Advocate Fabrizio Daverio

Born in Milan in 1954, Fabrizio Daverio graduated in Jurisprudence in 1978.

From 1978 to 1983 he was Assistant Lecturer in the History of Roman Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan and from 1983 to 1986 Assistant Lecturer in Labour Law at the Faculty of Economics of the Bocconi University in Milan.

In 1978, at the same time as commencing his academic career, he also started in practice and later developed a noted specialisation in labour and social security law.

In 1997 he established his own law firm, and in 2001 with Salvatore Florio created Studio Legale Daverio & Florio.

He has, over the years, had considerable experience not only in Milan but all over Italy and has also developed the non-litigation side of the business, such as procedures concerning the effects on a workforce of windings-up, mergers, transfers of part of a business, out-sourcing, sub-contracting, collective redundancy procedures and the regulation of employee use of information, internet and technology services.

From time to time he hosts private forums on the latest topics in Labour Law in order to illustrate to clients the range of opportunities and solutions to various problems.

He has written numerous articles in newspapers and periodicals on the subject of Labour Law