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Sweeping Labor Law Reform in Mexico Empowers Unions Creating Serious Challenges for U.S. Companies

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May 15, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
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Mexico is poised to adopt sweeping changes to its labor laws that will usher in a new era of labor relations in the country. The proposed changes will create stronger unions, provide employees with expanded rights, and accordingly, implement new restrictions on how employers can interact with unions and their own employees. 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 pending legal changes, the significant new challenges facing employers, and strategies to respond to increased unionization in a changing legal environment.

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

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

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

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

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