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Giorgia Giorgetti

Employment Counsel

Milan

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Giorgia Giorgetti

Employment Counsel

Milan

Giorgia has more than 15 years' experience advising national and international clients on employment related matters, with a focus on employment, collaboration and agency contracts, non-competition agreements and restrictive covenants, managing individual and collective dismissals and settlement agreements with managers and employees.

Giorgia also has significant experience in assisting clients on employment law aspects of corporate M&A deals, as well as in advising on tranfers and international mobility and secondments and on labour law issues related to reorganisation and restructuring processes and industrial and trade union relations. She represents and advises clients both out of court and before employment courts.

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News: 28 April 2022

Allen & Overy announces the appointment of three counsels in Italy

Elia Ferdinando Clarizia, Antonio Ferri and Giorgia Giorgetti have been promoted to counsel at Allen & Overy in Italy, effective 1 May 2022. Elia, Antonio and Giorgia are part of the Tax, Corporate…

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News: 10 March 2022

A&O Italy, an event on diversity to celebrate International Women’s Day

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Q&A - Alessandra Pala and Giorgia Giorgetti reflect on the progression of female lawyers through the ranks

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Formalising home and mobile work arrangements - what tricky issues do employers need to manage?

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Experience highlights

Expertise

Practices

Employment and Benefits

Office

Milan

Allen & Overy Studio Legale Associato
Via Ansperto 5
Milan
20123

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as avvocato, Italy, 2007

Academic

University of Pavia, master classes on employment law (2009)

London School of Economics, Summer School of London, 2009

Law Degree, University of Macerata, 2004

Pro bono

  •  Pro bono assistance in a large-scale project for Missing Children Europe, as author of the Italian contribution piece to the survey and related publication on the transposition of directive 2011/93/EU on combating sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography.

Published work

  • Regular Contribution for Quotidiano Giuridico (Wolters Kluwer)

Recognition

Awards & accolades

Best Practice - Advisory

Legalcommunity Labour Awards, 2020