Lawyer profile for Latin America 2022
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Labour & Employment - Mexico
This content is provided by Francisco Javier Peniche Beguerisse
Francisco heads the Labor, Employment Pensions, Benefits and Social Security practice.
Francisco advises in a labor, employment and social security matters with ample experience including, hire and termination of employees, negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, establishment of incentive compensation schemes, equity award plans, creation and operation of cost-efficient employment structures, employee training manuals, and health and safety regulations, advice on the employment law implications of commercial transactions,
Likewise Francisco has ample experience in individual and collective litigation before State and Federal Labor Courts.
International Bar Association (IBA), Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce, American Bar Association (ABA), Mexican Employers Union (COPARMEX)
Francisco has authored several articles on employment and labor matters. Including the Chambers and Partners Employment Practice Guide (2018, 2019) and Executive Remuneration Review, Law Business Research (2015-2019),
Francisco obtained his law degree (JD) and a LL.M degree from Universidad Panamericana.
He has post-graduate studies at Yale School of Management and Georgetown University.
He is professor in the Universidad Panamericana of Labor/ collective course.
Francisco Javier Peniche Beguerisse
Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.