lorenza-paletto

Lorenza Paletto

Senior Associate – Turin

Education

Degree in Law from the University of Turin.

Bar Associations

Member of the Turin Bar since December 2005.

Languages

Italian and English

Contact

E-mail: l.paletto@lablaw.com

Lorenza is Senior Associate at LabLaw Studio Legale Rotondi & Partners.

She graduated from the University of Turin in 1999 and obtained her professional qualification in December 2005. Before joining LabLaw, she collaborated with Studio Legale Bisacca, Studio Legale De Dominicis, Studio Hammonds & Rossotto (now R&P Legal) and, most recently, Studio Zuccarello-Monacis. She then worked independently on labour and civil law matters.

Thanks also to her collaboration with companies, where she has worked in-house, dealing with logistics and labour supply, Lorenza has specialised in legal assistance and advice in the field of labour supply, management of litigation, contracts, assistance to clients both in and out of court, as well as management of relations with trade unions and participation in trade union agreements.

 

Professional skills

Employment law (specialist, employer and/or employee, contractual matters, dismissals, trade union negotiations, litigation)
Banking law (anatocism, usury, opposition to injunctions requested on mortgages, loans, sureties, leases etc.)
Bankruptcy law (drafting of appeals for admission to procedures of arrangement with creditors, bankruptcy litigation, and bankruptcy procedures in general, relations with banks and/or leasing companies in connection with arrangement procedures)
Civil law (successions, inheritance matters, civil litigation in general, contracts, agency, mandate, etc.)

 

Teaching activities

Lorenza has collaborated with CampusLab as a lecturer in courses on Legal Administration in Public Administration with particular attention to the legal-administrative aspects related to Legislative Decree 196/2003. During this period she was involved in:

Definition of training courses
Preparation of programmes and didactic units for the courses, with creation of didactic material to support the lessons
Corollary activities to teaching, such as correction of exercises, participation in the Teachers’ Board, meetings and other possible activities.
Supporting the Sales and Planning Departments in defining needs and identifying suitable programmes

Lorenza has also lectured at CSEA Turin, giving courses on ‘payroll and contributions’ in the preparatory course for employment consultants.

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