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Lorena Arámbula

Tel:
Work 571 3137800
Email:
Dentons Cardenas & Cardenas

Work Department

Labour

Position

Partner

Career

Lorena is a partner and heads the firm’s Labor group. She is regularly ranked as a leading lawyer in the field by major legal directories. Her expertise covers the full range of labor and employment work, including ongoing advisory and compliance work, negotiations with trade unions, immigration, compensation and stock option schemes, and the labor aspects of major local and cross-border transactions. Lorena is also regularly involved in sensitive litigation proceedings before Colombia’s labor and administrative courts.

Languages

English and Spanish

Member

• College of Work Lawyers. International Bar Association. • Co-chair of the Woman Lawyers Team of Interlaw Group.

Education

2008- Specialist in Social Welfare. Universidad Externado de Colombia. Bogotá, Colombia. 2000- Postgraduate Course in Labor Law. Universidad Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Bogotá, Colombia. 1998- Specialist in Financial Law. Universidad Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Bogotá, Colombia. 1996- Lawyer. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.


Colombia

Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

Dentons Cardenas & Cardenas’ team is praised for its knowledge of local legislation and ‘quick, timely responses’. Lorena Arámbula heads the three-strong practice, which is advising a marketing company on labour risks derived from the hiring of personnel through outsourcing entities and independent contractor agreements. 2018 highlights include closing a collective bargaining agreement for a manufacturing company and advising a motor-parts company on the labour implications of a potential acquisition.

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