NCTM launches trade and customs practice
With the aim of increasing the firm’s specialisation, NCTM Studio Legale Associato has launched its new trade and customs practice: the firm’s 19th practice area.
The department is being co-ordinated by partner Bernard O’Connor and is made up of five other partners — Paolo Rampulla, Alberto Rossi, Luca Toffoletti, Federico Trutalli and Paolo Lazzarino — who will advise on the protection of intellectual property rights at the EU borders.
The group will give advice regarding the transportation of goods and services beyond national borders and access to foreign markets and will specialise in every aspect of customs law.
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