Arnone & Sicomo

Full-Service International Law Firm in Italy

Arnone & Sicomo

Via Sammartino, 45
Palermo 90141
Italy

Phone+39 3332454773
Fax +39 (091) 6124230

Website www.arnonesicomo.com
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Law Firm Overview

Arnone&Sicomo is a full service international law firm based in Palermo and offices in Milan, Rome, Cuneo, Trento, Catania, London, Madrid, Brussel and Istanbul, offering Italian, English, Spanish, French, and Arabic speaking clients skilled and knowledgeable assistance in a wide variety of personal and professional legal affairs with confidentiality, commitment, and professionalism.

Practice areas include Criminal Law and Criminal Business Law, Customs Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Real Estate, Data Protection Law, Probate and Family Law, Immigration, Tax and Financial Law, Administrative Law, Labor and Social Security Law, Insurance Law and Personal Injury, Canon and Ecclesiastical Law, and Litigation representation in European Institutions such as the European Court of Human rights, the European Court of Justice and the European Union Court.

The firm’s legal team provides services to both Italian and foreign individuals and companies requiring international legal assistance using a range of complementary and innovative services for complex matters that require an interdisciplinary approach.


Languages: Italian, French, English, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish

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Additional Areas of Law: Criminal Business Law; Canon and Ecclesiastical Law; Pension Law; Debt Collection; Obstruction of a Public Official; Corruption; Extortion; Abusive Use of Profession; Property Crimes; Computer Fraud; Receiving Stolen Goods; Financial, Bankruptcy and Corporate Crimes; Financial Illegalities; Fraudulent Bankruptcy; Market Rigging; Insider Trading; Market Manipulation; Tax Crimes; Cybercrimes; Phishing; Maritime Crimes; Environmental Offenses; Unlawful Detention; Stalking; Sexual Violence; Building and Planning Offenses; Rental Agreements; Real Estate Due Diligence; European Antritrust Law; Commercial Contracts; Due Diligence; Unfair Trade Practices; Property Leasing; Misleading Advertising; Economic Geopolitics; Property Rights Litigation; Right to Education; Health Medical Law; Social Security Litigation; Road Accident Cases; Property Damage Claim and Personal Injury; International Child Adoption and Legal Custody; Legal Recognition in Italy of LGBT Families; Asylum and International Protection; Enforcement Proceedings.


Partners

Donatella Sicomo Ms. Donatella Sicomo
Managing Partner
Commercial Ship Accident, Criminal Law, Cruise Ship Accidents, Customs Law, Health Care



Of Counsel

Francesco Giallombardo Mr. Francesco Giallombardo
Senior Attorney
Labor Law

Cristiana Girolimetto Ms. Cristiana Girolimetto
China desk business developer
Marketing Law

Laura Muscarella Ms. Laura Muscarella
Psychologist
Child Abuse, Child Pornography, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Law, Sex Crimes

Gianluigi Sciabica Mr. Gianluigi Sciabica
Senior Attorney
Bankruptcy

Giuseppe Serio Mr. Giuseppe Serio
Senior Attorney
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation

  

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Articles Published by Arnone & Sicomo

 Arrested in Italy: How Does It Take Place and How to File an Appeal

Arrest, as a measure that restricts personal liberty, is carried out by the Criminal Police against an individual who is caught while committing a criminal offence (i.e. flagranza propria) or against “whom right after committing the offence is chased by the criminal police, by the aggrieved party or by other parties, or whom is caught with things or evidence that prove he committed the offence right before” (i.e. flagranza impropria).

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 Due Diligence in Italy: What It Is and What It Is About

The concept of due diligence derives from the Anglo-American experience. It has to be intended as an investigation procedure aimed at investigating and assessing a company’s (the so-called “target”) contents, in order to allow evaluations of mainly economic nature (report).

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 Vehicular Manslaughter in Italy: A New Criminal Offense

Vehicular homicide in Italy is governed by Article 589 bis of the Criminal Code, as separate criminal offense introduced by the new law no. 41 dated March 23rd 2016 on vehicular homicide.

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 Drink-Driving in Italy

Drink-Driving in Italy is an offence punished with contravention, and of competence of the Court in monocratic composition, in accordance with articles 186 and 186 bis of the Traffic Code.

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 European Arrest Warrant

The European arrest warrant (EAW) is a legal procedure which consists in the request by an EU Member State's judicial authority to another State to arrest and surrender an individual who lives within its own territory.

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 Extradition in Italy

Extradition is a mechanism for international cooperation among sovereign States, it consists in the procedure by which a State (the requested State) turns over to another State (the requesting State) an individual charged with a crime committed in the requesting State, for purpose of being prosecuted or punished by final sentence.

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 Setting Up a Company in Italy: Advantages for Foreign Investors

Italy represents a very attractive Country for foreign investors who want to set up a company. This is due to the great success of the "made in Italy" products on the world market for many years.

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 Unlawful Building in Italy

Unlawful building in Italy occurs whenever an urban intervention without the required license is undertaken. It constitutes an infringement both on penal and administrative level.

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 Car Accident Compensation in Italy

How to request and obtain compensation in case of injuries.

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 Claims for damages for unfair detention in Italy

Compensation for the damages caused by unfair detention in Italy is governed by Articles 314 and 315 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

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 European Injunction: How to Submit the Application and How to Make an Objection

The European Parliament and the Council adopted on 12 December 2006 the Regulation (EC) No 1896/2006 establishing a European proceeding for injunction order aimed to rapid and effective collection of commercial claims arisen from cross-border legal disputes – in which at least one of the parties' domicile or residence is in one of the European Union Member States and it is different from that of the court seized (except from Denmark).

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 Criminal Rehabilitation in Italy: How to Obtain Deletion of Criminal Records

The criminal rehabilitation procedure in Italy allows persons who have been convicted of a crime by a judgement having the force of res judicata or by criminal judgement not objected to request, to obtain deletion of offences from the italian criminal record and subsequently discharge of the offences, provided that certain requirements are met.

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 Italian Criminal Record Check

Italian Criminal Record Check: How to submit a request.

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 Transcription of Foreign Decree Absolute in Italy

Transcription of foreign decree absolute: All you need to know to request it.

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 SIS Schengen: What It Is and What Is Its Use

SIS Schengen: The Schengen Infomation System and what to do in case an unlawful alert is issued.

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 BREXIT Consequences

Brexit's economic and financial consequences mean that the United Kingdom is the new fiscal haven.

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 Italian Criminal Procedure

Italian criminal procedure: Safeguards for Foreigners.

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 BREXIT: Hunt for Dual Citizenship and Italian Citizenship

BREXIT: the path towards divorce between the United Kingdom and Brussels June 23, 2016, represents a memorable day for the European Union (if still definable this way), since on that day the British were called to express through a consultative and not binding referendum their own will to continue benefiting from the right of being European citizens.

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 Crowdfunding Start-Up: What it Is and How it Works in Italy and the EU

Crowdfunding is an alternative source of funding that makes use of the web, and of the virtual environment, in order to put ideas in contact with other ideas, projects, people or groups of people and capital.

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 Elective Residence Visa in Italy

The elective residence visa allows to enter Italy and is for all foreigners interested in settling in the territory, whenever there is an interest in purchasing a property.

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 Compensation from a Skiing Accident

Ski accident damage: compensation in civil and criminal matters.

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 SME Internationalization: Business Strategies in Italy

SME Internationalization: How to expand business to overseas markets.

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 Flat Tax in Italy

Flat tax: What is it, how it works and benefits.

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 Real Estate Investments in Italy

Buying property in Italy: How to buy a house in Italy.

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