Rodrigo de la Concha's practice focuses on labor and employment matters and immigration law. He advises companies establishing operations in Mexico on the implementation of their corporate labor structure, including individual employment agreements, collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), manuals, codes of ethics and conduct, and employment regulations, in order to comply with the laws of Mexico.
Rodrigo performs due diligence from a labor, social security, and immigration standpoint, related to corporate restructurings, mergers, public and private acquisitions, and asset and stock purchase operations. He has supported clients with employment transfers, personnel reduction, temporal suspension of labor relations, and executing high-risk employment terminations with or without cause.
He has experience with delicate internal investigations stemming from complaints involving corporate theft, discrimination, and sexual harassment. He has worked extensively on the negotiation and legitimization of CBAs with unions and has advised companies with labor claims before courts and boards and with conciliation centers.
In addition, Rodrigo has experience advising foreign nationals on the issuance and renewal of temporary and permanent residency cards and in securing registrations for companies looking to hire foreign employees in Mexico.
- Universidad Iberoamericana (Law Degree 2010)
- Spanish and English