With the judgment of February 3, 2021 (joined cases C-155/19 and C-156/19), the Court of Justice of the European Union addressed the question relating to the formal qualification of the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio and the consequent obligation to apply the rules on public evidence contained in Legislative Decree 18 April 2016, n. 50 (“Procurement Code”).
With the document published on 21st January 2021, the OECD Secretariat comes back on criteria and methods of application of DTTs as a result of the pandemic in progress which, for over a year now, is affecting the whole world and involves unprecedented law provisions as regards recipients, contents, terms and methods of support to the largest and most varied number of productive and non-productive categories, directly or indirectly impacted by the adverse economic consequences generated by the health emergency.
"Decreto Sostegni" approved the following amendments: total postponement of one year for "external" warning procedures; possibility to modify "closed" debt restructuring agreements.
Last April 30th Draghi government submitted to the European Commission the final version of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), so-called Recovery Plan, the document that explains how the Italian Government intends to use the funds that will come from the European Union through the Next Generation EU (NGEU), with a total value of 750 billion euro.
A few weeks after the ruling that deemed void the dismissal of an executive for violation of the emergency discipline of the block of dismissals, the Court of Rome intervenes on the issue again by accepting a diametrically opposed orientation.
The 2021 conventional wages for employees working abroad have been published.
INPS clarifies that in the event of administration, the place of work relevant for the purposes of recognizing the relief must be identified in the place where the service is actually carried out.
New urgent measures to support businesses and economic players, related to Covid-19 emergency.
The "Support Decree" provides for the extension of the validity period of the main measures already provided for by the so-called "emergency" legislation currently in force in favour of workers and companies, in order to mitigate the effects on employment and income resulting from the Covid-19 epidemiological emergency.
With the entry into force of the Law Decree no. 18 of March 17, 2020 a number of important tax incentives were introduced into the Italian law.