Giuseppe Bulgarini d’Elci wrote the article “L’infortunato lavora altrove: no al recesso” (Worker on occupational accident leave working elsewhere: no termination) published in the Italian business newspaper il Sole24Ore. The article comments on the decision of the Court of Cassation no. 4237/2015 which ruled that the conduct of a worker who, during a period of leave resulting from an occupational accident, carries out work that basically coincides with the activities of his employment, is not a cause for termination. Such conduct is merely punishable with a lesser penalty that maintains the integrity of the employment relationship (e.g., disciplinary measures, fines, etc.).