Mr Enrique M Stile > Marval O’Farrell Mairal > Buenos Aires, Argentina > Lawyer Profile

Marval O’Farrell Mairal
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Work Department

Labour & Employment


He specializes in labor and employment law. His practice in the firm focuses on full employment advice for multinational and local corporations, especially in mergers and acquisitions, transference of employees, rightsizings, union issues, compensation programs and in adapting international policies and programs to local legislation. He has also a strong background in negotiating employment conditions and termination agreements with expatriates and key employees and in multi-jurisdictional labor advice.


Enrique M. Stile joined Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal in 1997 and has been a partner since 2006. Before joining the Firm, he participated in Ford Argentina S.A.’s trainee program during 1995 and 1996 and worked for Enrique G. Stile law firm during the years 1993 and 1995.


English & Spanish.


He graduated as a lawyer from the Universidad del Salvador in 1986 and obtained a Pre Master of Business Law at Austral University.

Lawyer Rankings

Argentina > Labour and employment

(Leading individuals)

Enrique StileMarval O’Farrell Mairal

Strategic and business-oriented’, Marval O’Farrell Mairal’s labour and employment group scores highly for its ability to ‘solve the client’s problems as efficiently and effectively as possible’. The practice fields a deep bench, which includes six dedicated labour law partners, ensuring that it is a top choice for complex litigation and large-scale corporate support work. It also advises on collective bargaining, restructuring and compliance issues. The firm’s strength in both local and cross-border matters is a recurring theme among sources and its client list includes multinational employers such as Amazon, Globant and Nike. Managing partner Javier Patrón is widely recognised as one of the market’s foremost labour litigators. Enrique Stile is noted for his ‘practical sense of the business problems at hand’ and has strong experience in advising international employers. Other recommended names include José María Llano, who focuses on complex litigation, up-and-coming partner Diego Kelly, who specialises in non-contentious matters, and litigator Guillermo Osorio, who was recently promoted to partner.