`Palermo Martini Law Firm` is a young and dynamic reality composed of two professionals working in different fields of law.
Mr. Palermo graduated from `University of Udine` and later carried out the training contract in the `Forum of Venice`, dealing mainly with criminal law issues. Since the beginning of his profession, he has thrown himself into the study of the practice of criminal law, developing a considerable experience concerning offences against property, urban crimes and with regard to controlled substance. He attended the `Scuola Nazionale di Alta Formazione per l'Avvocato Penalista` passing the final exam for the acquisition of the specialist title and he is constantly taking part in training events concerning the most prominent and current criminal issues.
Mrs. Martini graduated with flying colours from `University of Udine` and later thrown herself mainly into the study and practice of civil law, addressing particularly disputes concerning family, succession and compensation. She pays great attention to the consultancy concerning civil law and out-of-court settlement of disputes, especially with regard to the protection of family, consumers, property and contracts. Since 2011, she has been collaborating with the Civil Law Chair of the `University of Udine`, where she has been appointed expert of civil and private law. She is PhD in European Union law and she is currently carrying out a teaching assignment at the `University of Udine` as private law guest lecturer.
Mr. Palermo carries on his activity mainly in the field of criminal law, dealing particularly with offences against property (i.e., theft, extortion, fraud, embezzlement, etc.), crimes against persons, urban crimes, offences against the public administration (i.e., abuse of office, speculate, etc.), tax disputes and crimes concerning controlled substance.
On the other hand, Mrs. Martini deals with civil law's issues, mainly concerning family law, succession, contracts, insurance law, civil liability, consumer protection.
The Law Firm benefits from first level external consultants for issues requiring specific competences, such as labour law, administrative law and immigration law.