The one relating to the right to health is a particular instance of responsibility of the Public Administrations.
Family and child protection issues are one of the Firm’s core businesses.
Health law | Environmental law | Urban planning and housing | Joint enterprises | Project finance…
The Firm has been providing counselling on international law since the 1960s, carrying out both judicial and extrajudicial activities.
The Firm acquired thirty years of experience in litigation before the European Court of Human Rights, which now involves …
The Firm has extensive experience in the field of European Union law, both in its implementation in the Italian domestic legal system…
The Firm has a strong propensity for class actions and national and international strategic litigation.
Over the years, numerous class actions have been initiated and won, both before domestic courts and international courts, such as the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Some of the most important victories obtained by the Firm are leading cases that have contributed to the creation of innovative case law, for instance in the field of compensation for damages for failure to carry out pharmacovigilance, revaluation of compensation owed to those affected by infected blood, protection of Sites of Community Importance (SCI), protection of workers in the context of bankruptcy procedures and the prohibition of refoulement of migrants on the high seas.
Some of the most historical judgments (so-called leading cases) won by the Firm are: the judgment of the Corte di cassazione in Joint Sections no. 581/2008 on the subject of damages due to failure to carry out pharmacovigilance; the judgment of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights of 23 February 2012, rendered in the case of Hirsi Jamaa and others v. Italy and concerning the prohibition of refoulement on the high seas; the judgments of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights of 26 June 2012 and 12 March 2014, rendered in the case of Kuric v. Slovenia and concerning the affair of the so-called “erased” following the dissolution of the former Yugoslavia.