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BdaLaw will join Mora & Associati

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 19 Mar 2019


We are pleased to inform all our friends and contacts that from April 1, 2019, BdaLaw will join Mora & Associati, a Law Firm founded by Professor Andrea Mora.

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Doing Business 2019 - Training for Reform

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 29 Dec 2018


Also this year BdaLaw has contributed to 'Doing Business 2019: Training for Reform' the annual Report of the World Bank.

Giuseppe Broccoli and Elisabetta Ventrella have dealt with Italian regulations on starting a business, dealing with construction permits and registering property.

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BdaLaw successfully represented an Italian Contractor in a Court case relating to the calling of a Performance Bond

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 23 Oct 2018

The Performance Bond

The Contractor signed with the Supplier a contract for the supplu of certain major components in respect of the revamping of a power station in Middle East. The contract provided the issue of a Performance Bond to secure the proper and timely performance of the Supplier's obligations.

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Doing Business 2018 - The World Bank annual Report

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 29 Sep 2018

Giuseppe Broccoli, Elisabetta Ventrella and Fabio Zanchi have contributed to the 'Doing Business 2018: Reforming to create jobs' survey for Italy in respect of the following sections:

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Getting the Deal Through: Construction 2019

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 29 Sep 2018

BdaLaw is honored to have contributed to the 12th edition of Construction, a volume in the Getting the Deal Through series of annual reports which provides international analysis in key areas of law and policy for corporate counsel, crossborder legal practitioners and business people.

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On-Demand Bond: how it works

By Giuseppe Broccoli on 10 Jul 2017

 One of the most frequent problems in international construction projects (and more generally in international commerce) is represented by the issue of bonds or guarantees that the Employer requests to secure the performance of the contract. The purpose of said bonds is to guarantee the Employer that he will recover any loss or damage that it might suffer as a consequence of the breach of the Contractor. 

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