- 29 Oct 2018
On 29th October 2018, Francesco Bartolotta and Maria Carmela Lampariello joined Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo’s team of lawyers based in Rome.
Francesco and Maria Carmela, who join respectively as Senior Associate and Associate, have considerable experience in employment law, having worked for over 10 years with well-known law firms specialised in employment and labour law.
“Their arrival at the firm, which follows that of Maristella Coccia and Diego Paciello last year, is the continuation of the firm’s development strategy for the five-year period 2015-2019.” - commented Franco Toffoletto , Managing Partner of the firm. “After having reviewed all of the firm’s internal processes and having adopted a new practice management software in 2015, thereby achieving a significant improvement in terms of both efficiency and profitability, we have the resources for investing in new people and offices. I’m confident that thanks to Francesco’s and Maria Carmela’s experience, we will be able to further develop our Roman office and satisfy the needs of our clients, both nationally and internationally, in an increasingly efficient manner. We are pleased that Francesco and Maria Carmela have decided to share the firm’s values, organisation and ambitious plans for development. I’m certain that, as a result of their significant expertise and experience, they will be able to bring considerable value and extensively contribute to the development of our business.”
“Maria Carmela and I have been very impressed with the firm’s level of organisation and technological development and we are positive that, with the support of the Roman team, we will be able to rapidly develop a new and important business, focussing on the quality of the services offered by the firm, thanks also to the firm’s sophisticated and efficient organisation and IT system.
Following the firm’s merger with Prof. Raffaele De Luca Tamajo’s firm in 2011, Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo has achieved significant growth. This year, its turnover is set to be around € 20 million, with an increase of approximately 33% since 2011 and of 9% since 2015.