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Employment Law and Social Security

  • Legal advice and management of all kinds of employment-related administrative procedures, including the legal management of administrative proceedings in any judicial body. Legal representation and management of judicial proceedings before employment-related courts, including appeals before the High Court of Justice of Andalusia and appeals for reversal before the Supreme Court.
  • Representation in proceedings before the Employment Inspectorate and all types of representation before public bodies.
  • Representation in acts of conciliation before administrative mediation and arbitration services, both in individual and collective conflicts.
  • Management of human resources.
  • Drafting of employment contracts and collective agreements. Negotiation and planning.
    Claims for payments and rights.
  • Dismissals and sanctions. Planning of the workplace disciplinary system.
  • Geographic and role-related relocation. International relocation and within corporate groups.
  • Substantial change in working conditions. Time off and unpaid leave.
  • Processing of redundancy plans.
  • Collective disputes.
  • Advice on workplace harassment.
  • Trade union law. Trade union policies. Negotiation and planning of framework agreements of business groups.
  • Social Security.
  • Criminal-employment law. Legal advice and judicial defence.
  • Pension schemes and funds.
  • Restructuring of companies.
  • Advice and processing of employment subsidies due to recruitment.
  • Law on executive managers.
  • Employment screening. Due Diligences
  • Employment contracts and subcontracts. Illegal workforce transfers and corporate offences.
  • Occupational health and safety.
  • Workplace accidents.