Areas of Activity

The Studio Legale Bongiorno’s experience in the field and competent professionals allow it to offer its clients a wide range of legal services – traditional legal consultancy services: assistance in criminal cases at every stage and level of proceedings, risk assessment and preparation of organisational models (231), assessment of the administrative liability of bodies, due diligence for companies, technical defence in preventive measure proceedings, assistance before sports law bodies, defence in disciplinary proceedings, applications to the European Court of Human Rights, etc.

 

In order to respond to clients’ needs promptly swiftly and effectively, the legal team works in groups of lawyers organised to suit the complexity or nature of the cases. This ensures absolute professionalism and efficiency when dealing with the many different sides of dispute. The firm also has links with a large number of other law firms in Italy and abroad, and employs the services of top technical consultants.

The Studio Bongiorno offers legal advice to individuals and companies in criminal matters. The legal team has expertise in all the traditional areas of criminal law, as well as in criminal law in economics, labour and business in general.

The Studio Legale Bongiorno has many years of experience of criminal cases, having assisted and defended clients in proceedings of national and international importance.

Thanks to significant experience of sports law cases at the highest level, the Studio Legale Bongiorno is able to provide assistance in this specific sector to companies, club members, shareholders and managers.

In the context of its activities, the firm is specialised in disciplinary proceedings, especially those carried out by magistrates.

In the world of business, investment opportunities must always be assessed in the light of possible criminal risks.

The firm also assists people liable to the application of personal and asset protection measures, along with their heirs and rightful claimants, as well as third parties that own or jointly own attached assets.

Under Legislative Decree 231/2001, bodies can be called to account for certain offences committed in their interest or benefit by the directors, managers or employees under their management or supervision.

The firm has gained extensive experience in corporate liability, and assists legal entities, companies and associations being investigated or charged under Legislative Decree 231/2001.

The firm provides assistance and advice on international matters, and is experienced in drafting appeals to the European Court of Human Rights.