1) Terms of use

The website of the Mazza Law Firm is an online service designed for information purposes. The use of the same is subject to acceptance of the established conditions. Anyone who does not intend to accept them is excluded from its use and cannot download any material from it for their own or third party use. 

Within the organizational structure of the Mazza Law Firm there are no professional figures in any way comparable to editors, editorial committees or head directors. Therefore, the study website is in no way comparable to a newspaper according to the provisions and disciplined by Law 62/01. 

2) Restrictions on the use of content

All the contents of the pages of the site are Copyright 2017 and all rights are reserved. 

The contents of the pages of the site cannot be transferred, copied, reproduced, loaded or published in any way without prior authorization from the Mazza Law Firm. 

Any act aimed at copying, reproducing, publishing, subtracting, modifying or altering this material, without explicit authorization, is punishable in application of the civil, criminal and administrative rules. 

The brand that appears on the site is owned by the Mazza Law Firm and cannot be used on other websites without the prior written consent of the Law Firm. 

The Studio Legale Mazza trademark cannot be used as the Internet address of other sites, or as part of other addresses, without the necessary written consent of the Studio Legale Mazza. 

3) User rights and duties

The user guarantees the truth and completeness of all information and personal data provided when requesting the service or subsequently. 

The user agrees to use the services offered by the Mazza Law Firm website exclusively for lawful purposes and permitted by current regulations, uses and customs, due diligence rules, and in any case without infringing the rights of third parties, the data protection, intellectual and industrial property protection laws and telecommunications.

4) Disclaimer

The contents and news of this site have a popular and informative purpose.

They do not constitute legal advice and do not replace specific legal advice. They have no commercial purposes or the establishment of relationships with customers.

The Mazza law firm declines all responsibility with reference to actions and omissions deriving from the use of the information and articles contained on this site.

5) Links with other portals

The portal may contain some “links” or “links” with other portals, sites or other resources of the internet.

The Mazza Law Firm is exempt from liability for the failure of these portals, sites or external resources.

It is not responsible for the content of these, not even advertising.

The user visits the site at his own risk and assumes the burden of taking appropriate precautions against any kind of virus or other determined or indeterminate destructive elements.

6) Treatment of personal data

The Legislative Decree 196/2003, called “Code regarding the protection of personal data”, brings together in a single context the law 675/1996 and the other legislative decrees, regulations and ethical codes that have taken place in recent years and the Regulation EU 2016/679 with information pursuant to art. 13 of the same EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation).

The Legislative Decree 196/2003 dictates provisions aimed at ensuring that the processing of personal data takes place in compliance with the rights, fundamental freedoms and dignity of individuals and legal persons.

The Mazza Law Firm assumes a primary commitment in safeguarding the confidentiality of the user’s personal data.

This information is provided pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 for the data provided by all those who interact with web services accessible electronically starting with the address

The data controller is the Mazza Law Firm, piazza Quintieri 14, 87100 Cosenza (Italy).

Contact the Mazza Law Firm at the email address: to exercise these rights or for other information.

7) Law and jurisdiction

These conditions are governed by Italian law.

The Court of Rome will have exclusive jurisdiction and competence in Italian disputes.

Subject to acting also in Courts of foreign countries.