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Colombian Employment Law Boutique López & Asociados joins L&E Global

L&E Global is proud to announce its expansion in South America with the addition of López & Asociados Abogados, one of the most prestigious law firms in Colombia.

With more than 10 years in the Colombian legal market, López & Asociados is devoted to practicing labour law, employment law, social security law, and related litigation exclusively, and to delivering high-quality advice to clients. López & Asociados focuses on consulting work and representing companies by aligning itself with the strategic vision of its clients. The firm has been recognised as a top tier firm for its labour/employment law practice by specialised international publications such as Chambers Latin America and The Legal 500, and its partners have earned a reputation for excellence based on their renowned expertise in the legal market.

“Colombia is a key addition to our Latin America line-up, and we are thrilled to have the labour and employment law expertise of López & Asociados available to our clients in the US and worldwide as demand for support in this region continues to increase,” said John Sander, Chairman of L&E Global and co-leader of the International Employment Issues Practice Group at Jackson Lewis P.C.

“By partnering with a top Colombian firm like López & Asociados we are successfully meeting that demand,” continued Jeroen Douwes, L&E Global’s Executive Director.

“Our alliance with L&E Global allows us to consolidate as a leading labor and employment law firm in Colombia. Our local experience, coupled with the outstanding expertise of L&E´s member firms, will provide our clients with access to the best labour and employment practices worldwide,” said Juan Pablo López, Managing Partner at López & Asociados.

“As more and more of our clients require advice in multiple legal jurisdictions, López & Asociados is proud to be able to call on the extensive resources of L&E Global member firms on international employment law matters and we expect to play an active role within the L&E Global alliance,” said Alejandro Miguel Castellanos, Partner and Head of the litigation and judicial representation practice.

With more than 1750 legal professionals working from 150+ offices internationally, spanning 6 continents, L&E Global’s member firms are ideally situated to deliver specialised, business-focused advice on labour relations, employment law, immigration law and employee benefits, to clients operating both nationally and across borders, by combining global excellence with profound local knowledge.

About L&E Global
With more than 1750 legal professionals working from 150+ offices internationally, spanning six continents, L&E Global’s member firms are ideally situated to deliver specialised, business-focused advice on labour relations, employment law, immigration law and employee benefits, to clients operating both nationally and across borders, by combining global excellence with profound local knowledge.

For more information please contact Joseph Granato, Communications Manager at L&E Global at joseph.granato@leglobal.org.

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