Performing in all areas where the firm is active, due diligence to determine the real legal, regulatory, asset, and fiscal and accounting situation of the companies.
In the tax sphere, due diligence is mainly aimed at checking the occasional contingencies by verifying the fiscal and accounting procedures adopted by the company, with the purpose of remedying possible process failures as well as to check possible understated or overstated tax payments, avoiding any official notifications and/or loss of credits.
In corporate, contract and real estate fields, legal audits are focused in analyzing all acts practiced by the company and its partners/shareholders, in order to allow an evaluation of the contracted rights and obligations, as well as the validity and effectiveness under legal (formal and material) aspects.
In social security and employment/labor matters, due diligence is focused also in determining occasional contingencies by revising employment/labor and social security and human resources routines, including the evaluation and quantification of administrative and/or judicial processes that involve the company as a plaintiff or a defendant.
In environmental law, the audit is entirely regulatory and is aimed at evaluating the company’s standing in relation to the required licenses and certificates as well as identifying occasional contingencies resulting from administrative and/or judicial proceedings.