Littler is the largest law practice in the world exclusively devoted to representing management in every aspect of labor and employment law. We serve as a single point of contact for our clients’ global labor and employment needs, helping multinational employers to move their employees across borders, comply with local employee relations laws, and assist employers with such international issues as overseas privacy laws and applying company policies worldwide.
Our comprehensive Latin America practice covers English-, Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking jurisdictions from the Caribbean through Mexico, Central America and South America. More than 160 attorneys in 15 offices across the region collaborate to assist clients in their local markets and internationally, handling matters within the region as well as cross-border and global issues that extend to the U.S. and Canada, Europe, and beyond.
Our Latin American offices are in San Juan, Puerto Rico; Monterrey and Mexico City; San José, Costa Rica; San Salvador, El Salvador; Guatemala City; San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Managua, Nicaragua; Panama City; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Barranquilla and Bogotá, Colombia; Caracas and Valencia, Venezuela.
Covering all domestic and international workplace issues, our Latin America practice focuses on six primary areas: General Labor and Employment Advice, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Labor Relations, Compliance, Corporate Labor Governance, and Knowledge Management and Training.
Littler and several of our attorneys are recognized in this region by multiple publications including Chambers, Best Lawyers, Legal 500 and Latin Lawyer. Our Costa Rica office is the first law office to be Certified ISO 9001:2008 in Central America and the Caribbean.
We are pleased to present The Littler Global Guide – an online portal providing in-depth information and analysis of a broad range of international employment and labor law issues. Authored by legal practitioners and scholars from around the world, The Littler Global Guide covers workplace law topics in over 40 countries/territories and the European Union, across six continents. This new format for drawing on Littler’s International practice and experience enables readers to drill down into one country’s law or compile a country-to-country comparison on a single topic.
Request complimentary access at globalguide.littler.com.