Francesco Rotondi

Francesco Rotondi
Office:
Corso Europa 22
20122
City:
Milan
Country:
Italy
Tel:
+39 02 30 311 331
Fax:
+39 02 30 311 431

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Italy - Labour, Employment & Benefits

Francesco Rotondi is a founding partner of LabLaw – Studio Legale.

He specialises in labour law, industrial relations and assisting clients in the industrial and services sectors to manage human resources, corporate reorganisation plans and collective redundancies. Francesco also has specific expertise in managing labour law disputes deriving from extraordinary company transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

His activity is characterised by a broader vision of what labour law could be and the "individual work contract" highlighted his proposal for a new employment contract for the digital economy, the "Jobs App", as well as the presentation of a law draft to the Lombardy region about the guidelines of the union bargaining on the identification of the minimum wage on a regional basis.

Francesco is a founding partner of LABLAW, an Italian employment law firm specialised in labour law and industrial relations founded in 2006 in Milan and an adjunct professor of labour law at University Carlo Cattaneo. Based in the major cities of Italy – Milan, Padua, Pescara, Genoa, Naples, Bari and Rome – today LABLAW is the first employment law firm in Italy by number of lawyers and territorial distribution: more than 80 professionals advising both national and international clients on a wide range of employment law and industrial relations issues.

Francesco is also a founding member of L&E Global (www.leglobal.org), an international integrated alliance of premier labour and employment law boutiques, with more than 1,500 employment law experts in over 30 countries, spanning four continents (USA, South America, Europe, India and China).

Recognised as one of the leaders in the field of labour law and industrial relations, he has won many awards and recognitions, including Lawyer of the Year at the Le Fonti Awards 2018; Lawyer of the Year – Sport at the TopLegal Awards 2017; Labour Lawyer of the Year at the Le Fonti CEO Summit and Awards 2015 and 2017; Lawyer of the Year at the Legal Community Labour Awards 2013 and 2016; and Lawyer of the Year – Litigation at the TopLegal Awards 2016. He has been defined as "a champion” and “always a protagonist of relevant operations”. He is “Appreciated and reported by customers” for his ability to offer an "all-round consulting support with a very clear vision of the labour market".

Furthermore in 2015, he stood out as the only labour law expert among Italy’s 40 most influential lawyers under 50, and in 2014 he received a special mention for having represented an example of best practices in the management of cross-disciplinary labour issues.

Francesco is a member of the Italian Employers' Association (AGI), the International Bar Association (IBA), the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA) and the IPSOA scientific committee on labour law and practice. He is also a member of the Italian Association of Personnel Directors (AIDP) and Confindustria. He is also a journalist.

Francesco is the author of publications and articles on labour law and on trade union issues and of essays and scientific publications, also on interdisciplinary topics, as well as director of the Licosia Edizioni series Il lavoro è cambiato. Cambiamo le regole ("Work has changed. We change the rules"), set up with the aim of developing an evolutionary view of labour law.

He carries out regular teaching activities and training and refresher courses for companies and is a frequent speaker at numerous specialist conferences on labour law for the most important Italian academic institutions. Key speaking roles include a recent collaboration with the Milan Polytechnic – Graduate School of Business (MIP), in the context of the MBA executive master’s degree, as well as lecturing at the European University of Rome, SDA Bocconi, the University of Rome Tor Vergata (where he specifically lectures in labour law), the Italian Employment Lawyers Association (AGI) of Lombardy, AIDP, Paradigma, ISTUD and ISPER. He is also a scholar at the Labour Law Institute at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Milan.

WWL says: Francesco Rotondi is widely recognised across the Italian market for his "outstanding business understanding" when handling a range of labour law matters.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Italy which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Labour, Employment & Benefits

Francesco Rotondi is a founding partner of LABLAW – Studio Legale and an adjunct professor of labour law at University Carlo Cattaneo.

He specialises in labour law, industrial relations and assisting clients in the industrial and services sectors to manage human resources, corporate reorganisation plans and collective redundancies. Francesco also has specific expertise in managing labour law disputes deriving from extraordinary company transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

His activity is characterised by a broader vision of what labour law could be and the "individual work contract" highlighted his proposal for a new employment contract for the digital economy, the "Jobs App", as well as the presentation of a law draft to the Lombardy region about the guidelines of the union bargaining on the identification of the minimum wage on a regional basis.

LABLAW is an Italian employment law firm specialised in labour law and industrial relations founded in 2006 in Milan. Based in the major cities of Italy – Milan, Padua, Pescara, Genoa, Naples, Bari and Rome – today LABLAW is the first employment law firm in Italy by number of lawyers and territorial distribution: more than 80 professionals advising both national and international clients on a wide range of employment law and industrial relations issues.

Francesco is also a founding member of L&E Global (www.leglobal.org), an international integrated alliance of premier labour and employment law boutiques, with more than 1,500 employment law experts in over 30 countries, spanning four continents (USA, South America, Europe, India and China).

Recognised as one of the leaders in the field of labour law and industrial relations, he has won many awards and recognitions, including Lawyer of the Year at the Le Fonti Awards 2018; Lawyer of the Year – Sport at the TopLegal Awards 2017; Labour Lawyer of the Year at the Le Fonti CEO Summit and Awards 2015 and 2017; Lawyer of the Year at the Legal Community Labour Awards 2013 and 2016; and Lawyer of the Year – Litigation at the TopLegal Awards 2016. He has been defined as "a champion” and “always a protagonist of relevant operations”. He is “appreciated and reported by customers” for his ability to offer "all-round consulting support with a very clear vision of the labour market".

Furthermore in 2015, he stood out as the only labour law expert among Italy’s 40 most influential lawyers under 50, and in 2014 he received a special mention for having represented an example of best practices in the management of cross-disciplinary labour issues.

Francesco is a member of the Italian Employers' Association (AGI), the International Bar Association (IBA), the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA) and the IPSOA scientific committee on labour law and practice. He is also a member of the Italian Association of Personnel Directors (AIDP) and Confindustria. He is also a journalist.

Francesco is the author of publications and articles on labour law and on trade union issues and of essays and scientific publications, also on interdisciplinary topics, as well as director of the Licosia Edizioni series Il lavoro è cambiato. Cambiamo le regole ("Work has changed. We change the rules"), set up with the aim of developing an evolutionary view of labour law.

He carries out regular teaching activities and training and refresher courses for companies and is a frequent speaker at numerous specialist conferences on labour law for the most important Italian academic institutions. Key speaking roles include a recent collaboration with the Milan Polytechnic – Graduate School of Business (MIP) in the context of the MBA executive master’s degree, as well as lecturing at the European University of Rome, SDA Bocconi, the University of Rome Tor Vergata (where he specifically lectures in labour law), the Italian Employment Lawyers Association (AGI) of Lombardy, AIDP, Paradigma, ISTUD and ISPER. He is also a scholar at the Labour Law Institute at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Milan.

WWL says: Francesco Rotondi has "an outstanding business knowledge", according to sources, who also praise him for his "ability to find and execute the best solutions in order to achieve the client's goals".

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Labour, Employment & Benefits which can be purchased from our Shop.

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