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Dispute Resolution

Over the years our professionals have developed a significant expertise in handling litigation matters before all Italian Courts, including the Italian Supreme Court, the State Council and the Constitutional Court. The firm regularly advises and represents clients in relation to civil, commercial, labour and administrative matters and proceedings.

Our litigation department has a strong expertise in dealing with commercial litigation (including corporate, commercial agreements, bankruptcy, recognition of foreign decisions, intellectual property, debt recovery), also with reference to urgent and preventive measures.

In connection with other CMS offices in most European jurisdictions, the firm offers a one-stop-shop service for representation in judicial proceedings and enforcement of judgments before all Courts in Italy and Europe.

Our professionals also have an extensive experience in representing clients in arbitration proceedings, both domestic and international, and in acting as arbitrators themselves.

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Alternative dispute resolution has greatly expanded over the last several years to include many areas of law in addition to the traditional commercial
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The increase of cross-border disputes which involve different legal systems and different ways of doing business, alongside with the growing costs of
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CMS Adonnino Ascoli & Cavasola Scamoni has a long lasting experience in both business litigation and for fiscal contentious matters.We believe our


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