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Bankruptcy criminal law

The first special criminal law was concerned with “Bankruptcy regulations, closure agreement of creditors, receivership and administrative compulsory liquidation” (Royal Decree no. 267/1942). Since then, lawmakers have introduced a number of amendments to various kinds of criminal conduct.

Among the various cases of bankruptcy law, the firm, in Milan, has been involved in high-profile criminal procedures such as the Banco Ambrosiano, Tecnosistemi Group and Parmalat trials. In addition, the firm has overseen liability cases involving bank managers, also in cases of corporate collapses.

The firm relies on the input from established civil and commercial lawyers in a bid to provide thorough assistance, which is central to tackling complex issues.

Last but not least, the firm offers an in-depth analysis of corporate offences through conferences, study groups and publications. Please see the relevant section of this website for further details.