Marco De Bellis & Partners stands out with a considerable number of publications and essays on employment law and on the protection of workers and employers.
Alongside his legal practice, partner and founder Marco De Bellis devotes his time to writing informative and in-depth texts on the issues of employment law. During his career he has been published in “Il Sole 24 Ore” and by other leading publishers in the field.
“L’ABC del lavoro parasubordinato”, “Guida pratica contenzioso del lavoro” and “Compendio pratico sul processo del lavoro” are just some of the titles of a much larger collection of books, representing a valuable reference resource and opportunity for in-depth analysis for professionals and non-professionals alike.
Mr Galli also speaks at various conferences He is an AGI lecturer at the Scuola di Alta Formazione in Diritto del Lavoro and a lecturer at the Scuola di Specializzazione Forense at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. He regularly publishes articles on employment law and on the latest case law on the subject in specialist journals such as “La Circolo del Lavoro”, “Il Giurista del Lavoro” and others. He is also the author or the book “Licenziamenti individuali e dimissioni dopo la Riforma del Lavoro.”
Marco De Bellis & Partners also boasts impressive press coverage in “Il Sole 24 Ore” and other important publications, with specific articles on the nature and management of the various issues that may arise in employment relationships”.
Symposia and legal training
The employment lawyers at Marco De Bellis & Partners attend numerous symposia and conferences on employment law. The founding partner, Mr De Bellis, regularly chairs and participates as a speaker in symposia for “Somedia”, “Cegos”, “Il Sole 24 Ore”, “Euroconference”, “ISPER”, “Centro Studi Lavoro e Previdenza” and AIDP (Associazione Italiana Direttori del Personale). This continuous professional development sets the Milan-based law firm apart and makes the legal advice provided by its lawyers both effective and conclusive.
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