About MDM Law firm

Established in 2006 by Massimiliano Di Martino, MDM Law firm provides a wide range of legal services to its Italian, US, UK and German based clients in their cross-borders transactions and day-to-day operations. The firm also advices in all areas of law arising in such matters, including International Law, Corporate, Intellectual Property, Competition, and potential litigation.

EU adopts measures to respond to Russia’s military aggression

2022-03-08T14:34:45+00:007 March 2022|EU Law, Insights, International Commercial Law, International Law, International Sale of Goods, Latest News, Legislative Updates, Market trends, Pro-Bono, Regulatory and Compliance|

We are here to help you navigate the challenges you and your organization may be facing as a result of the Russian military's invasion of Ukraine.

General Assembly Overwhelmingly Adopts Resolution Demanding Russian Federation Immediately End Illegal Use of Force in Ukraine, Withdraw All Troops

2022-03-08T14:32:23+00:003 March 2022|Insights, International Commercial Law, Latest News|

United Nations' Member States today overwhelmingly adopted a resolution demanding the Russian Federation immediately end its invasion of Ukraine and unconditionally withdraw all its military forces from that neighbouring country, as the General Assembly continued its emergency session on the crisis.

Coronavirus: the impact on the Italian judicial system (in Italian)

2020-04-09T20:17:42+00:009 April 2020|Coronavirus Resource Center, Legislative Updates, Market trends|

Italy: The Italian government adopted urgent and extraordinary measures in relation to the judicial system, with specific provisions for civil, tax, criminal and administrative trials. In this section you will find all the relevant updates (contents are in Italian).

Coronavirus: Italy shuts down all non-essential factories and businesses (in Italian)

2020-03-25T15:01:50+00:0023 March 2020|Coronavirus Resource Center, Legislative Updates|

Il Decreto del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri del 22 marzo 2020 prevede la sospensione (e quindi la chiusura) di tutte le attività produttive industriali e commerciali (salvo il caso Read More

Shareholders’ meetings and annual financial statements at the time of Covid-19 (in Italian)

2020-03-24T10:54:33+00:0020 March 2020|Coronavirus Resource Center, Legislative Updates, Market trends, Regulatory and Compliance|

Italy: The Italian government adopted urgent and extraordinary measures aimed at allowing companies to call ordinary shareholders' meetings within 180 days of the end of the financial year, as well as to facilitate the holding of shareholders' meetings, in compliance with the provisions aimed at reducing the risk of contagion (contents are in Italian).

Coronavirus: the impact on the Court of Justice of the European Union

2020-03-22T21:17:50+00:0019 March 2020|Coronavirus Resource Center|

Important messages for parties 1. Court of Justice 19 March 2020 Owing to the unprecedented health crisis that we are currently experiencing, the Court of Justice is obliged temporarily to Read More

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