Labour law attorneys
Labour law, as the branch of law that regulates the rights and obligations that are established between workers and employers as a result of human labour, has a decisive influence on the efficiency and sustainability of the production of goods and services. The reader should note that the socio-economic climate, social and gender policies or the budgetary situation regulate the rules of labour relations and their costs. The massive – and not necessarily transitory – emergence of labour law is a clear test of this dynamic.
Labour law is a theoretical and practical challenge that requires not only a deep knowledge of its extensive body of rules, but also negotiation and “consensus building” skills to manage the conflicts that arise regularly in labour relations.In this sense, the outstanding added value of Lupicinio International Law Firm, is to unite – transversally – expert jurists and “consensus builders”, who have a presence throughout the national market and are capable of offering comprehensive advice based on experience, efficiency and immediacy.
Similarly, the status of the members of the Labour Law and Social Security Department Team – whether they are in-house lawyers or affiliated lawyers – is not vital. What is important is the intellectual stature, integrity and excellence that the team demonstrates in each consultation.
The coordinators of the Labour Department, Patricia Arias Tabernero, a lawyer, and Arturo Lorenzo, a former sub-inspector of Labour and Social Security, have extensive experience in the practice of labour law.
As in other transversal teams, the combination of doctrinal density and multiform experience in the field of Labour Law and Human Resources, together with the efficient coordination of our internal team – in particular Patricia Arias Tabernero and Arturo Lorenzo – generates high-calibre legal resources at a reasonable cost.
Our Team also includes professionals with great authority and experience in all types of consultations and reports, drawing up of contracts (including special agreements), collective bargaining, due diligence, labour restructuring, ERES, ERTES, senior management, challenging infringement proceedings, appeals to the Administration, advice on occupational risk prevention, individual dismissals for objective or disciplinary reasons, advice on salary (payroll) and social benefits, foreigners (recruitment, work permits, etc.), social security, advice on geographical and functional mobility, holidays, working hours, working time, leave of absence, reductions in working hours, etc., experience in work-life balance and in all types of proceedings before the social and contentious-administrative jurisdiction both in the first instance and in appeals both before the Chambers of the High Courts of Justice and the Supreme Court.
It is worth mentioning the mutual collaboration that we maintain on a regular basis with the team of lawyers belonging to the “San José Abogados” Law Firm, with professional headquarters in the Basque Country, and who have absolute technical reliability and experience to face any challenge posed within the legal, HR or financial departments of our clients .