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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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Articles tagged with “Employment Activities”

Sep 24

Italy: Recent Provisions on Job On-Call Agreement

Legal Framework Law No. 92/2012 (the “Law”) – entered into force on July 18, 2012 – introduces significant changes to job on-call regulations, set forth in detail by the Ministry of Labor in order No. 20/2012 . Job on-call is a type of employment relationship in which an employee makes himself or herself available to… continued

Article added to: Labour and Employment
Sep 17

Is it lawful to remotely monitor employees’ work activities through the use of surveillance systems?

Italian legal framework The acquisition and use of personal data from workplace surveillance systems is currently unregulated in Italy. Article 134 of Legislative Decree no. 196 (June 30, 2003), “Personal data protection Code” (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”) states only that the Data Protection Authority (hereinafter, “the Authority”) supports the introduction of a code of professional conduct… continued

Article added to: Labour and Employment
Dec 1

Localization systems are legal for vehicles used for employment activities – but on what conditions?

Under Italian law, all forms of distance monitoring are prohibited by Article 4 of the Statute of Employees (Law 300/1970), as well as by Article 114 of the Privacy Code (Legislative Decree 196/2003), which expressly refers to the provision of the Statute of Employees. In particular, the law prohibits the use of distance monitoring systems… continued

Article added to: Labour and Employment