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The coronavirus is impacting law firms in Mexico in everything from having to work remotely to suffering a slowdown in many business areas. Here Paseo de la Reforma in capital Mexico City. (Photo: Clinker)
Daniel Del Rio, Basham, Ringe & Correa; Jeremy Roth, Littler; Luis Rubio Barnetche, Holland & Knight and Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Holland & Knight. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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Mexico: Labor Work Surges on Coronavirus


Law firms are seeing a boom in labor work as other work slows, stops up.

BY JOACHIM BAMRUD

Local and international law firms are seeing a surge in labor-related work in Mexico as the country faces the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Our Mexico work is exceedingly busy at this time,” says Jeremy Roth, Co-President/Managing Director of US-based Littler, the world's largest management labor/employment law firm.  

Luis Rubio Barnetche, the executive partner of the Mexico City office of US-based Holland & Knight, says the firm has seen a similar uptick in work. “Our Labor/Employment practice is ...

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Keywords: Basham Ringe & Correa; Coronavirus, Hogan Lovells, Holland & Knight, Labor, Littler, Mexico, M&As.

 

 

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