Lawyers specialized in labor law
In our department of labor law labor law we provide out-of-court advice to our clients and their defense in administrative proceedings and in court.
We cover the entire spectrum of actions in the legal branch of labor law, including:
- We are experts in all labor law and social security matters, including but not limited to the following: labor contracting; legislation and collective bargaining agreements; remuneration systems; working time; dismissals; disciplinary proceedings; substantial changes in work; geographic or functional mobility; national and international social security; subcontracting or contracting with third parties; employee representation; self-employed.
Advising in connection with Senior Management or senior executives
- Negotiation and drafting of contractual clauses at the time of contracting.
- Interpretation of the contract and negotiation of conditions throughout the professional relationship between the Executive and the company.
- Negotiation of indemnities and termination of contracts, as well as application of post-contractual clauses.
- Negotiation of Collective Bargaining Agreements and/or company agreements.
- Negotiation and instruction of collective dismissals or temporary reduction of employment.
- Company restructurings.
- Defense before the competent courts.
- Assistance before mediation, arbitration and conciliation services.
- Assistance and defense before the Labor and Social Security Inspection.
- Administrative records.
If you have any questions about labor law, please contact us. We will provide you with legal advice both in Madrid and anywhere in Spain, thanks to our team of lawyers specialized in labor law. .
We offer you a comprehensive advice to your legal problem. We are a multidisciplinary firm with expert lawyers in each area.
Publications on commercial law
Compensation for the closure of the business during the State of Alarm Can compensation be claimed from insurance companies for the stoppage
Judgment estimating claim for subordinated obligations The judgment of Madrid Court of First Instance No. 37 of February 24, 2015 upheld a