Terms of Use

The navigation and use of the web site accessible at the URL www.fasano.pro (hereinafter “Site”) requires the integral acceptance of these Terms of Use. Users agree to have read and to accept these Terms of Use and/or any other note, legal notice, informative or disclaimer published in any part of the Site.

Users bind, relieving Avv. Pierfrancesco C. Fasano and his partners (hereinafter “FASANO avvocati” or “FASANO”) of any liability, to use the Site and any other service, data, information etc. available on the Site only for legitimate purposes and abiding by all terms and conditions of use anywhere specified on the Site. Users take the full and sole responsibility for any illegitimate use and/or infringement of the applicable law.

The Site is published by Avv. Pierfrancesco C. Fasano located in Piazza Bottini, 1, 20133 Milano, Italy. Phone +39 02 45506621. Facsimile +39 02 40708747. E-mail: fasano@fasano.pro. Partita IVA (Italian VAT Code) 12339460151. Referring Bar Association: Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano. E&O Insurance Policy n° 293692894 Assicurazione Generali S.p.A. Coverage: € 250.000,00.

The Site could set links to other websites or Internet resources. Users realize and recognize that cannot be held responsible for the correct functioning of such web sites or external resources.

Hyper-textual links and any other kind of link to the Site cannot be set without the express written authorization of FASANO avvocati. However, setting such links, even upon authorization, does not imply any responsibility for FASANO avvocati, and it is clearly understood that FASANO avvocati has the right to request at any time for their removal.

FASANO avvocati states that data processing of User’s personal data collected in connection navigation and/or use of content of this Site and any other functionality of the Site will be performed fully abiding by the restrictions and obligations set out in the Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, no. 196 (“Testo Unico delle norme in materia di tutela dei dati personali”) complying with the modalities and the aims provided for in this information that users agree to have carefully read.

FASANO avvocati reserves at any time the right to modify this Site and to amend these Terms of Use.

These Terms of Use and relations between Site users and FASANO avvocati are subject to Italian Law and come under Italian jurisdiction. Any dispute arising between Site users and FASANO avvocati in connection with the use of the Site will be submitted to the Italian jurisdiction and will be of exclusive territorial competence of the Court of Milan.

FASANO avvocati welcomes user’s comments and suggestions on Site and/or services. Users may contact the Site webmaster at: desk@fasano.pro or write to the firm geographical address. All suggestion or information gathered by FASANO avvocati in this way will be treated as un-confidential information and can be used without limitations. Users will be held responsible if the information supplied to FASANO avvocati violates third parties rights.

The information on this Site is published, without the character of periodicity, for information purposes only. Information do not constitute legal advice and can not in any way replace professional intervention. Much of the information provided in the Site, are drawn directly from the official websites of different public institutions. The Site notes the current rules relating to the processing of personal data in the reproduction of judicial proceedings for the purposes of legal information, as reported by the guidelines of the Italian Watchdog for the Personal Data Protection (Garante Privacy) adopted on 2 December 2010. According to such guidelines guide, the personal data contained in judicial proceedings published on the Site are not normally obscured, unless anonymisation is not prepared by the same authority or judicial recourse hypothesis statutory prohibition of dissemination.

Free use for non profit purpose, citing the author / originator of the contribution and the source ‘FASANO avvocati – www.fasano.pro’, without changing the texts (so-called ‘fair use’ under Article 10 of the Berne Convention for the Protection of literary and artistic works).