Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice devoted exclusively to representing management. With more than 1,300 attorneys in more than 75 offices, Littler serves as the single source solution provider to the global employer community. Through an integrated worldwide strategy, Littler brings together practitioners experienced in local and cross-border labor and employment matters to provide seamless client service across national boundaries.

Littler’s international offices span three continents – North America, South America and Europe – and include: Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, the United Kingdom and Venezuela. The firm’s global capabilities also include a number of U.S.-based lawyers who are qualified practitioners in Australia, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa, among other countries. We are experienced in handling multi-country labor and employment matters that span the globe and often work with leading attorneys in jurisdictions worldwide to provide clients with global legal services and a single point of contact.

With our collective knowledge and experience, we provide clients with comprehensive legal services covering the full range of workplace issues, including General Labor and Employment Advice, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Labor Relations, Compliance, Codes of Conduct, Workforce Management, Data Privacy, Employment and Transfer Agreements, Corporate Labor Governance, and Knowledge Management and Training.

The Littler Global Guide

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 60 countries and the EU, across 6 continents. This new format for drawing on Littler’s International practice and experience enables readers to drill down into one country’s law or search across several countries and compile information on a single topic.

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