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Mr Luis Parada
Luis Parada leads the Employment practice group of DLA Piper Chile and serves as LatAm Practice Group Leader in Employment.
Luis has an extended and recognized experience advising local and foreign clients in matters, such as adaptation of gig economy services to local standards, compensation and benefits for senior executives, stock option, RSUs and other incentive plans, collective bargaining, high complexity labor litigation, and internal investigations (i.e. antiunion practices, harassment and discrimination, impairment of human rights), global mobility, handbooks and policies, termination of high ranked officers and reductions in force, labor due diligence processes, board directors and managers training sessions, among other matters.
He also regularly advises clients about workforce restructuring and outsourcing, proprietary information, and assignment of invention agreements, implementing employment restrictive covenants and tax contingencies of labor matters.
Luis is a member of the Centro Chileno de Derecho del Trabajo A.G., the Chilean National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CNC) employments’ commission and the Chilean Association of Metallurgic and Metal Mechanic Industries (Asimet).
Chilean Bar Association; International Bar Association -Employment Law and Industrial Relations Committee, Nationality and Immigration Law Committee; Chilean Society of Labor Law; Chilean Center of Labor Law A.G.
Luis also participates in the Legal Commission of the Chilean Commerce, Services and Tourism Chamber (CNC), and is also a regular member of the Employment Commissions of the following business associations: Chilean Commerce, Services and Tourism Chamber (CNC) and Asociación de Industrias Metalúrgicas y Metalmecánicas A.G. (Asimet).
Law, School of Law, Universidad Central de Chile, 2000
Master in Corporate Law, graduated summa cum laude, School of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2005
Diploma in Labor Law, School of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2007
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
DLA Piper Chile‘s ‘quality and professionalism are perfect’. The Santiago office’s five-member group is particularly well known for advising on gig-economy employment matters, employer-side collective bargaining, and compensation and benefits; and the group’s sector expertise ranges from manufacturing, healthcare and banking, to leisure, cosmetics, energy, construction and real estate. With ‘extensive experience in labour matters’, the broad experience of practice head Luis Parada covers stock option plans, collective bargaining, anti-union practices, harassment and discrimination. Parada also assists with company restructurings, labour due diligence, high-level terminations, restrictive covenants, executives’ expatriation agreements and migration issues. Within the office’s associate pool, seniors Diego González and Ignacio Abogabir are both names to note. Former senior Iñaki Irisarri left the firm in July 2023.