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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, ROGELIO SANCHEZ, Mexico City, MEXICO

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ROGELIO SANCHEZ

Tel:
Work +52 656 4226100
Email:
Web:
www.ecrubio.com
EC Legal Rubio Villegas

Work Department

Labor and Social Security

Position

PARTNER

Career

Mr. Sanchez has represented national and foreign companies for more than 40 years. His primary practice is labor litigation, Labor Due Diligence, Strike Procedures, salaries and benefits, Hiring Managers, Employment Termination Agreements, Employer Substitution, Collective Bargaining Agreements, Union agreements and Social Security.

Member

Member of local Bar Association.
Member of the Asociación Nacional de Abogados de Empresas, Sección Chihuahua. Recognition from INDEX (Maquiladora Association)

Education

Law Degree, Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara


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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