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Mexico’s New Labor Laws: Union Organizing and New Regulations Increase Challenges for US Companies

Archived Details

October 28, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST
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Continuing education credit was offered for the live broadcast of this seminar.
You cannot earn credit for watching the archived webinar.

Registration Fee: Complimentary

Credits

CLEPending*
HRCI2.25
SHRM2.15
NOTE: No CLE credit can be earned for watching recordings of past webinars.

*Webinars are CLE-accredited in California, Illinois, New York, Missouri and Texas. We are also accredited providers of HRCI and SHRM.

On May 1, Mexico adopted sweeping changes to its labor laws, ushering in a new era of labor relations. In less than six months, Mexico has seen a wave of independent union challenges and selective strikes and new regulations are about to be issued which will give the law more teeth. This will likely result in a more significant increase in the amount and breadth of independent unionization than Mexico has ever seen. Join us as we review the new challenges facing employers, and strategies to respond to increased unionization in this evolving legal environment.

Topics

  • How new Mexican labor laws strengthen independent unions
  • The likely  increase of union organizing in US companies with Mexican operations
  • New restrictions on how employers can interact with unions
  • Expanded employee rights
  • How pressure from US Congress has affected these reforms

Speakers

John L. Sander
Principal
Jackson Lewis P.C.
New York, NY, USA

James M. Stone
Office Managing Principal
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Cleveland, OH, USA

James P. Verdi
Associate
Jackson Lewis P.C.
Cleveland, OH, USA

Oscar de la Vega
De La Vega & MartÍnez Rojas,
S.C., Mexico

Luis Cervantes
De La Vega & MartÍnez Rojas,
S.C., Mexico

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Jessica L. Poot at Email.