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20122 Milan
Italy
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CBA Studio Legale e Tributario was born by the union of two tax and legal firms, Camozzi Bonissoni Varrenti & Associati and Studio Associato LCA - avvocati e commercialisti d’impresa, combining two strong and multi-year practices in the field of legal and tax assistance rendered to a wide variety of Italian and foreign industries and companies.

At the present CBA Studio Legale e Tributario is composed of 45 partners and more than 180 professionals. The development of the firm is a response to the new requirements of our clients and the market. The firm is strongly represented in Italy with offices located in the most important towns such as Milan, Rome, Padua and Venice. Its international vocation is the expression of its clientele.

Legal, regulatory and tax issues are closely related and are becoming more and more entwined. Laws and regulations are subject to continuous evolution and change. Our priority is to provide clients with effective and realistic solutions covering both the Italian and the international legal and tax aspects of their doing business.

We keep continuous relations with the leading university professors, as well as the representatives of the most important economic institutions in the country, such as Banca d’Italia, Consob, UIC (Italian Foreign Exchange Office), the Ministry of Treasury and Finance, the Ministry of Economic Activities and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Public procurement: the Commission requests Italy to respect EU rules for public works contract

Public procurement: the Commission requests Italy to respect EU rules for public works contract

The European Commission (the “Commission”) has recently sent to the Republic of Italy a reasoned opinion requesting the member Country to correctly apply EU public procurement rules for the construction of new buildings for the judicial administration of Bari (“Cittadella della giustizia”), with an estimated value of € 350 million. Read More »

Jurisdiction concerning copyright violation on Internet: the recent approach of the EU Court of Justice

Jurisdiction concerning copyright violation on Internet: the recent approach of the EU Court of Justice

An important European development concerning Internet copyright infringement was rendered by judgment dated 3 October 2013 and issued following procedure C-170/12, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) stated that under Article 5, paragraph 3 of the EC Regulation No. 44/2001 on the jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of ... Read More »

Project financing: Italian supervisory authority publishes a new market consultation opportunity

Project financing: Italian supervisory authority publishes a new market consultation opportunity

The Italian Authority for the Supervision of Public Contracts for works, services and supplies (AVCP) has initiated a public consultation process (by issuing the so-called “Consultation Document”) to elicit from interested parties review and comment of the Determinations of January 14, 2009 no. 1 (Project Finance Guidelines after the entering ... Read More »

Reintroduction of civil mediation for disputes arising from banking and finance agreements in Italy

Reintroduction of civil mediation for disputes arising from banking and finance agreements in Italy

The Italian Government, with the aim of reducing the prolonged civil litigation proceedings and to improve its efficiency, has reintroduced a mandatory civil mediation procedure. The provisions have been enacted by Section 84, Law Decree no. 69/2013 (“Decreto del Fare”) which contains amendments and integrations to the Legislative Decree 28/2010 ... Read More »

Domain name and metatag may constitute misleading advertising: the recent approach of the Court of Justice

Domain name and metatag may constitute misleading advertising: the recent approach of the Court of Justice

By judgment dated 11 July 2013 and issued following procedure C-C 657/11 (Belgian Electronic Sorting Technology NV v Peelears and Visys NV hereinafter “Visys”), the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) contributed an additional piece in the puzzle of so-called “digital rights”, by applying the traditional legal concept ... Read More »

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