scena crimine

Crime scene Euroleges Law Firm is behind a mission of a popular Italian war reporter. Thanks to our professional network developed along the years it was possible to enter into the dark past of the Jugoslav regime. In Slovenia, a Government Commission investigates the massacres made by the Tito regime. Mass killings that executed under… Read More


estonia franchising

Franchising in Estonia Baltic Republics, Estonia in particular, represent a vivid business reality not so well known abroad. Recently Estonia emerged as one of the most digital advanced states in the world thanks to its e-Residency program and the “ban” to a complicate bureaucracy. A way to enter Franchising agreements can be a good opportunity… Read More


erasmus

Conterence at Campidoglio about how Erasmus effects the working life. On Thursday 14th November at Council Room of Rome’s City Hall it was held the opening of ICE 2019 – Erasmus Cultural Meeting. The promoter was Erasmus Student Network Italy. The Conference’s focus was “Erasmus Aftermovie: life after the Erasmus experience”. Erasmus Student Network is… Read More


copyright alessio franconi

Blockchain & Copyright Technology and innovation became two strategic factors for the photography sector. “The advent of internet and the digital era changed deeply the world of photography. Whereas the photographic language had an almost universal expansion, on the other hand, the possibility of affirming and protecting copyright seems to have been almost nullified. However,… Read More


alessio franconi

From the Great War battlefields to a united Europe This is the title of the conference organized by Alessio Franconi in collaboration with the Representation of the European Commission in Italy and which was held on Thursday 25 October 2018 at Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan. A reportage to reflect also about European Union law… Read More


Brexit in short After the UK’s vote to leave the EU and consequent notice of withdrawal under Article 50 (2) of the Treaty on European Union, the UK has entered into a two-year negotiation period ending at the latest on 30 March 2019, in which it should – in the best case scenario – smooth… Read More