Born in Milan in 1966, he is married with four children. Mr Cesare Pozzoli graduated with top marks from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan in 1991. From 1991 to 1993, he worked with a law firm specialised in civil law in Milan and since 1994 he has developed thorough knowledge of labour and trade union law, working with the lawyer Fabrizio Fabbri and founding the legal firm Studio legale Fabbri & Associati in 1997. Mr Pozzoli is registered in the List of Counsel before the Supreme Court of Cassation.
Cesare Pozzoli has been a member of the Board of Directors of several companies and bodies, including until 2008 ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi S.p.A), where he was also President of the Audit Committee, SO.GE.MI S.p.A. (Società per l’Impianto e l’Esercizio dei Mercati Annonari all’Ingrosso di Milano), the Istituto Regionale per il Diritto allo Studio (ISU) at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, where he was appointed by Milan City Council. He is currently a member of the Executive Council of the Milan Lawyers’ Association, director of Cooperativa La Zolla in Milan and a member of various legal associations. From June 2021 Cesare Pozzoli is a member of the AEM (Azienda Elettrica Municipale) Foundation.
Mr. Pozzoli regularly appears before national courts and administrative authorities. He provides assistance and advice both in and outside court, for leading companies and banks, regarding all aspects of labour law.
Mr Pozzoli has written several articles for magazines specialised in labour law and also attends conferences on labour law as a speaker. He has also been a consultant for the drawing up of National Collective Labour Contracts and important trade union negotiations.
Since the academic year of 2002/2003, he has lectured on labour law at the Specialisation School for Legal Professions at Milan University. He has lectured on the “NGO Manager” Masters course at the Catholic University in Milan. Since 2009, Mr Pozzoli has lectured at the Executive MBA, the Masters in Human Resources and the Masters in Corporate Management and Strategy by Il Sole 24 Ore.
From 2001 to date, he has taken part in the establishment and realisation of a preparatory course for the lawyers’ state exam, promoted by the Milan Lawyers’ Association, together with Libera Associazione Forense.
Intervistato dal Corriere della Sera in data 30.3.2021, l’avv. Cesare Pozzoli spiega l’importanza dell’obbligo vaccinale contro il Covid-19 per il personale sanitario, obbligo poi introdotto dal decreto legge approvato dal Consiglio dei Ministri del 31.3.2021.
Interviewed by Il Giornale, Mr Pozzoli goes back to the topic of the “dismissals ban” and its consequences for companies and employees after the recent INPS Message no. 4464 of 26 November 2020
Interviewed by ilsussidiario.net, Cesare Pozzoli resumed the topic of smart-working by summarizing the regulations and dwelling on the implications deriving from the new provisions set forth in the Dpcm dated 3.11.2020 which “strongly recommends” “the use of the smart working mode”.
In an interview with Corriere della Sera, Mr Cesare Pozzoli explains that if an employee falls ill with Covid at the workplace, the company may be held responsible in the event that the employer could have placed the employee in smart work, although smart working is only “strongly recommended” by the new Prime Minister’s Decree published on 4th November 2020 in the Italian Official Gazette.
Interviewed by “Il Corriere della Sera”, Mr. Cesare Pozzoli talks about the topic of employees in quarantine because they tested positive at Covid 19, but asymptomatic.