The scope of needs to be contemplated in labour law matters makes it difficult to exactly predetermine the tasks necessary to resolve them, and the best way to do it. However it is still possible to outline a summary of the modus operandi that our Professionals usually follow for activities in and out of court.
Out of court consultancy services (be it for the drafting of legal opinions or contracts, the management of out of court litigation or other consultancy activities) are always preceded by the joint preparation between our Professionals and the Client of a working plan. This working plan contains the list of issues to be addressed and problems to be solved, preferably accompanied by a cost estimate to allow the Client to know in advance what is the cost they will have to bear. Each mandate is then carried out in close collaboration with the human resource manager or any other individual the Client has designated. Such a person would be constantly informed during briefings dedicated to analysing the development of the procedure and through the delivery of periodic updated reports.
Legal assistance in court usually postulates – although not always (for example, in a case where you must ascertain the absence of any sickness for which the worker has claimed) – the quality of the defendant/respondent to the Client. This allows you, after reading the opponent preliminary statement and the evaluation of the documents attached to it, to gain adequate knowledge of the nature of the dispute, its expected duration time, the likely costs of the preliminary investigation and the likelihood of success. The signing of a power of attorney mandate is, therefore, usually combined with an agreement on what the compensation for the entire trial will be. Of which during the conduct, we guarantee constant updates to the Client by regularly sending detailed updates after each hearing and upon the event of any news within the trial.