The November issue of our newsletter is the last for the year 2010 as, like theprevious years, our December issue will cover the highlights of the whole year,which shall be mailed right after the festivities of the year's end. We wish to extendour heartfelt thanks to all of our readership who express their interest andappreciation by regularly reading us.
section deals once again with the most important pieceof legislation this year, namely, the reform that modiﬁes many aspects of labourlaw.
In the wake of the overviews published in the previous issues, we now look more closely at the issue of work hours, daily rest time and violations with regard tothe status of the employment relationship. On that score, in particular, the Ministryof Labour has released the ﬁrst circular (circular n° 38, 12 November 2010)providing explanations on the straightening out of employment relationships.
Our Focus article also examines the recent Legislative Decree #187, 12November 2010 setting forth protection standards for workplace safety.
Ruling of the Month”
an interesting case of regarding thehypothesis of a so-called "un-technical" compensation between credit of theemployer and credit of the employee
(in the case in hand, competence fortermination indemnity deferred salary and damage compensation for illicit conduct). The
section features a case of dismissal upon extinction of theposition, a sentence pertaining to the estimation of damage compensation uponsuspension from Complementary Beneﬁts upon Idling Unemployment, and a rulingon the subject matter of contributions and sanctions requested by Social Securitysubsequent to the reinstatement, directed on Appeal, of an employee whosedismissal had been allowed by the lower court.
section reports on the coming into force (on 18 November 2010)of the new provisions with respect to agents of ﬁnancial instruments and creditmediators, introduced by Legislative Decree #141, 13 August 2010.
As the articlemakes clear there is a line drawn between these two types of activity that reﬂectstwo distinct and separate professions. The
section deals with the topicof civil responsibility, limits damage compensation, and statute of limitation forremedial action.
examines the bill recently approved by the governmentdesigned to modify legislative Decree #231, 8 June 2001
, regarding theadministrative responsibility of legal persons, companies, and associations alsodeprived of legal representative. Enjoy your reading!
Stefano Beretta and the editorial staff: Stefano Triﬁrò, Marina Tona,Francesco Autelitano, Luca D’Arco, Teresa Cofano, Claudio Ponari,Tommaso Targa and Diego Meucci
This is an abridged and edited version in English of Triﬁrò & Partners
newsletter. If you wish a full-length English translation, please contact Stefano Triﬁrò: stefano.triﬁro@triﬁro.it or newsletter@triﬁro.it
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