The Statuto is forty, but looking very well
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The author analyses the principal provisions of the Workers' Statute of 1970 in the light of the following jurisprudential application and normative evolution. The main contention of the author is that the law was really innovative when it was adopted, and this is the reason why the major benefits were reaped only after a few years of application. In the same way, the innovative content of the Statute explains why it has been overcome and completed in some provisions, but no section appears outdated.
- Italian Workers' Statute
- case law
- normative evolution