Matteo Cocuzza

  • Agency
  • Immigration
  • Labor
  • Litigation
  • Privacy and Data Security
  • Italy
City: Turin
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Matteo Cocuzza is a labor lawyer who assists Italian and foreign clients in judicial and extrajudicial matters with reference to labor law, social security and agency matters.

He has gained considerable experience in the management of all aspects of labour law in the context of corporate reorganizations (e.g. collective dismissals, transfers, plant closures, company disposals, mergers and acquisitions, cross-border operations, access to social security, etc.) and international mobility of workers (cross-border postings, European Blue Card, transfers, etc.).

In the area of Privacy, he deals in particular with issues relating to remote control of workers and the drafting of the information provided pursuant to art. 4 of the Workers’ Statute on video surveillance and indirect controls of workers.

He is a member of AGI (Italian Association of Labour Lawyers); since 2018 he is a member of the International Affairs Commission established within the Council of the Bar Association of Turin. He is a member of AIJA and advisor of the Piedmont and Savoy Lawyers Association. He is also advisor of Reseau Entreprendre Piemonte.

He is member of the Bar Association of Turin since 1999. After working for 16 years (since 2011 as a partner) at the Law Firm Agostino Pacchiana Parravicini e Associati of Turin, since July 2020 he opened his own firm operating within the network of lawyers BGLV & Partners with main offices in Turin, Milan, Florence, Lucca and Viareggio. Since 2015 it is admitted to the patronage before the Superior Courts.

In 2002 he obtained the habilitation to the profession of lawyer in France, where from 2001 to 2002 he collaborated with an international law firm in Lyon.

He speaks Italian, French and English.

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