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Gian Marco Lettieri


CMS Adonnino Ascoli & Cavasola Scamoni
Via Agostino Depretis 86
00184 Rome

Gian Marco Lettieri began his collaboration with the Firm in the Rome office in 2019. He currently works in Employment & Pensions department as associate.

His activity focuses on advising clients on a wide array of contentious and non-contentious employment issues including staff reorganization procedures, national and international transfers of business and social security issues under Italian law. He also assists clients in the drafting of individual and collective agreements and in negotiations with trade unions. He has also matured experience in advising on issues concerning new technologies applied to employment relationships.

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2017 – Enrollment in the Bar Association of Rome
2014 – Università LUISS of Rome, Degree in Law (110/110)

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Em­ploy­ment News in Italy after the State of Emer­gency
With the end of the state of emer­gency on 31 March 2022, some re­stric­tions con­tained in the emer­gency le­gis­la­tion have also ended and there is a pro­gress­ive re­turn to the pre-COV­ID sys­tem. The fol­low­ing...
Vac­cin­a­tion re­quire­ment for em­ploy­ees over 50
As a res­ult of the re­cent Le­gis­lat­ive De­cree no. 1/2022, for the pur­poses of ac­cess to work­places, from 15 Feb­ru­ary 2022 un­til 15 June 2022, em­ploy­ees aged 50 years or over ("over 50"), sub­ject to the...
Green Pass checks news
Law no. 165 of 19 Novem­ber 2021 has been pub­lished in the Of­fi­cial Gaz­ette, which con­ver­ted De­cree-Law no. 127 of 2021, (con­tain­ing "Ur­gent meas­ures to en­sure the safe per­form­ance of pub­lic and private...
Green Pass in Italy: em­ploy­ers’ FAQ
HR man­age­ment of COV­ID: have our neigh­bours been more (II) cre­at­ive?
Our over­view of the meas­ures ad­op­ted by our European neigh­bours dur­ing the health crisis con­tin­ues with Italy. The Itali­an gov­ern­ment has marked it­self out from oth­er European coun­tries with a flag­ship...
The con­ver­ted Sostegni bis de­cree: what's new in the field of labor law
Law no. 106 of Ju­ly 23, 2021, con­vert­ing De­cree-Law no. 73 of May 25, 2021 (the so-called "Sostegni bis" De­cree) in­tro­duces im­port­ant changes in the labor law field, which have in­cor­por­ated the meas­ures...
La­bour De­cree 99/2021 and COV­ID-19: em­ploy­ers sup­port and em­ploy­ees pro­tec­tion...
De­creto Sostegni COV­ID-19 meas­ures for com­pan­ies and em­ploy­ees
Fol­low­ing the pub­lic­a­tion of De­cree-Law no. 41 of 22 March 2021, we of­fer a brief sum­mary of the Ur­gent La­bour Meas­ures re­lated to the COV­ID-19 emer­gency. So­cial safety nets Em­ploy­ers who sus­pend or...
Budget Law 2021, COV­ID-19 and em­ploy­ment con­tracts: ad­di­tion­al meas­ures...
Budget Law No. 178 of 30 Decem­ber 2020 (in force from 1 Janu­ary 2021) in­tro­duced fur­ther pro­vi­sions aimed at coun­ter­act­ing the neg­at­ive ef­fects on com­pan­ies and work­ers by the pro­longed epi­demi­olo­gic­al...
Com­puls­ory vac­cin­a­tion and dis­missal
The dis­tri­bu­tion of the first doses of the COV­ID-19 vac­cine has giv­en hope for a re­turn to nor­mal­ity. However, a wide­spread vac­cin­a­tion cam­paign is re­quired to en­sure “herd im­munity”. Com­pan­ies hop­ing...
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Ris­tori De­cree and COV­ID-19 Ad­di­tion­al ur­gent meas­ures to sup­port em­ploy­ees...
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