KM Legal Net

Italian and International Law Firm in London

KM Legal Net

1 Alfred Place
Alfred Place, London, WC1E 7EB

London WC1E 7EB
United Kingdom

Phone+44 (20) 7 112 8022

Website www.kmlegalnet.com
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Other Offices: Milan  

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Law Firm Overview

Founded in 2015 as the Legal Division of Kenton & Miles Group, KM Legal Net is an international law firm with offices in London, England and Milan, Italy. Practice areas encompass corporate and commercial law, banking and finance, private equity, energy, insolvency law and debt restructuring, real estate, intellectual property, tax law, public and administrative law, criminal law, estate planning and probate, contracts, corporate governance, and real estate. The firm also offers litigation and alternative dispute resolution in matters of personal injury such as medical malpractice product liability, family law, employment law, and Social Security and Welfare Services claims.

The lawyers have decades of experience along with substantial academic and professional credentials. With professionalism, approachability, pragmatism and creativity, they seek tailor-made and practical solutions to clients’ legal matters.

Year this Office was Established: 2015

Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, German, French,Portuguese/Brazilian, Chinese

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Additional Areas of Law: Property Offences; Fiscal Crimes; Cyber Crimes; Corporate Crimes; National and International Debt Recovery; Vicarious Corporate Liability; Private Clients and Wealth Management.


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Debt Collection in the UK
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Debt Collection in Italy
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Articles Published by KM Legal Net

 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU

Are You GDPR Ready? The new European Regulation is going to change current Data Protection Law framework GDPR comes into force on 25th May 2018, placing new obligations on anyone who collects, stores or processes the personal data within EU territory.

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 DAFT – The Dutch American Friendship Treaty

The Dutch American Friendship Treaty (DAFT), is an agreement between the United States of America and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This agreement enables American citizens preferential treatment to start a business or work on a self-employed basis in the Netherlands and its territories.

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 Sequestro Conservativo: A Legal Tool to Guarantee Your Credit in Italy

The sequestro conservativo (freezing order) is an interim order aimed to prevent a party/debtor from enjoying their assets in prejudice of the creditors’ rights.

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 Setting Up a Mobile Home in Italy

An interesting alternative method to enjoy and improve your plot of land in Italy. Assisting you with making your Italian dream come true

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 Evicting Tenants for Non-Payment: English and italian Procedure

Eviction is a process that allows a landlord to lawfully remove a tenant from the leased premises. Most of the time eviction proceeding can be a daunting process, so if your tenant is in rent arrears, and you want to start an eviction procedure, you need a legal team able to understand the intricacies of tenancy law. Eviction proceedings are different in Italy and in UK, but both have got specific procedures that must be minutely followed in order to achieve your goal.

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 Enforcement of Italian Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters in England and Italy

If you have got an Italian or English judgment concerning civil and commercial matters but the defendant/debtor fails to comply with it and his/her assets is abroad compared to where the judgment has been delivered (i.e. Italian judgment and debtor’s assets is located in U.K. or vice versa) you need to start a particular procedure ruled by European Law.

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 Cybersecurity: The Italian Paradise for Hackers

The current and rising spread of cloud computing, social media, wireless connectivity, e-commerce and big data is showing every day more and more severe impact on the security of information systems. Much like the rest of the world, cyber-attacks in Italy constitute a present issue in the increasingly open and mobile market.

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 Data Retention and National Law: Privacy over Public Security in the EU

The ECJ ruling in Joined Cases C-203/15 and C-698/15 Tele2 and Watson. The ECJ’s recent judgment in the important cases C-203/15 and C-698/15 regards the conditions under which Member States may impose general data retention obligations on communications services providers. The decision has remarkable importance, in the light of the necessary balance of human rights concerning national data retention legislation, in matters such as such as privacy, individual rights and public security.

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 Subrogation in Loan Agreements Under Italian Law

Subrogation in loan agreements (“surroga del mutuo” or “portabilità del mutuo”) is an innovation introduced in Italy by the Budget Law of 2008, known as “Legge Bersani” and consequently disciplined by art. 120-quater of legislative decree n. 385/1993 (Testo Unico Bancario - Consolidated Banking Act).

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 What You Need to Know About Franchise Agreements in Italy

Franchise can be a wonderful approach to achieving success in life, as for many people owning a franchise can be a less risky alternative to a standard corporate job. Surely, the empowerment this strategy represents and the reliance on a consolidated brand can be an attractive opportunity, but it is important to carefully consider the terms of the agreement you sign when becoming a franchisee.

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 Setting Up a Company in Italy

Doing Business in Italy - It should be noted that there are subtle differences compared to other countries and it is important that these are understood before deciding to set-up a company in Italy.

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