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EC Legal Rubio Villegas

RIO DUERO 31, COLONIA CUAUHTEMOC, MEXICO, D.F. 06500, MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 5242 0700
Fax:
Fax +52 55 5242 0705
Email:
Web:
www.ecrubio.com
Juarez, Mexico City, Queretaro
EC Legal Rubio Villegas, PERLA ARREOLA, Mexico City, MEXICO

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PERLA ARREOLA

Tel:
Work +52 55 5242 0795
Email:
Web:
www.ecrubio.com
EC Legal Rubio Villegas

Work Department

Labor and Employment Law.

Position

PARTNER

Career

She joined Rubio Villegas y Asociados, S.C. in 2007. She focuses her practice in Labor Law Matters from the Employer standpoint, including litigation of individual and collective employment suits, matters of Administrative Labor Law, company Executive’s employment agreements, employee benefits, Unions relations and review of Collective Bargaining Agreements.

She focuses her practice on counseling employers including and advice on issues arising from Mexican Labor Law and prevention any labor conflicts; furthermore, she also represents domestic and foreign employers in Mexico before the various National authorities in litigation and disputes arising from individual or collective labor relationships. In addition, she has a broad experience advising and counseling on general Labor Law matters as well as Social Security.

Languages

English, Italian and Spanish

Member

Member of the Mexican Bar Association since 1987, has obtained from the years 2012, 2013, 2014,2015 and 2016 the Certification of Continuing Legal Education granted by the Bar. Deputy Coordinator of the International Area of the Labor Committee and Social Security since April 16, 2012 until February 2016.

Education

Law Degree, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1987.

Graduated Diploma in Information and Data Law in Collaboration with Harvard University and Universidad Complutense of Madrid, España. Universidad Panamericana, 1986.

International Labor Center of the ILO (Turín, Italia) with different studies in labor matters, Specializing in "New Information Technologies and their Impact on Employment and Professional Development of Women”. Study visits in Spain and France Diploma 1985.

Diploma in “Human Relations Course”. Procuraduría General de Justicia del D.F.


Mexico

Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

EC Legal Rubio Villegas has resources in Mexico’s key employment centres. Mexico City based Perla Arreola jointly leads the ‘brilliant’ team with Rogelio Sánchez in Juarez and Queretaro-based Javier Canseco (‘an outstanding labour lawyer who is always close to the business’). The majority of its clients are major multinationals with large manufacturing bases in the country, including several in the aerospace and automotive sectors. Its workload covers union negotiations, collective bargaining agreements and litigation.

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