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Luca Antonetto

Firm: Studio legale Ferreri
Country: Italy

Practice Area: Commercial Agency

  • Via Ettore De Sonnaz 11
    10121 Torino
In General, on the Firm

Studio legale Ferreri originates from Bonino-Ferreri Studio operating in Turin since the beginning of the last century. Paolo Emilio Ferreri in 1946 was launched at the forensic practice, carrying on the professional activity, under the wise guidance of the Holders of the same, up to March 1965.

In April of the same year he initiates the present Studio legale Ferreri, establishing the headquarters in Via Ettore De Sonnaz n. 11. Still today unchanged, but constantly being expanded as a structure.

In fact, thanks to the collaboration of valid and sectorally already established colleagues - among them, in a prominent position, it marks the figure of the lawyer Piero De Donato - and with the decisive contribution of new generations of well-trained young people, have grown rapidly through continuous legal experience across the board, the firm had substantial development, so enriching personally and professionally.

In 1980, the Firm adopted the form of professional association.

The merger with the law firm Martorelli, in 2003, resulted in a central moment in the life and the Studio qualifying.

Currently, the Firm has thirteen members, of which Paolo Emilio Ferreri and Piero De Donato honorary members from 2009 and three associated in participation; it benefits from the contribution of valid, young lawyers and as happened in 1946, continues to devote his time to start the forensic practice numerous doctors in law. They are also present in the operating environment of the Studio academics, in consulting activities.

Organization

Flexible structure and multiple areas of specialization characterize the law firm Ferreri.

In particular, the Firm provides advice and assistance - both out of court and in judicial and arbitration disputes - in all areas of civil law. In addition, there is an operational section in court consultancy in criminal, commercial and economic law.

The partners and academics consultants treat directly and personally professional assignments entrusted with the support of lawyers and collaborators of the most professionally believes appropriate Studio.

The firm has an accredited national and international network with qualified professionals and corresponding legal and, through participation in the most prestigious professional networks, is therefore able to provide assistance with reference to different countries and markets.

Since 2008 the law firm collaborates with Studio Ferreri FratiniVergano Brussels, specializing in international and Community law.

In addition, in order to offer a global assistance to the customer, the firm uses an external network of qualified consultants such as, for example, accountants, tax consultants, tax lawyers and notaries.

All of Studio components are held to a constant and painstaking professional development and, for the conduct of their business, they can count on complete and constantly updated library and legal and economic newspaper library, as well as using the latest technology, with particular reference to computerized databases.

The firm dedicates part of its social assistance activities free (remember, among others, the Green Cross and the Abele Group).

In particular, Mr. Luca Antonetto abstract of  CV

Luca Antonetto,

resident in Turin,

corso G. Matteotti, n. 38

domiciled for the profession in Turin,

Via E. de Sonnaz, n. 11

Ø  Born on June 13, 1964 in Turin;

Ø  1983: classic high school leaving certificate at the Liceo Massimo d’Azeglio (60/60);

Ø  1991: law graduation at the “Università degli Studi di Torino” (Turin University) (110/110,  summa cum laudae and dignity of print), with a thesis in Law Philosophy on the Anglo-Saxon liberal thought, rapporteur professor Enrico di Robilant;

Ø  1992: “Luisa Guzzo” award for the best thesis in Philosophy of the Law’s Faculty;

Ø  from 1991 to 1998 assistant Lecturer of Prof. Enrico di Robilant at the department of  Law Philosophy;

Ø  from 1991 to 1993: trainee lawyer at Studio Legale Ferreri, Via  Ettore de Sonnaz n. 11, Turin;

Ø  1993-1994: Bar exam at the Appellate Court of Turin;

Ø  registered at the lawyers register of Turin from  27 October 1994;

Ø  from 1995: partner of Studio Legale Ferreri, via Ettore de Sonnaz n. 11, Turin, specialisation in Labour Law, Agency Agreement, Para-employment Working Relationship and  also Copyright Law;

Ø  from 1999 to 2003: Labour Law II professor at the S.A.A. (Business and Management School) of Turin;

Ø  from 2003: vice-president of the Italian Labour Law Specialist Association, Piedmont and Valle D’Aosta section;

Ø  Professor of the "Advanced Course of Labour Law Formation” organized by the Italian Labour Law Specialist Association, Piedmont and Valle D’Aosta section for the formation of specialist lawyers;

Ø  foreign language: English and French.

Professional Activity

ØMainly performed in the Labour Law field, subordinate and  parasubordinate (agency, coordinate and continuously collaboration and also “Project Contract”) relationship; mobbing and work security ex D.Lgs. 81/2008; commercial agency and distribution contracts, national and international: privacy ex D.Lgs. 196/2003; legal person responsibility for   administrative offences of their managers and employees, ex D.Lgs. 231/2001; public and private procurement; industrial and intellectual property rights, etc.

Didactic Experiences

v From 1991 to 1998 assistant Lecturer of Prof. Enrico di Robilant department of  Law Philosophy;

v from 1999 to 2003: Labour Law II professor at S.A.A. (Business and Management School) of Turin;

v business training and periodic refresher courses in relation to work security at different companies;

v periodical business training and refresher courses in relation to privacy at different firms (in particular, Centrale dei Bilanci S.r.l. and CERVED);

v IPSOA professional training courses for accountants and IPSOA company law master: various lessons in relation to legal person responsibility for administrative offences of their managers and employees;

v professional training courses for trainee lawyer  at the Turin’s Training School: lesson in relation to General Manager position and responsibility;

v professional training courses for young lawyers: in relation to labour Law and Agency Law (2001- 2005);

v speech during criminal  commercial course at the Università degli Studi di Torino (Turin University), Law Faculty: lesson in relation to administrators conflict of interests limited companies and in groups of companies  (2005);

v training cycle of the sanitary managers of the Novara Hospital and of the A.S.L. 13 (Novara) and 14 (Omegna) in relation to privacy: "Sanitary manager legitimacy and ethics in the protection of the patients and users information”, organized by Praxi S.p.A. (2006)

v training for Alessandria’s Province managers on the labour aspects of the Piedmont Region Law n. 22 - 26 June 2006, in relation to the travellers transport by rental bus with drivers (October 2006);

v lessons at the “Advanced Course of Labour law Formation” organized by the Italian Labour Law Specialist Association, Piedmont and Valle D’Aosta section for the formation of specialist lawyers (2006-2007 and 2007-2008 editions).

Publications (abstract, last 10 years)

1)       The sunset of the “del credere risk” and the residual responsibility of the agent for the future in the promoted contract, in Giurisprudenza Piemontese, 2000, 2, pages 225-277.

2)       The part-time reform: from the CEE guidelines to D.Lgs. 61/2000, in Europa e Diritto, L'informazione dell'Unione Industriale, 2000, 3, pages 37-48.

3)       The Agent’s non-competition agreement new regime: new and old problems, in Giurisprudenza Piemontese, 2001, 2, pages 169-197.

4)       The problems of the copyright reform, in Europa e Diritto, L'informazione dell'Unione Industriale, March 2001, pages. 1-6.

5)       Internet and the copyright protection: the new guidelines of the 2001/29/CE directive in Europa e Diritto, L'informazione dell'Unione Industriale, December 2001, pages 49-56.

6)       The directive n. 84/2001/CE and the harmonisation of the graphic art authors “resale rights”, March 2002, pages 1-8.

7)       The new agent collective agreements: relevance indemnity  payment (at the right of Cass. 11402/00, Cass. 11189/02 and Cass. 11791/02), in Giurisprudenza Piemontese, 2002, 3, pages 372-417;

8)  Agency indemnity: the disharmony of the legitimacy spheres in Giurisprudenza Italiana, 2003, 1, I, pages 101-107.

9)  Article 2396 – General Managers - Comment, in Il nuovo diritto societario, Commentario directed by Gastone Cottino, Guido Bonfante, Oreste Cagnasso and Paolo Montalenti, Bologna, Zanichelli, 2004, Tomo I, pages 834-863.

10)   Agency indemnity: great end? in Europa e Diritto, L'informazione dell'Unione Industriale, December 2005, pages 73-83.

11)   Disciplinary systems and people subjected ex D.Lgs. 231/2001, in La Responsabilità Amministrativa delle Società e degli Enti, 2006, 2, pages 55-68.

12)   Disciplinary systems and senior management ex D.Lgs. 231/2001, in La Responsabilità Amministrativa delle Società e degli Enti, 2006, 4, pages 12

13)   The works overtime new regime: the weekly daily rest, new and old problems, on website A.G.I. – Associazione Giuslavoristi Italiani, www.giuslav.it.

14)   Corporate groups reorganization: the job relations management, in the acts meeting the company reorganization: the work relationship and redundancies management, Synergia Formazione, 2006.

15)   The works overtime new regime: from D.Lgs. 66/2003 to the new guidelines in relation to the processing of the workers’ personal data, in Giurisprudenza Piemontese, 2006, 3, pages. 357 – 393.

16)   Entry General Manager, in S. Patti (directed by) Il Diritto, Enciclopedia Giuridica del Sole 24 Ore, Volume 5 - DER-ELE, Milan, 2007, pages 94-103.

17)   The responsible manager of the accounting and company documents drafting,  in acts of Society forum Organisational trims adequacy and corporate bodies responsibility, Synergia Formazione, 2007.

18)   The responsible manager of the accounting and company documents drafting, in Rivista di Diritto dell'Impresa, directed by Niccolò Abriani, Astolfo Di Amato and Franco Di Sabato, Naples, III, 2007, pages 487 - 542.

19)   The regime of relationship and the responsibility of the Watching Structure’s members in La Responsabilità Amministrativa delle Società e degli Enti, 2008, 1, pages 75-86.

20)   The entrepreneurial activity suspension measures: Labour Ministry’s circulars no. 22/10/07 and 14/11/07, in meeting acts hygiene and safety at work – Inspections and employer responsibility, Synergia Formazione, 2008.

21)   The Watching Structure: role, functions and responsibilities, Proceedings of the Conference Compliance programs and legal entities responsibility (D.Lgs. 231/01), Synergia Formazione, 2008.

22)   The roles involved in the safety management between new and old discipline: il responsabile del servizio di prevenzione e protezione (health and safety manager) and the operators, Proceedings of the Conference Safety at work regulation: personal and collective criminal responsibility, Synergia Formazione, 2008.

23)   The system of sanctions for managers and employees: labour law aspects and the Watching Structure role in corporate governance, Proceedings of the Conference The Risk Manager and the Watching Structure in the corporate governance, Synergia Formazione, 2008.

24)   Contracts: joint and several liability and safety management in light of the recent reforms, Proceedings of the Conference Safety at work regulation: risk assessment, D.V.R. e D.U.V.R.I. (legislative decree no. 81/08), Synergia Formazione, 2008.

25)   Entry General Manager, in Società e Fallimento, directed by N. Abriani e A. Castagnola, Edizioni Il Sole 24 Ore, 2008, pages  262-269.

26)   Company responsibility for accidents in the workplace. Answers, explanations and solutions, the Insights of – the Administrative responsibility of companies and legal entities – www.rivista231.it, Milan, Excelsior Hotel Gallia, organised by Plenum S.r.l..

27)   The legal entity responsibility for accident prevention: from legislative decree no. 231/01 to legislative decree 81/08, proceedings at the Convention Work: care, liability and compensation, Rome, INAIL’s headquarter Auditorium, organized by Superior School for Legal Profession, in partnership with INAIL Lawyers Association.

28)   Roles identification, relationships and possible overlapping between the control bodies, Proceedings at the Convention on Legal entities responsibility (legislative decree 231/2001): code of ethics, compliance programs, predicate offence and watch structure, Rome, The Westin Excelsior, organized by Synergia Formazione S.r.l..

29)   The disciplinary system, in Società e modello «231»: ma che colpa abbiamo noi?, Analisi giuridica dell'Economia, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2009, 2, pages 287-306.

30)   February-march 2010, participation, as technical consultant, to the modification project to the d.p.r. 5 January 1950, n. 180 and l. 7 march 1996, n. 108, in relation to the project "How to bring back the «Cessione del quinto dello stipendio» to a real facilitation for the employee and, as such, valuable for the employers and the community too", on the initiative of Fondazione Antiusura CRT la Scialuppa Onlus, in collaboration with Unione Industriale di Torino and Camera di Commercio di Torino.

31)   General Managers (art. 2396 c.c.), pages 1169-1184, in G. Bonilini – M. Confortini, Codice Commentato delle Società, a cura di N. Abriani - M. Stella-Richter, Utet, Turin, 2010.

32)   The officer in charge of preparing the company’s accounting documents (art. 154 bis, D.Lgs. 24.2.1998, n. 58), pages 3446-3468, in G. Bonilini – M. Confortini, Codice Commentato delle Società, a cura di N. Abriani - M. Stella-Richter, Utet, Turin, 2010.

33)   The officer in charge of preparing the company’s accounting documents, in Atti del Convegno Safety at work regulation: personal and collective responsibility aspects, Synergia Formazione, 2008.

34)   Photographer and the photographed rights. The Italian regulation, comparisons with the European regulation in relation to management models and contractual problems, pages 54-64, in Proceedings of Workshop, Foundations picture libraries: management and promotion, Eventi & progetti Editore, 2012.

35)   Fiscal and pay incentives related to the second-level agreements, in Nuovo Notiziario Giuridico, 2012, 1, pages 1-38 (co-author Giuseppe Paone).

36)   Developments and conflicts relating to employment certification, in Nuovo Notiziario Giuridico, 2012, 2, pages 239-287 (co-author Giuseppe Paone).

37)   General Managers  (art. 2396 c.c.), pages 1164 -1184, in G. Bonilini – M. Confortini, I Codici Commentati, Codice delle Società, a cura di Niccolò Abriani, seconda edizione, Utet, Torino, 2016;

38)   Manager entrusted of the preparation of corporate accounting documents (art. 154 bis, D.Lgs. 24.2.1998, n. 58), pages. 3494 - 3519, in G. Bonilini – M. Confortini, Codice delle Società, a cura di Niccolò Abriani, second edition, Utet, Turin, 2016.

39) IT control between prevention duties under d.lgs. 231/01 and duty of workers protection and privacy, in Report of the meeting Tavoli 231, 22nd March 2017, Milan, organized by Plenum S.r.l., Administrative liability of the companies and administrative body.








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