With participation at the Colombian legal market since 2005, López & Asociados is a firm devoted to practicing labour law and social security law. We focus on consulting work and representing companies, and do so by aligning ourselves with the strategic vision of our clients. We have a team of well-prepared lawyers, with the strongest academic credentials in the country, most of them acting as professors at the most respected law schools and universities in Colombia.
Our team comprises more than 140 people. Duly qualified and trained professionals, ready to provide top quality services to you.See more
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La reciente publicación de Chambers & Partners sobre los abogados y bufetes más destacados del derecho en América Latina se centra en las especialidades. Estas son las firmas y abogados líderes en derecho laboral en Colombia.
Mientras que en López & Asociados, los clientes indicaron que sus profesionales siempre están disponibles para atenderlos y que manejan “impecablemente” las dificultades o retos que se presentan durante un proceso laboral que asesoran.
Throughout the month of July, two main modifications regarding labour law and workplace related issues have taken place:
The Ministry of Labour’s institutional guidelines for the termination of the employment relationship of workers with disabilities, or manifest weaknesses for health reasons, have been established through Internal Bulletin 049 issued by said office. Therefore, labour inspectors should review compliance with certain requirements, which vary depending on the following circumstances:
In the course of the year 2019, Colombia has developed a series of modifications regarding labour law and workplace related issues. The main observations and changes that have taken place include: i) workplace harassment law measures enforcement for interns; ii) electronic means for labour contract signatures; iii) new reach for workplace harassment regulations as a result of ILO Convention; iv) Congress prohibits the use of asbestos in Colombia; and v) presumption of trial period for domestic workers
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