.  We started with 4 lawyers and one client in a basement in a not so central area of Rome.  Our “senior” partner was 32.  We were, for all practical purposes, a start-up. Since then, we have never steered from our vision to be a different kind of law firm: we strive… continued

Nov 2

New Italian Rules on Transfers of Call Centers Outside Italy

On August 7, 2012, the Italian Parliament approved Law no. 134 which converted into law Decree no. 83/2012, of June 22, 2012, on certain urgent measures to foster the economic growth of Italy, which, among others, introduced new rules in connection with transfers outside Italy of call centers which employ at least 20 workers (“Law”)…. continued

Article added to: Technologies
Nov 1

Questions over technological protection measures for games consoles

Introduction On July 26 2012 the Court of Milan referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for a preliminary ruling in connection with technological protection measures applied to video game consoles (Case 355/12, Nintendo Co, Ltd). The ECJ referral follows a long-running dispute between Japanese gaming company Nintendo and Italian company PCBox Srl, which… continued