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Labour & Employment — Mexico


Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Market-leading labour firm with a stellar reputation in this field. Regularly advises a range of multinational corporations on individual litigation matters, also winning mandates to counsel major conglomerates on restructuring labour relations in Mexico. Highly experienced in the drafting of new collective bargaining agreements, as well as the management of existing relations with the most active unions in the country. Team works across three offices nationwide. Acts for notable names from the financial services, manufacturing and retail sectors.

Strengths Impressed interviewees state: "They are an outstanding firm. Whenever we have needed their assistance with litigation, it has been very strong. We can't think of any way in which the firm should improve; the experience has been great."

Another source notes: "It is a very reliable law firm working not just in Mexico City, but in Monterrey as well."

Work highlights Represented Scania in a USD50 million unfair dismissal claim brought against the client by an ex-employee.

Notable practitioners

Clients are full of praise for pre-eminent practitioner Jorge De Presno-Arizpe, stating: "He is hands down one of the best employment lawyers in Mexico. He is a phenomenal lawyer with great legal acumen and is both strategic and responsive. He really understands what clients want and has the necessary business acumen to be able to guide us properly. Peers confirm that "it is great to work with him as a counterpart." He offers experience in negotiating with unions, also remaining active in the labour litigation field.

Associate-to-watch Alejandro Hernández provides expertise in company audits as well as collective bargaining agreements and strike procedures.

About the Team (content provided by Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C.)

General Overview

Labor & Employment

Under the concept of Labor Sustainability, Basham designs, promotes, and implements complete employment, immigration, and social security programs for our clients and their work force.

Our experience and knowledge of labor law, results in being able to respond effectively while maintaing high standards of quality regarding employment issues facing our clients. The firm focuses on adding value to employment matters in the areas of:

  • Human capital
  • Profitability
  • Stability
  • Social responsibility
  • Comprehensive planning

The firm provides our services to national and multinational companies and institutions engaged in a wide variety of businesses, helping them to optimize their human and material resources by adding value by what we do. 

The firm is aware that each client expects to receive objective advice, proven strategies, and professionalism. 

We therefore offer innovative, timely and complete solutions, as well as practices that fit our client’s specific needs to help them to make the best decisions for their business.

Basham Labor is made up of thirty lawyers, all experts in employment, social security and immigration matters. Some of the specialized services we provide are:

  • Consulting and litigation
  • Social Security
  • Immigration

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Natividad Abogados, S.C - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Long-standing boutique labour and employment practice offering expertise in collective bargaining, social security issues and labour disputes. Represents leading names from the financial, technology and telecommunications sphere. Continues to be viewed as a key name in labour matters, particularly due to its role representing the interests of key Mexican stakeholders in such current issues as the renegotiation of NAFTA and reforms to Mexican labour law.

Strengths Impressed clients say: "This is one of the most important firms in the labour and employment area in Mexico. We have never considered changing law firms whilst working with them."

Market commentators go on to add: "They handle an important volume of work in Mexico."

Work highlight Represented Contecon Manzanillo in reducing the cost of its collective bargaining agreement.

Notable practitioners

Revered figure Tomás Natividad Sánchez is lauded for his years of experience in the labour and employment field. One source states: "He is a very recognised figure in the market," while another adds: "He is very active participating in the field and is a phenomenal lawyer." His expertise encompasses representing clients in high-profile matters, such as the labour aspects of the renegotiation of NAFTA and upcoming reforms to Mexican labour law.

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Santamarina y Steta SC - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Highly distinguished full-service firm with a market-leading labour and employment practice. Boasts wide-ranging expertise spanning collective bargaining issues arising between large companies and influential unions in Mexico. Also well known for its practice in defending employers against individual claims brought by ex-employees on the grounds of unfair dismissal. Remains a popular choice among clients seeking to terminate employment relations with high-level executives, serving a clientele comprising revered names from the oil and gas, aviation and mining industries.

Strengths Clients praise the firm's front-running reputation, stating: "If we are talking about union matters, we work with Santamarina y Steta first."

Sources go on to enthuse: "They are efficient and their work is always of high quality. They always think of the business side of things and analyse all potential risks."

Work highlights Represented PKC Group in a claim in which the local miners' union sought to be recognised as representatives of the majority of the client's employees.

Notable practitioners

Of counsel Pedro Velasco offers expertise to clients in social security matters, labour litigation and collective bargaining agreements. Sources highlight him as a well-known figure in the sector.

Distinguished practitioner Juan Carlos De la Vega is highlighted by clients as "our go-to lawyer for union matters as he is brilliant." With over 30 years' experience in the labour and employment field, he boasts capabilities spanning both individual litigation and collective bargaining. Market commentators attest to his standing in the market. He recently advised Aeromar on its negotiations with the National Pilots' Union and the Flight Attendants' Union in respect of the potential acquisition of the client by Avianca.

Partner Andres Rodríguez Rodríguez is valued by clients, who say: "He is an experienced lawyer with great business acumen and who is open to discuss matters from various points of view." Peers go on to note that "he has good legal knowledge of the labour field and his work is always of a high quality."

About the Team (content provided by Santamarina y Steta SC)

For many years, our firm has offered and rendered to our clients legal services in labor matters. Our labor lawyers have specialized in the interpretation and application of the Federal Labor Law and its regulations for handling matters arising from individual and collective labor relationships, social security and housing matters.

We represent clients before the local and federal labor conciliation and arbitration boards, in handling individual and collective labor conflicts, including petitions concerning collective bargaining agreements, economic conflicts, and review or performance of labor agreements in light of a violation of the agreement or applicable law.

We also represent clients before administrative labor authorities, such as the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare (Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social or STPS) and the local offices and labor secretariats in the several Mexican States, especially in connection with labor inspections and the adoption and application or repudiation of recommended safety and health measures, as well as in defending the client from administrative sanctions and fines.

Additionally, we represent our clients in labor litigation matters in administrative and amparo proceedings, in filing appeals, complaints, and in other related means of defense.

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Baker McKenzie - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Noteworthy international firm recognised for its work in the labour and employment field in Mexico. Provides specialised working groups in areas of the discipline such as corporate restructuring, social security, litigation and collective bargaining agreements. Advises well-known multinational clients, also earning plaudits for its role advising on the employment component of corporate deals.

Strengths One client praises the team's expertise, stating: "They are an absolutely great law firm providing outstanding support at critical moments. When it comes to strike processes or more delicate matters, they're a great firm to engage."

Work highlights Advised Continental on the implementation of a flexible work programme for its 25,000-strong workforce.

Notable practitioners

Clients say that Manuel Limón "really knows what he is doing and manages to mitigate labour issues before they turn into litigation." Limón provides expertise in advising multinational corporations on high-level executive terminations and litigation, as well as compensation and benefit structures. He also advises on the labour aspects of corporate transactions.

Monterrey-based practice head Ricardo Castro-Garza offers expertise in labour litigation, as well as in the employment component of corporate restructuring. One peer highlights his work in local matters and adds: "He is very knowledgeable about labour law," while also attesting to his standing in the market.

Partner Alfonso García-Lozano is valued by clients, who state: "We have had a great experience working with him." He offers specialised expertise in individual litigation, as well as collective bargaining.

Partner Javiera Medina Reza is lauded by an impressed client for her expertise in labour consulting. Clients appreciate that "she really understands business issues and can make specific recommendations regarding the integration of employees," whilst one peer highlights her growing practice.

Partner Salvador Pasquel Villegas enters the rankings this year after strong endorsements from clients, one of whom notes: "Salvador is a great professional with extensive experience in labour and employment matters." They go on to enthuse that "he is very dedicated to his work, very responsive and is strategic and business-oriented."

About the Team (content provided by Baker McKenzie)

Our Mexico Employment & Compensation Practice Group partners and members act on behalf of the business sector in national and international non-governmental organizations, such as the International Labor Organization (ILO) and Joint Committee for Minimum Wages, National Social Security Technical Committee, holding key positions in the most influential corporate and academic associations in Mexico: American Chamber of Commerce, COPARMEX, National Board of the Maquila Industry, National Association of Company Attorneys, Mexican Attorneys’ Bar, Mexican Institute of Finance Executives.

As Mexico's premier global law firm, our well-known Employment & Compensation team offers a unique full range of labor-focused services to clients which differentiate us from other law firms in Mexico. From mergers & acquisitions to strategic planning, social security to contracts, Collective conflicts to litigation. We are able to coordinate our client's work in Mexico as well as support their global operations and help them strategically navigate the complexities of the Mexican market, the second most important market in Latin America. Our Employment & Compensation team is complimented by our leading Tax, Corporate and Compliance team. Our group's ability to advice on labor & employment matters across the transactional and disputes spectrum offers clients a unique ability to have one firm advise them in an integrated manner in Mexico.

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Hogan Lovells - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded full-service firm boasting a strong labour and employment department. Routinely wins mandates from clients to advise on the labour and employment aspects of corporate transactions, collective bargaining agreements and individual litigation, as well as social security issues. Serves a clientele composed of leading names from the food and beverage, insurance and telecommunications sectors.

Strengths Clients enthuse: "Their legal reports are very comprehensive and cover all possible aspects. This really helps us as clients, particularly where different areas of law overlap."

Work highlights Represented Iberia Aerolíneas de España in the yearly review of its collective bargaining agreement and the implementation of a bonus plan.

Notable practitioners

Partner Hugo Hernández-Ojeda Alvírez is praised by a client, who enthuses: "He is diplomatic, an excellent negotiator and good at working as part of a team. He handles matters without ego and provides a comprehensive service." Another source adds: "He is a great lawyer and a recognised figure in the market." His experience includes individual litigation, social security matters and collective bargaining.

Clients laud partner Luis Ricardo Ruíz Gutiérrez for being "a great lawyer who has a lot of knowledge of labour law and brilliant client service," adding: "He is very detailed and determined to give you specific recommendations." Another commentator also notes that "he is a reliable professional who gives you peace of mind because you are being well looked after." He offers experience in labour consulting and litigation, as well as social security matters.

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Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Respected labour and employment boutique handling significant labour disputes on behalf of notable names from the financial services, retail and automotive sectors. Team continues to get further praise for its non-contentious expertise, particularly in respect of the employment aspects of corporate restructuring and collective bargaining agreements.

Strengths The firm is praised by clients, one of whom enthuses: "Apart from their brilliant litigation department, they are also good at advising on the labour aspects of corporate deals, providing immediate responses and great results."

Notable practitioners

Partner Héctor González Graf garners praise from clients, who highlight his work in collective and social security matters. A client says: "He is a great professional with good client service and a broad knowledge of labour and social security issues." Another source goes on to add: "He is a very capable lawyer with a good sense of client service and urgency. He has strategic commercial insight and can adapt his work to all the needs of a company."

Partner Santiago Marván Urquiza provides expertise in labour consulting and dispute resolution. His involvements covers transactional labour and employment matters, including those relating to M&A deals and corporate restructurings. Clients commend him for providing "a spectacular client service," adding that "he is a technical lawyer with a lot of training and great client service."

Up-and-coming partner Nelson Guerrero Robles is valued by clients, who report that "he is efficient and always keen to contribute," going on to mention that "he is professional and knowledgeable of labour law." He garners further praise from sources for his ability to resolve issues quickly, as one source notes: "Whenever I have sent him a question, he has always handled it in a timely manner."

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Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri, S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Established full-service boasting strong coverage of the Mexican market through its offices in Mexico City, Monterrey and Querétaro. Department offers expertise in the employment component of transactions, as well as individual litigation and collective bargaining. Continues to win mandates from international companies hailing from the firm's key sectors of focus, such as automotive, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals.

Strengths An impressed client enthuses: "It should be recognised that they are an institutionalised firm in the labour and employment arena as this is really useful for clients. They're highly knowledgeable."

Work highlights Advised Bayer on the employment aspects of its tie-up with Monsanto, including the redrafting of benefit plans and labour policies, as well as collective bargaining and terminations.

Notable practitioners

Managing partner Alfredo Kupfer Domínguez is praised by clients for being "a very good lawyer who is recognised in the field and very accessible." Sources go on to add: "He has a lot of business acumen and is very good at hiring and firing." Kupfer renders advice to local and foreign clients on collective bargaining and social security issues, as well as transactional labour matters including M&A deals and corporate restructuring.

Monterrey-based partner David Eugenio Puente Tostado co-heads the labour, social security and immigration practice groups within the firm. His experience includes labour matters pertaining to corporate transactions, as well as social security and collective bargaining. One peer says: "He left me with a really good impression. He is a young lawyer with really good legal judgement." His client base draws from both local and international companies.

About the Team (content provided by Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri, S.C.)

This practice advises clients for compliance with labor and social security laws, also in the design and establishment of labor structures to achieve labor, tax and operational advantages. Additionally, this practice counsels clients on handling and processing immigration documentation for top-level executives and their families, supports human resources departments with on-going matters including employment agreements, terminations, and fringe benefit planning, and represents clients in employment litigation matters.

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Bufete de Buen S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded firm in labour and employment matters representing a broad range of clients, including both employers and employees. Maintains a focus on contentious labour matters, also providing expertise in collective bargaining issues. Client roster includes notable names from the banking and education sectors as well as international and domestic telecommunications companies.

Strengths Sources praise the firm's labour litigation practice, with one source describing the firm as "prestigious."

Notable practitioners

Main partner Carlos de Buen Unna receives praise from peers for being "an important figure" in the market. He offers experience in social security issues, litigation and collective bargaining agreements, as well as transactional labour work including corporate restructuring.

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De La Vega & Martínez Rojas S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Experienced labour and employment boutique fielding an experienced team in this field. Active across collective bargaining and labour litigation, providing further expertise in consulting major domestic and international clients from the banking and finance, telecommunications and retail sectors on labour issues such as terminations. Also provides experience dealing with social security issues.

Strengths Clients enthuse: "They have great technical abilities and their opinions tend to be respected by the authorities. They're a great firm in this area."

Work highlights Represented Wal-Mart in negotiations with its employees, who were calling for strike action on the grounds of dissatisfaction with their share in the company's profits.

Notable practitioners

Leading practitioner Oscar de la Vega is lauded by sources for being "one of the best labour lawyers in the field and someone who is always involved on significant matters." Clients go on to add: "He knows our weaknesses and worries and helps you to build your business accordingly. He is an expert labour lawyer with invaluable experience in this area." With over 30 years of experience in the labour and employment field, he is well versed in acting for clients in both a consultative capacity and as a litigator.

Peers commend partner Ricardo Martínez Rojas for his expertise in labour litigation. Sources call him "a prestigious labour litigator," while a market commentator adds: "He is a highly intelligent lawyer whose legal analyses are excellent." His experience spans collective bargaining and social security matters.

About the Team (content provided by De La Vega & Martínez Rojas S.C.)

De La Vega & Martinez Rojas, S.C. is devoted exclusively to representing management in Mexican labour law matters and in the social security practice. Its offices are in Mexico City and the firm has an extensive network of correspondents that cover the entire Mexican Republic. Its lawyers are registered in Bar Associations such as ANADE, National Bar of Lawyers, American Chambers of Commerce, International Bar Association (IBA) and American Bar Association (ABA), among others.

The firm’s leadership, experience and knowledge of Mexican labour law provides clients with timely, high quality and specific solutions, adding value in the areas of: human capital, cost effectiveness, labour stability, social accountability and comprehensive planning.

The firm serves national and multinational companies and institutions involved in a wide variety of businesses, assisting them with streamlining their human and material resources.

Currently, the firm is involved in developing strategies to help its clients adapt their collective labour relations to the new legal environment, originated by important amendments to the Mexican Constitution in the administration of labour justice, protection and guarantee of freedom of association and right to collective bargaining, free from employer’s interference.

De La Vega & Martinez Rojas, S.C. is the Mexican representative of the international labour and employment law alliance L&E Global.

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EC Legal Rubio Villegas - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Dynamic labour and employment department offering a strong coverage of the Mexican market with four offices nationwide and particular presence in Querétaro. Represents a range of companies from the manufacturing sector, including participants in Mexico's maquiladora programme. Expertise encompasses collective bargaining high-level terminations and litigation.

Strengths One client states: "Every time I ask them for a legal recommendation, I receive an immediate response, which gives me peace of mind as I know that they are on top of my matters. The work they deliver is always of a high quality."

Notable practitioners

Querétaro-based main partner Javier Canseco is highlighted by a client for his experience in complex labour and employment matters, with one interviewee noting: "His track record and professionalism were the main reason we chose them as our firm. We are very happy with both his work and that of his team." His work spans transactional labour work, terminations and litigation.

About the Team (content provided by EC Legal Rubio Villegas)

The focal point attorneys' labour services is to prevent litigation, economic contingencies and consequences that may affect your labor environment, and could expose your assets, productivity and stability to unnecessary risk. The firm measures and corrects risks, through labour audits, which allows it to solve daily problems through permanent advice programs. It also advises clients on drafting and negotiating individual and collective employment agreements; preparing and implementing alternative/flexible remuneration schemes; and carrying out tactical measures on all types of termination of employment agreements, including preparation and execution of notices of termination.

Although the firm strives for a preventive approach, in many cases litigation is unavoidable. Its experienced litigation team renders solutions for government and private employers faced with litigation issues, whether with individuals or labor unions, including breach of contract and non-compete agreements, wrongful termination, and any other claim or lawsuit before both local and federal labor boards and courts throughout Mexico. Also, lawyers provide solutions as well as counseling and litigation in social security and workers housing cases.


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Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Reputable labour and employment practice area widely respected for its expertise in social security issues. Remains a well-regarded name in this field, representing both domestic and international clients. Boasts further expertise in labour litigation arising from the termination of employment agreements.

Strengths Market commentators draw particular attention to the firm's prowess in social security issues.

Notable practitioners

Respected figure Julio Flores Luna is recognised by peers for his years of experience in the sector, with one peer describing him as "a point of reference here." He is frequently highlighted for his knowledge of local labour law.

Partner Gustavo García Cuenca is highlighted by sources for his years of experience in labour matters, particularly in social security. Peers state: "He is very involved on the academic side of the sector, as well as on social security matters; he is a very good lawyer."

About the Team (content provided by Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados)

We provide companies with efficient counsel and litigation services not only in Employment/Labour matters, but also concerning social security and the national workers’ housing fund, whose legislations, in Mexico, are closely linked with the Labour Law because employers are obligated to register all their employees and pay dues, deemed as taxes, to the government agencies charged with administering both mandatory systems. We offer seminars and conferences to our clients’ human resources officers. Permanent contact of our Practice Group with other areas in the law firm concerned with Corporate, Tax, Intellectual Property and Immigration legislations, frequently related with employment or labour matters and social security, allows us to provide our clients complete legal advice. We pride ourselves in having a solid Practice Group, since the three senior partners members in our team have worked together for more than thirty years and notwithstanding the natural work distribution, we enjoy a mutual assistance and coordination permitting us to effectively supply the services that our clients require.

Even though our law firm has offices only in Mexico City we count on a network of relations with other law firms specialised in employment/labour law in the country’s major cities, with whom, as correspondents, we coordinate the attention to the matters our clients trust us with outside Mexico City metropolitan area.

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Littler Mexico - Labour & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Significant labour and employment firm with global reach. Offers expertise in consulting clients on dismissals, employee substitutions and social security issues. Boasts further prowess in contentious labour matters. Continues to serve a clientele composed of notable multinational names from the retail, transport and telecommunications sectors.

Strengths Clients say: "Their Mexico team in particular is very strong, providing clear and concise guidance and a good insight into the standard market practices."

Work highlights Advised a logistics company on the substitution of more than 2000 employees in San Luis Potosí.

Notable practitioners

Clients praise partner Mónica Schiaffino for being "very studious and someone who shows a good understanding of the subject matter." Peers compound such praise, noting: "She is good at advisory and transactional labour work, and is a recognised figure in the labour arena." She provides experience in assisting multinational corporations with day-to-day employment issues.

Associate-to-watch Tania Terrazas Arnaldo offers expertise in advising national and international companies on day-to-day labour issues, such as compensation and benefits matters and immigration law. Market commentators note: "She is a capable lawyer who is very involved in this field."

About the Team (content provided by Littler Mexico)

Littler, the largest law practice in the world devoted exclusively to representing management in every aspect of labor and employment law, has more than 1,300 attorneys and 75 offices worldwide.
Littler established a reputation over 75 years as a leading firm in the United States representing employers and has expanded outside the U.S. to better serve a growing list of international clients. Littler expanded into Latin America in 2010 and into Mexico in 2012. Today, Littler is a prominent law firm in Mexico with offices in Mexico City and Monterrey.
We work with institutions and labor authorities in Mexico on local, state and federal levels, and with international organizations. We focus on providing legal services to clients in areas of labor consulting, individual labor litigation, collective matters, social security and immigration.
We assist our multinational clients with cross-border operations, preventative measures to avoid litigation and other labor issues. When litigation arises, we have experienced trial lawyers who have represented clients in a range of individual and collective actions. We also negotiate and execute labor agreements, negotiate terminations and conduct audits and assist employers with internal operations, from regulations and compliance to implementation of pension plans, employee policies and employment contracts, and labor restructuring due to mergers and acquisitions.

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Roel Abogados - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Solid boutique working across the labour and employment sector. Offers expertise in labour litigation, the labour components of transactions and both individual and collective labour agreements.

Strengths Market commentators attest to the firm's standing in the market, and one client states: "They are well known in Mexico and their work is always of a high quality."

Notable practitioners

Partner Jorge Enrique Roel is highlighted by peers for his experience in labour litigation, with one source noting that "he is a good name in the market." Market onlookers go on to report: "He does a lot of work in litigation and is a very good and recognised lawyer in this field."

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Bufete Díaz Mirón Y Asociados, S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Active boutique law firm with a particular focus on local labour and employment matters. Offers expertise across social security and litigation, as well as collective bargaining issues. Also advises clients on the drafting of internal employment policies.

Strengths A market commentator remarks: "They are a recognised law firm in collective bargaining issues and in litigation."

Notable practitioners

Eminent practitioner Luis Díaz Mirón is endorsed by peers for his experience in labour matters. One peer highlights the fact that he is "highly sought after in the country for labour matters." Specialising in collective bargaining, he now also acts as the dean of the Escuela Libre de Derecho.

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Creel Abogados - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Established law firm fielding a strong team in the labour arena. Provides expertise in collective bargaining and social security issues, whilst also offering labour consultation services on matters including terminations. Advises a range of multinational clients from the media, retail and aviation sectors.

Strengths One source commends the firm's presence in this field, noting: "They are getting on very well and are continuing to grow," whilst another notes that "it is a respectable labour department."

Notable practitioners

Up-and-coming partner Elvia Palazuelos is praised by a peer for her "great technical knowledge." Specialising in social security and collective bargaining matters, she also provides expertise in high-level terminations and strike procedures.

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Our Labor and Employment Practice is formed by one Partner, Juan Tejedo, two senior associates and three associates. Mr. Tejedo has assembled a unique team of experienced lawyers with a focus on providing advice on consultations, as well as on litigation throughout Mexico. We provide advice in all kinds of labor and social security matters, including hiring and termination of employees, negotiation of collective bargaining agreements with local and national unions, structuring stock option, compensation and benefit plans, as well as the design and implementation of internal labor regulations, training manuals and health and safety regulations. Our Labor law practice provides constant support to our Corporate/| M&A teams in preparing due diligence processes focusing on labor and social security compliance, thereby identifying potential liabilities that may result from the execution of transactions. Our Team also represents clients in connection with litigation before the Federal and Local Boards of Conciliation and Arbitration (Juntas Federales y Locales de Conciliacion y Arbitraje), including Amparo claims (Constitutional appeals).

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Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-known transactional firm with a labour and employment practice experienced in handling the employment components of deals. Provides further expertise in litigation and collective bargaining agreements with local and national unions, whilst also consulting on dismissals.

Strengths Sources note: "They meet all our expectations. They really want to understand the client, so they follow up properly on all matters. Their focus is always on the commercial side of matters, which makes a difference."

Work highlights Advised Jack Cooper Transport Company on the termination of more than 200 employees across two states in Mexico.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Francisco Javier Peniche Beguerisse provides experience in advising on the labour law aspects of corporate transactions, including social security issues. An impressed client states: "I like his ability to get to know a business and the context in which it operates."

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Marván y Muñoz Abogados, S.C. - Labour & Employment Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Long-standing labour and employment boutique serving a notable roster of local clients. Boasts expertise in advising on collective bargaining issues, leveraging further capabilities in the labour litigation arena.

Strengths A market commentator notes: "They handle a significant volume of matters in labour litigation and are very also good in collective bargaining matters."

Notable practitioners

Roberto Muñoz is the key client contact.

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Piza Abogados - Labour & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Established labour boutique earning plaudits for its work in the labour litigation field. Offers expertise in representing corporate clients in collective bargaining, also providing experience in the labour law aspects of M&A deals.

Strengths A client says: "I think that as a boutique firm specialised in labour matters, they have a lot of expertise and experience here. They provide legal services that are tailored to our needs."

Work highlights Represented Unilever in an unfair dismissal claim where an ex-employee claimed a share in the company's profits.

Notable practitioners

Partner Alejandro Díaz Fernández is well regarded for his experience in labour litigation. He also offers expertise in collective negotiations with unions and employment matters arising from M&A transactions.

Managing partner Gabriel Pizá Aviles is respected by clients, who value that "he is highly dedicated and defends his clients ardently, studying every case in detail." Focusing his practice on labour litigation, he is well regarded by peers for his standing in the market.

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Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC - Labour & Employment Department

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What the team is known for Acclaimed multi-practice firm valued for its expertise in labour matters. Represents notable names from the food and beverage space, offering advice on the labour law implications of corporate transactions and representing clients in labour litigation.

Strengths One client reports: "They are very knowledgeable lawyers and they understand that some clients aren't always familiar with legal terminology, so they're great at explaining matters in simple terms."

Work highlights Advised Securitas on the employment, social security and health and safety aspects of its acquisition of Central de Alarmas Adler.

Notable practitioners

Partner Rodolfo Trampe is praised by clients as "a highly skilled lawyer who produces work of a high quality," further highlighting his involvement in complex labour matters. Peers further attest to his knowledge of the sector and consider him "a strong competitor."

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Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C. has a group of specialists offering consulting and litigation services in individual and collective labor matters, representing our clients before the Federal and Local Boards of Conciliation and Arbitration. We also have broad experience with both federal and local labor authority inspections and following up on the procedures related to such inspections.

We advise our clients on the strategy for hiring officers and employees in general and throughout the employment period. We also offer advice on the implementation of compensation and benefit plans and general policies, and on changes to them.

The labor practice was established more than 25 years ago and since then we have given special attention to representing our clients in all aspects of labor relations, including the drafting of collective bargaining agreements and their negotiation with unions and the Ministry of Labor and other administrative authorities.

We provide labor advice in employment dismissals with and without cause and in the labor implications of the purchase, merger and spin-off of companies, in employee transfers and in the carrying out of due diligence for the above indicated processes.

Due to the structure of the labor law in Mexico which procedurally favors the worker, we have developed and shared with our clients preventive policies that render economic benefits for them.



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Senior Statesperson

Francisco Breña Garduño

Breña y Asociados, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Senior statesman Francisco Breña Garduño of Breña y Asociados, S.C. continues to be singled out by peers, with one source describing him as "an institution" and another commenting: "He has a prestigious reputation and he is a high-quality lawyer." 

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Senior Statesperson

Octavio Carvajal Bustamante

Carvajal, Bustamante & Trillo Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Renowned practitioner Octavio Carvajal Bustamante of Carvajal, Bustamante & Trillo Abogados continues to be held in high regard by peers, with one source stating: "He is a lawyer who is very prestigious in this field." His expertise centres on labour litigation and collective bargaining.

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Senior Statesperson

Carlos Deuchler Balboa

Deuchler y López Rodríguez Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Long-standing practitioner Carlos Deuchler Balboa of Deuchler y López Rodríguez Abogados garners praise from peers for his years of experience in the labour arena. They state: "He is an extraordinary lawyer who remains active in the field." He offers particular expertise in collective bargaining.

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Senior Statesperson

Julio Flores Luna

Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Respected figure Julio Flores Luna is recognised by peers for his years of experience in the sector, with one peer describing him as "a point of reference here." He is frequently highlighted for his knowledge of local labour law.

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Senior Statesperson

Jorge Garcia de Presno

Bufete de Presno y Asociados, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Senior statesman Jorge Garcia de Presno of Bufete de Presno y Asociados, S.C. is well regarded by peers, who praise him for being "a well-recognised name in the market and a very prestigious lawyer."

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Senior Statesperson

Hugo Italo Morales Saldaña

Hugo Italo y Asociados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Highly acclaimed practitioner Hugo Italo Morales Saldaña of Hugo Italo y Asociados is praised by sources for his presence in labour disputes. Peers also highlight his particular knowledge of labour issues affecting the insurance sector.

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Senior Statesperson

Santamarina y Steta SC

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Of counsel Pedro Velasco offers expertise to clients in social security matters, labour litigation and collective bargaining agreements. Sources highlight him as a well-known figure in the sector.

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Eminent Practitioner

Luis Díaz Mirón

Bufete Díaz Mirón Y Asociados, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Eminent practitioner Luis Díaz Mirón is endorsed by peers for his experience in labour matters. One peer highlights the fact that he is "highly sought after in the country for labour matters." Specialising in collective bargaining, he now also acts as the dean of the Escuela Libre de Derecho.

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Band 1

De La Vega & Martínez Rojas S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Leading practitioner Oscar de la Vega is lauded by sources for being "one of the best labour lawyers in the field and someone who is always involved on significant matters." Clients go on to add: "He knows our weaknesses and worries and helps you to build your business accordingly. He is an expert labour lawyer with invaluable experience in this area." With over 30 years of experience in the labour and employment field, he is well versed in acting for clients in both a consultative capacity and as a litigator.

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Band 1

Juan Carlos De la Vega

Santamarina y Steta, SC

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Distinguished practitioner Juan Carlos De la Vega is highlighted by clients as "our go-to lawyer for union matters as he is brilliant." With over 30 years' experience in the labour and employment field, he boasts capabilities spanning both individual litigation and collective bargaining. Market commentators attest to his standing in the market. He recently advised Aeromar on its negotiations with the National Pilots' Union and the Flight Attendants' Union in respect of the potential acquisition of the client by Avianca.

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Band 1

Jorge G De Presno-Arizpe

Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Clients are full of praise for pre-eminent practitioner Jorge De Presno-Arizpe, stating:  "He is hands down one of the best employment lawyers in Mexico. He is a phenomenal lawyer with great legal acumen and is both strategic and responsive. He really understands what clients want and has the necessary business acumen to be able to guide us properly. Peers confirm that "it is great to work with him as a counterpart." He offers experience in negotiating with unions, also remaining active in the labour litigation field.

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Band 1

Tomás Natividad Sánchez

Natividad Abogados, S.C

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Revered figure Tomás Natividad Sánchez is lauded for his years of experience in the labour and employment field. One source states: "He is a very recognised figure in the market," while another adds: "He is very active participating in the field and is a phenomenal lawyer." His expertise encompasses representing clients in high-profile matters, such as the labour aspects of the renegotiation of NAFTA and upcoming reforms to Mexican labour law.

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Band 2

Carlos de Buen Unna

Bufete de Buen S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Main partner Carlos de Buen Unna receives praise from peers for being "an important figure" in the market. He offers experience in social security issues, litigation and collective bargaining agreements, as well as transactional labour work including corporate restructuring.

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Band 2

Hugo Hernández-Ojeda Alvírez

Hogan Lovells

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Hugo Hernández-Ojeda Alvírez is praised by a client, who enthuses: "He is diplomatic, an excellent negotiator and good at working as part of a team. He handles matters without ego and provides a comprehensive service." Another source adds: "He is a great lawyer and a recognised figure in the market." His experience includes individual litigation, social security matters and collective bargaining.

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Band 2

Alfredo Kupfer Domínguez

Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Managing partner Alfredo Kupfer Domínguez is praised by clients for being "a very good lawyer who is recognised in the field and very accessible." Sources go on to add: "He has a lot of business acumen and is very good at hiring and firing." Kupfer renders advice to local and foreign clients on collective bargaining and social security issues, as well as transactional labour matters including M&A deals and corporate restructuring.

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Band 2

David Eugenio Puente Tostado

Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Monterrey-based partner David Eugenio Puente Tostado co-heads the labour, social security and immigration practice groups within the firm. His experience includes labour matters pertaining to corporate transactions, as well as social security and collective bargaining. One peer says: "He left me with a really good impression. He is a young lawyer with really good legal judgement." His client base draws from both local and international companies.

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Jorge Enrique Roel

Roel Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Jorge Enrique Roel is highlighted by peers for his experience in labour litigation, with one source noting that "he is a good name in the market." Market onlookers go on to report: "He does a lot of work in litigation and is a very good and recognised lawyer in this field."

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Luis Ricardo Ruíz Gutiérrez

Hogan Lovells

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Clients laud partner Luis Ricardo Ruíz Gutiérrez for being "a great lawyer who has a lot of knowledge of labour law and brilliant client service," adding: "He is very detailed and determined to give you specific recommendations." Another commentator also notes that "he is a reliable professional who gives you peace of mind because you are being well looked after." He offers experience in labour consulting and litigation, as well as social security matters.

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Band 3

EC Legal Rubio Villegas

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Querétaro-based main partner Javier Canseco is highlighted by a client for his experience in complex labour and employment matters, with one interviewee noting: "His track record and professionalism were the main reason we chose them as our firm. We are very happy with both his work and that of his team." His work spans transactional labour work, terminations and litigation.

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Band 3

Héctor González Graf

Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Héctor González Graf garners praise from clients, who highlight his work in collective and social security matters. A client says: "He is a great professional with good client service and a broad knowledge of labour and social security issues." Another source goes on to add: "He is a very capable lawyer with a good sense of client service and urgency. He has strategic commercial insight and can adapt his work to all the needs of a company."

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Band 3

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Clients say that Manuel Limón"really knows what he is doing and manages to mitigate labour issues before they turn into litigation." Limón provides expertise in advising multinational corporations on high-level executive terminations and litigation, as well as compensation and benefit structures. He also advises on the labour aspects of corporate transactions.

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Band 3

Santiago Marván Urquiza

Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Santiago Marván Urquiza provides expertise in labour consulting and dispute resolution. His involvements covers transactional labour and employment matters, including those relating to M&A deals and corporate restructurings. Clients commend him for providing "a spectacular client service," adding that "he is a technical lawyer with a lot of training and great client service."

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Band 3

César Roel Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Established practitioner Eric Roel of César Roel Abogados is highlighted for his labour litigation capabilities, as well as his experience in collective bargaining. A client notes: "His experience in union matters and complex labour litigation make him a strong lawyer in this field."

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Band 3

Mónica Schiaffino

Littler Mexico

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Clients praise partner Mónica Schiaffino for being "very studious and someone who shows a good understanding of the subject matter." Peers compound such praise, noting: "She is good at advisory and transactional labour work, and is a recognised figure in the labour arena." She provides experience in assisting multinational corporations with day-to-day employment issues.

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Band 3

Juan Tejedo Moreira

García Mingo & Tejedo Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Department head Juan Tejedo Moreira of García Mingo & Tejedo Abogados is praised by peers for his "strong knowledge and high-quality work in litigation." He offers expertise in collective labour matters, such as union negotiations and the design of new collective bargaining agreements. He is also retained to advise on employment matters relating to transactions.

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Band 4

Ricardo Castro-Garza

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Monterrey-based practice head Ricardo Castro-Garza offers expertise in labour litigation, as well as in the employment component of corporate restructuring. One peer highlights his work in local matters and adds: "He is very knowledgeable about labour law," while also attesting to his standing in the market.

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Band 4

Alejandro Díaz Fernández

Piza Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Alejandro Díaz Fernández is well regarded for his experience in labour litigation. He also offers expertise in collective negotiations with unions and employment matters arising from M&A transactions.

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Band 4

Gustavo García Cuenca

Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Gustavo García Cuenca is highlighted by sources for his years of experience in labour matters, particularly in social security. Peers state: "He is very involved on the academic side of the sector, as well as on social security matters; he is a very good lawyer."

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Band 4

Alfonso García-Lozano

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Alfonso García-Lozano is valued by clients, who state: "We have had a great experience working with him." He offers specialised expertise in individual litigation, as well as collective bargaining.

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Band 4

Ricardo Martínez Rojas

De La Vega & Martínez Rojas S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Peers commend partner Ricardo Martínez Rojas for his expertise in labour litigation. Sources call him "a prestigious labour litigator," while a market commentator adds: "He is a highly intelligent lawyer whose legal analyses are excellent." His experience spans collective bargaining and social security matters.

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Band 4

Javiera Medina Reza

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Javiera Medina Reza is lauded by an impressed client for her expertise in labour consulting. Clients appreciate that "she really understands business issues and can make specific recommendations regarding the integration of employees," whilst one peer highlights her growing practice.

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Band 4

Alejandro Nila Rosales

Cervantes Sainz, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Main partner Alejandro Nila Rosales of Cervantes Sainz, S.C. offers particular expertise in a range of labour and employment matters, including individual litigation, collective bargaining and executive compensation. Peers highlight his experience in labour litigation and attest to his standing in the field.

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Band 4

Salvador Pasquel Villegas

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Salvador Pasquel Villegas enters the rankings this year after strong endorsements from clients, one of whom notes: "Salvador is a great professional with extensive experience in labour and employment matters." They go on to enthuse that "he is very dedicated to his work, very responsive and is strategic and business-oriented."

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Band 4

Francisco Javier Peniche Beguerisse

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Head of department Francisco Javier Peniche Beguerisse provides experience in advising on the labour law aspects of corporate transactions, including social security issues. An impressed client states: "I like his ability to get to know a business and the context in which it operates."

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Band 4

Gabriel Pizá Aviles

Piza Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Managing partner Gabriel Pizá Aviles is respected by clients, who value that "he is highly dedicated and defends his clients ardently, studying every case in detail." Focusing his practice on labour litigation, he is well regarded by peers for his standing in the market.

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Band 4

Andres Rodríguez Rodríguez

Santamarina y Steta SC

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Andres Rodríguez Rodríguez is valued by clients, who say: "He is an experienced lawyer with great business acumen and who is open to discuss matters from various points of view." Peers go on to note that "he has good legal knowledge of the labour field and his work is always of a high quality."

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Band 4

Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Pablo Saenz of Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton is highlighted by sources, who enthuse that "he can handle labour matters across the entire country, which is very important for companies based in several locations across Mexico." He offers expertise in both litigation and union negotiations.

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Band 4

Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Partner Rodolfo Trampe is praised by clients as "a highly skilled lawyer who produces work of a high quality," further highlighting his involvement in complex labour matters. Peers further attest to his knowledge of the sector and consider him "a strong competitor."

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Up and Coming

Nelson Guerrero Robles

Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Up-and-coming partner Nelson Guerrero Robles is valued by clients, who report that "he is efficient and always keen to contribute," going on to mention that "he is professional and knowledgeable of labour law." He garners further praise from sources for his ability to resolve issues quickly, as one source notes: "Whenever I have sent him a question, he has always handled it in a timely manner."

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Up and Coming

Creel Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Up-and-coming partner Elvia Palazuelos is praised by a peer for her "great technical knowledge." Specialising in social security and collective bargaining matters, she also provides expertise in high-level terminations and strike procedures.

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Up and Coming

Gonzalez Calvillo, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Up-and-coming individual Rafael Vallejo of Gonzalez Calvillo, S.C. is praised by clients, who note that "he is very practical in his legal reasoning and clear when explaining your options." His practice extends to employee transfers, terminations, and social security issues.

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Associates to watch

Alejandro Hernández

Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Alejandro Hernández provides expertise in company audits as well as collective bargaining agreements and strike procedures.

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Associates to watch

Tania Terrazas Arnaldo

Littler Mexico

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Tania Terrazas Arnaldo offers expertise in advising national and international companies on day-to-day labour issues, such as compensation and benefits matters and immigration law. Market commentators note: "She is a capable lawyer who is very involved in this field."

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