Personal data of identified or identifiable persons are collected and may be handled following the visit to this site.
The “Data Controller” is Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti, with registered offices in via Borgonuovo n. 12, 20121 Milan – Italy.
DATA PROCESSING PLACE
Data processing connected to this site’s web services are carried out at the Milan office of Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti and are only managed by technical staff in charge of processing, or in charge of maintenance.
Information systems and software procedures which are set up to operate this web site, in the normal course of operations collect some personal data the transmission of which is implied when using internet communication protocols.
These are information that are not collected to be associated with identified subjects, but due to their intrinsic nature may, through processing and in conjunction with data held by third parties, allow the identification of users.
This category of data includes: IP addresses or users’ computers domain names that connect to the site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) identifier for request of resources, request time, submission-to-server method request, obtained reply file size, code describing server’s services status (success, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and user’s environment variables.
These data are only used to collect anonymous statistical information about visits to the site and control its proper functioning and are immediately deleted after processing. The data may be used to determine responsibility in the event of piracy or site hacking: except for this risk, normally, contact details are stored for no more than seven days.
DATA PROVIDED BY THE USER VOLUNTARILY
The optional, express and voluntary sending of e-mail messages to the addresses contained in this site implies the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, required to reply to any request, as well as of other personal data contained in the message.
Specific concise information documents will be indicated or displayed on the pages of the site dedicated to special services on request, if implemented.
The user assumes responsibility for the personal data of third parties published or shared through this site and declares that he/she has the right to communicate or broadcast them, thus relieving the Data Controller of all responsibilities towards third parties.
Users who intend to send to Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti, through this site and/or by e-mail to the addresses displayed on this web site, their curriculum vitae, are invited to pay due attention to the contents of this document concerning the processing of the data contained in the curricula so transmitted, and not to include in such curricula any data that may be classified either as sensitive data (i.e. personal data revealing their racial or ethnic origin, religious and philosophical beliefs, political opinions, membership of political parties, unions, associations and organizations of religious, philosophical, political or trade union character, or personal data revealing their health state and sexual life) pursuant to article 9 of GDPR or as judicial data as per article 10 of GDPR.
The site does not intentionally collect any of the users’ personal data.
No cookies or tracing systems of any sort are used in the transmission of personal information.
The use of session cookies (that are not permanently saved on user’s computer and are deleted once the browser is closed) is strictly limited to identification of session’s information (server’s randomly generated numbers) which are necessary to move easily and securely around the site.
Session cookies avoid the use of other means of information technology, which may potentially prejudice users’ privacy when moving around the site, and do not allow the collection of user’s identifiable personal data.
In any event, if the user chooses to decline the download to his computer of any type of cookies either from Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti’s site or from other sites, the user may increase the privacy protection level by modifying the browser’s settings.
Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti informs that pursuant to article 7 of legislative decree 30th June 2003, n. 196, users may require at any time the deletion of information collected through cookies.
CHOICE TO SUPPLY DATA
In addition to what has been mentioned in connection with navigation data, the user has the choice to supply personal data on designated forms to request receipt of information or other type of communications.
In absence of such data it might be impossible to fulfill your request.
Personal data are automatically processed, strictly during the time required for the purposes of their intended use.
Appropriate security measures are set up to prevent loss, unlawful use and inappropriate or unauthorized access of data. Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti has adopted all minimum-security measures provided by law.
Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti in compliance with main International standards, has also adopted additional security measures to safeguard personal data collected and handled and reduce to a minimum risk related to availability and privacy of collected data.
SHARING, COMMUNICATION AND DATA DISCLOSURE
Collected data may be transferred or communicated, strictly for the intended and necessary purposes, to other offices of Studio Legale Bastianini Carnelutti, for service operations, such as information systems management, or for processing carried out by such offices for the same purposes.
Personal data furnished by users who request information (pamphlets and information etc.) are only used in connection with the fulfillment of such services or information offers and are only released to third parties only if necessary to carry out the services (companies which provide envelopes, labeling and mailing).
Save for such cases, data shall not be disclosed or ceded unless:
1. written consent to share data with third parties is available;
2. a need exists to share information with third parties in order to provide the requested service;
3. a need exists to comply with requests made by judicial or public security authorities.
No data collected from the web site is disclosed to third parties.
SENSITIVE DATA PROCESSING
In the event a curriculum vita, containing sensitive personal data (i.e., according to article 4, letter D of Legislative Decree 196/2003, data concerning your health status, political opinions, religious belief, or union affiliation (or membership to organization similar in nature) judicial information and data in connection with your racial and ethnic origins), is sent without express written consent authorizing sensitive data processing, such consent will be specifically requested in writing. In absence of a written reply during the following 14 days, then such data shall be destroyed.
USERS ACCESS RIGHTS
The subjects whose personal data are processed, may at any time obtain confirmation of the presence or absence of such data, and are entitled to know their content and source, check for accuracy and request to supplement, update, or correct such data (art. 7 of Legislative Decree dated 30th June 2003, n. 196).
Also, pursuant to the same article, these subjects are entitled to request the destruction of data handled in violation of law, render data unidentifiable or inaccessible, and forbid their handling.
INQUIRIES CLAIMS AND PROPOSALS
The Court of Cassation, with two recent ordinances (no. 14377/2021 and 14375/2021), has established the principle that the costs of the reconstruction of the post-earthquake of 1980 in Irpinia are borne by the State.
In the present case, the Court upheld the appeals of Anas, successfully assisted by Maurizio d’Albora and Benedetta Bruno of the Carnelutti studio in Naples, seeking reimbursement of the costs incurred in the reconstruction of important road axes.
The principle sanctioned by the Court is particularly important because, by affirming the unfoundedness, in fact and in law, of the unjust discrimination made according to the different nature of the works carried out, it will be able to explain its effects in multiple judgments still in progress before the trial courts.
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