«It is a pleasure working with both Sharon Reilly and Marco Tesoro. They are responsive, extremely professional and have excellent knowledge and understanding of a complicated employment environment. They cut through the complexity and provide clear, straightforward and pragmatic advice, but importantly have a strong commercial understanding, particularly of international businesses, whose priorities can clash with the normal pace of Italian employee relations and employment law»
In Reilly & Tesoro our business is to know your business. We have a fully-rounded practice in employment law, industrial relations and compliance: we manage the HR pressure points, offering risk-based solutions and freeing you up to run your business.
We work alongside our clients to ensure an optimal management of their workforce and trade union relations, foreseeing their needs and flagging up potential risks at each stage of the business. We pride ourselves in our hands-on approach, our daily interaction, our attention to detail and always monitoring future developments in business and law.
Integrity. Transparency. Efficiency. Respect. Good judgement. Hard work. We are highly-specialised, with a strategic mindset: we truly strive to be valued business partners to each and every one of our clients and to deliver the best results in the shortest time possible.
«Sharon Reilly is acclaimed by market commentators as “a very good lawyer” who is highly experienced in advising on secondments, dismissals, hiring and industrial relations matters at both international and domestic levels»
«Sharon Reilly is a leading practitioner in the space after more than 30 years’ experience in the field. Her internationally focused practice offers a wealth of knowledge on matters relating to restructuring and business transfers»
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