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Trends in Labor Laws in Latin America: Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina

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October 16, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Registration Fee: Complimentary

Latin American countries are well-known for their strong employee protections and complex labor laws. But recent reforms—driven by political changes, trade agreements, and the challenges of a global economy—have signficantly changed the landscape in fundamental ways. From the Brazil labor reform of 2017 to Mexico’s recent adoption of ILO Convention 98 to gender equality measures in Chile and Argentina, the old rules are changing and multinationals face both new challenges and opportunities in managing their Latin America workplace issues.  In this webinar, we will address key trends and developments in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico, and discuss how they affect the major issues typically encountered by multinationals. The webinar will feature presentations by counsel in each of those countries, and will be moderated by John Sander.

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

Oscar de la Vega
De La Vega & Martinez Rojas S.C. in Mexico

Nicolas Grandi
Allende & Brea in Argentina
Gabriela Lima Arantes
TozziniFreire Advogados in Brazil

Ricardo Tisi
Cariola Díez Pérez-Cotapos in Chile



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