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Ottavia Colnago

Ottavia Colnago is an associate at the firm’s Milan office. She is a member of the labor, employment and workplace safety practice group.

Before joining the firm, Ottavia worked as an associate in leading Italian law firms where she provided judicial and extrajudicial assistance in the field of labor law. She has gained experience in both litigation and day-by-day assistance to Italian and international companies in relation to the various labor law issues, from the establishment of the employment relationship to individual and collective dismissals, as well as in extraordinary transactions and personnel reorganizations.

Ottavia focuses in labor law and labor relations, and assists multinational companies and Italian industrial groups in every aspect of labor law, dealing with labor disputes, establishing and managing of employment relationships, disciplinary measures, individual and collective dismissals, corporate restructuring and union negotiations.

After graduating in 2013 with a final dissertation in international law and human rights, Ottavia attended a second-level university master's degree in international law at the University of Bergamo and a short post graduate course in labor law, social security and trade union relations of the 24Ore Business School; now she attends the AGI specialization course in labor law (Italian Employment Lawyers).

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