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Companies, Disciplinary dismissals, Applicable protection, Contractual provision, Civil Cassation, Fourth Labor Section, Judgment n. 11665 of 11/04/2022

The Labor Section stated that in the matter of disciplinary dismissal, in order to select the applicable protection among those provided for by art. 18, paragraphs 4 and 5, st.lav., as amended by l. n. 92 of 2012, the judge can subsume the conduct charged to the worker, and concretely judicially ascertained, in the contractual provision that, with a general and flexible clause, punishes the offense with a conservative sanction and that this operation of interpretation and subsumption does not transmit in the judgment proportionality of the sanction with respect to the disputed fact, remaining within the limits of the...

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Contracts, Financial leasing contract for a building to be built, Clauses, Transformation of the Title, Civil Cassation, Third Section, Interlocutory Ordinance n. 8603 of 03/16/2022

The Third Civil Section has referred to the First President, for the possible assignment to the United Sections, the question of the utmost importance of particular importance if the clause of a financial leasing contract for a property to be built, which provides for the indexation of the rent at certain rates exchange rate or interest rate, integrates a "derivative" financial instrument, with subsequent applicability of the relative regulations provided for by the T.U.F. and, in any case, if - and in what way - it affects the cause of the aforementioned contract, possibly transforming it into a different atypical...

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Cinema will be the driving force behind the growth of the next few years, Minister of Culture

Italy anticipated and crossed the explosion of the audiovisual market by renewing the legislation and improving tax incentives among the strongest in Europe. Working on new measures to strengthen and enhance cinemas. "Italy anticipated and crossed the explosion of the audiovisual market by making structural investments, such as 300 million for Cinecittà, renewing the legislation and improving the tax incentives that today, with tax credit, are among the strongest in Europe. For the cinema and audiovisual sector there is a lot of optimism for the future, it will be the driving force for growth in the coming years". Thus the Minister of Culture speaking...

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Competition, State property fees, Amendment to the Competition Bill

A European entrepreneur will be able to compete with an Italian one, but not vice versa Pleasure ports and landings Principle of legitimate expectations of art. 1375 of the Civil Code Confindustria Nautica at the hearing in the Senate: serious concern about the impact on ports and landings of the nautical sector of the amendment filed by the Government to the "Competition" Bill. Confindustria Nautica yesterday expressed its concern in the Senate hearing about the impact of the amendment filed by the Government to the "Competition" Bill (AS 2469), the text of which also intervenes on the concessions of goods, including ports and landings...

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Banking, Contracts, Land Credit, Exceeding the financing limit, Nullity, Civil Cassation, Section I, Interlocutory Ordinance n. 4117 of 09/02/2022

Art. 38, paragraph 2, of the legislative decree n. 385 of 1993, Consolidated Banking Act Resolution of the Interministerial Committee for Credit and Savings (CICR) of 22 April 1995 The First Civil Section, has handed over the documents to the First President, for the possible assignment to the United Sections, of the issue considered to be of the utmost importance if, in terms of land credit, in the event of exceeding the financing limit pursuant to art. 38, paragraph 2, of the legislative decree n. 385 of 1993, the contract must be considered null, with the possibility, however, of conversion into an...

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Intellectual Property, Copyright Law, SIAE Bulletin, Musical Works, Negotiation Agreement and Synchronization Rights, Court of Milan, XIV section. civ., Court of Companies, Specialized Company A, judgment no. 490 of January 14, 2021

Copyright law of 04/22/1941 n ° 633. The rights administered by SIAE pursuant to art. 180 paragraphs 1 and 2 L.A. The discipline of art. 180 L.A. which identifies the rights administered exclusively by SIAE, does not include synchronization rights. The literal data of the law undoubtedly highlights that the brokerage of rights, exercised for the purposes referred to in paragraph 2 (granting on behalf and in the interest of those entitled to licenses and authorizations for the economic use of protected works, collection of the proceeds deriving from such licenses and authorizations, distribution of such proceeds among the entitled persons) is...

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CDP, Raw materials, analysis,

The price increases are attributable to four types of factors: economic, structural, geopolitical, speculative. In Europe, the supply of most of the critical raw materials - those essential for the energy transition - is met by third countries. To ensure a secure and resilient supply, it is crucial to invest in innovation, diversify supplies and strengthen the circular use of resources. What factors have led to the sharp rise in raw material prices, what role will the energy transition play on future needs and what are the prospects for the European economy. These are the main issues on which the new brief from...

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European Boating Industry, Mission and strategies in the years 2022 – 2025

“Made in Europe” Sustainability, Changing Consumer Trends and Digitization The General Assembly of European Boating Industry (EBI), the association that represents and promotes the yachting industry in Europe and of which Confindustria Nautica is a member, was held in Brussels last January. During the event, some important decisions were made for the future of the European association: a new strategy for the period 2022 - 2025, centered on the mission "Promote and represent a sustainable industry of boating and nautical tourism #MadeInEurope" and accompanied by a rebranding that leads to the adoption of a new logo. EBI will therefore focus its actions on the...

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ECB, Inflation,

"Monetary policy must take into account both the short and medium-term forces that shape inflationary dynamics. In line with its new monetary policy strategy, it should be clear that the ECB will set its monetary policy in order to achieve the symmetrical target of 2% in the medium term, tolerating neither excessive nor insufficient reactions to emerging inflation risks ". This was stated by the chief economist of the ECB, Philip Lane, in his speech to the Mini Market News Webcast. "In particular, if medium-term inflationary dynamics are expected to stabilize around the 2% target - he explained - this will...

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USA, industrial stocks increasing in November 2021

Stocks of industry in the US grow in November. According to what was communicated by the US Bureau of Census, there was an increase of 1.3% to 2,158.2 billion dollars in line with what analysts estimated and after + 1.3% the previous month (figure revised by a + 1.2%). On an annual basis there was an increase of 8.7%. In the same period, sales were up 0.7% on a monthly basis to $ 1,723.7 billion. On an annual basis, there is a positive change of 17.6% compared to October 2020. The stocks/sales ratio has attested at 1.25. In November 2020 it was 1.35. Such...

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