Cristina Capitanio

Cristina Capitanio

Partner

Expertise

  • Labour Law
  • Insolvency and Reorganisations

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Gianni & Origoni
Italy

WSG Leadership

Employment and Labor Group
Member
WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group
Member
Profile

Cristina Capitanio handles both contentious and non-contentious matters and is mainly focused on assisting international clients in  all aspects of labour and employment law, with  particular expertise on drafting contracts, management agreements, restructuring and collective dismissals, incentive plans, transfer of undertakings and disciplinary actions.

Cristina graduated in Law “maxima cum laude” in 1997 from the University LUISS Guido Carli in Rome and gained her LLM from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia, PA, United States, in 2002.

She was admitted to practice law in 2000 and  has been a member of the Rome Bar Association ever since.

She speaks Italian and English.

Bar Admissions

  • ROME Bar

Education

  • University LUISS "Guido Carli" of Rome
  • University of Pennsylvania, LL.M.
Areas of Practice

Insolvency and Reorganisations | Labour Law

Articles

Covid-19 Legal Updates for Employment Law: The Conversion into Law of the August Decree and the “Ristori” Decree
Gianni & Origoni, December 2020

By resolution adopted on October 7, 2020, the state of emergency has been extended until January 31, 2021...

COVID-19: Main Amendments made by the Conversion Law to the Liquidity Decree with Respect to the Measures Aimed at Ensuring the Going Concern of Companies
Gianni & Origoni, June 2020

1. Introduction Pursuant to Law no. 40 of 5 June 2020, published in the Official Gazzette no. 143 of 6 June 2020 (the “Conversion Law”), Law Decree no. 23 of 8 April 2020 (the “Liquidity Decree”) was converted into law with amendments. Below is a summary of the key amendments made to Chapter II (Urgent Provisions to Ensure Going Concern) by the Conversion Law. 2...

Covid-19: Decree Law No. 33 of 16 May 2020 and PMD of 17 May 2020
Gianni & Origoni, May 2020

After the start of Phase 2 (which began on 4 May 2020) the Italian government adopted on 16 May Law Decree no. 33 concerning, inter alia, "Further urgent measures to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak" (the "DL 16 May 2020"). Moreover, on 17 May 2020, in implementation of the aforementioned DL 16 May 2020, the Prime Minister issued a new decree with specific implementing provisions (the "PMD 17 May 2020")...