Jorge Sales Boyoli is well-known for advising clients on individual labor litigation, collective matters and procedural labor law, and has handled high-profile union matters in a variety of industries, including electrical utilities, renewable energy, transportation and entertainment. He regularly represents clients in collective contract negotiations, strikes and other matters against some of Mexico’s largest unions on behalf of major local and international employers. Jorge is highly experienced on digital platforms, as well.
Jorge was previously a founding partner and managing director of Bufete Sales Boyoli, a labor and employment law boutique that he dissolved in joining Littler.
Jorge is active in the International Bar Association; the Mexican Institute of Financial Executives; the Mexican Direct Selling Association; and the National Association of Business Lawyers, where he was National Coordinator of the Labor Law Committee. He regularly speaks and publishes on labor, human resources and management issues.
Jorge is a full professor of individual, collective and procedural labor law at the Universidad Panamericana, as well as a candidate for the National Prize for Labor Research. He is a contributor to CNN; the magazines Mundo Ejecutivo, Expansión, and Mujer Ejecutiva; and the newspapers El Financiero and El Economista.