Part of corporate criminal liability law is the overall integrated management of administrative and criminal disputes that company management may have to deal with through its legal representative, director, delegate or any other figure involved in the matters of interest (e.g. issues related to occupational safety, food security, business fraud, environmental protection, corporate crimes and tax offenses).


In this context, our firm can aid both businesses and individuals to make the difficult choices they are faced with, through the ongoing advice and support we offer. We assist companies from the earliest stages of investigations and work with the institutional representatives responsible for the procedure underway.

We provide highly skilled and dedicated legal defence of all kinds and at all stages, throughout Italy.

In particular, our firm collaborates with experts in providing specialist advice in the field of corporate criminal law, as well as technical assistance on behalf of freelancers, entrepreneurs and companies and banks who are facing legal, substantive and procedural issues connected to criminal/administrative proceedings concerning:

  • Injuries and safety in the workplace;
  • Corporate and bankruptcy crimes;
  • Financial crimes;
  • Tax crimes;
  • Environmental and construction violations or offenses;
  • Administrative offences of employees under the Legislative Decree n° 231 of 2001;
  • Criminal and administrative offences arising from a breach of money laundering regulations.

Through the enactment of Law n° 186 of 15 December 2014, the so-called "" Voluntary Disclosure ", the firm, with the collaboration of accountants, has managed several disclosures of funds held abroad by being able to offer clients:

  • A detailed analysis of the possible criminal risks of the operation;
  • The quantification of economic costs linked to the disclosure of assets;
  • The drawing up and sending of the model and the report for the request for access to the procedure;
  • Assistance in the final stages of completing the procedure and possible cross-examination by the local Revenue Agency.
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