Gabriele Bottino

Full Professor of Administrative Law at the University of Milan and Deputy Editor in Chief of CERIDAP

This contribution aims to outline the changes in the perception of the risk of liability by the health workers through the critical analysis of the most recent regulatory interventions and jurisprudential guidelines. More specifically, and examining the structure of the offenses, the reflections concern the criminal liability of doctors, the civil liabilities of doctors and health facilities, the consequent fiscal liability.

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Coronavirus mascherina

Local authorities are increasingly called “proximity public administrations”: proximity to the needs of their citizens. The experience of the “Covid-19” pandemic represents an authentic “proof” for all local administrations. The essay analyzes the role that, according to the most recent state regulatory provisions, the Republic entrusts to local authorities, in order to actively support its citizens.

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