Our Italian Lawyers and Qualified Solicitor in Ireland, England and Wales advise a large number of international clients doing business in and from Ireland. We also advise our Irish clients on their activities and operations in Italy. We can assist you in all your needs. Our team also advises private individuals in relation to a range of issues.
SERVICES TO COMPANIES
- corporate law matters
- business immigration
- international Business
- compliance and regulatory matters
- commercial contracts
- crisis management
- mergers and acquisitions
- employment law
- litigation and management of claims
- GDPR compliance
- start-up law
- tax law
- debt recovery
- intellectual property law
- Brexit related issues
SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS
- employment contracts in IT and IRL
- asset protection
To achieve our goals, we work with our Associates and with Italian and local businesses, as well as with all public and private entities that act in an organized way to support the internationalisation of companies, in particular: Regions, Chambers of Commerce , Trade associations, Fairs, Consortia, Cooperatives, Business networks, Industrial districts, Banks, Economic departments and territorial development, international organizations.
Point of reference and as a subject strongly rooted in the territory able to offer suitable answers above all to that reality widely represented in the economic fabric of the two countries.
Promote, safeguard and defend together with the local authorities the interests of the associated entrepreneurial companies present on both territories of the contracting countries.
Give concrete answers to the operators and institutions that need information on the economic situation and on the opportunities offered in the most attractive sectors of the Irish / Italian economy and it also materializes in a constant work of raising awareness among the local and national authorities of the two countries about the needs of the business world.
The IICC’s commitment is constantly aimed at positively addressing the development trajectories to lead to the growth of the Italian-Irish economic system.