We recognise 33 lawyers in this chapter as leading lights in the Mexican labour and employment law market. They excel at representing and advising domestic and international clients on all aspects of labour, employment and industrial relations law.
Most Highly Regarded
Hogan Lovells receives four listings this year.
Hugo Hernández-Ojeda Alvírez enjoys a stellar reputation thanks to his immense experience assisting major clients in the transfer of employees and standardisation of benefits.
Luis Ricardo Ruíz Gutiérrez is recognised as “an excellent litigator” with “a lot of experience” when it comes to collective bargaining agreements and employment disputes.
Luis Rosas Ortega is distinguished as a “hands on litigator”, known for his strong knowledge of labour and employment disputes.
Mary Carmen Fuertes Abascal is a standout name who focuses her first-class practice on labour consultancy and strategic advice.
Baker McKenzie Abogados receives three listings here.
Javiera Medina is recognised as an “excellent lawyer” who is “very active” in the labour and employment advisory space.
Ricardo Castro-Garza earns accolades as a labour expert who sources “would definitely recommend” thanks to his deep knowledge of strategic labour planning.
Alfonso García Lozano is highlighted for his top-tier labour and employment practice and adept handling of complex litigation.
Juan Carlos de la Vega G at Santamarina y Steta wins acclaim as a “very reputable lawyer who has a lot of experience in labour matters” with one source adding, “He is our number one competitor.”
At Basham Ringe y Correa, Jorge De Presno-Arizpe is hailed as an “expert” and “the top labour lawyer in Mexico” by observers who cite his “excellent communication and analytical skills”.
Oscar De la Vega Gomez at De la Vega & Martínez Rojas wins plaudits for his adept handling of issues arising out of collective bargaining agreements.
At Sanchez DeVanny Eseverri, Alfredo Kupfer Domínguez enjoys a superb reputation among peers thanks to his thorough knowledge of trade union negotiations.
David Eugenio Puente Tostado is a leading labour specialist, who expertly assists international clients in the workplace strategies of their Mexican operations.
At Littler Mexico, the “excellent” Mónica Schiaffino is singled out by market sources for her profound expertise in handling business transfers and restructurings.
Fernando Yllanes Martínez of Bufete Yllanes Ramos is distinguished by sources as a “labour expert” whose top-tier practice runs the gamut of labour and employment matters.
At Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez, Francisco Peniche-Beguerisse is highlighted for the first-rate advice he delivers to clients on a variety of labour issues, including health and safety regulations and compliance matters.
Rafael Vallejo Gil at Chevez Ruiz Zamarripa y Cia is considered a go-to name on all aspects of employment law, including executive employee dismissals and corporate restructurings.
At Natividad Abogados, Tomás Natividad Sánchez is heralded as an “excellent litigator and strategist” who is “very rounded” in his capabilities to handle a range of complex labour and employment issues.
Luis Díaz Mirón A of Bufete Díaz Mirón is a long-standing fixture in the Mexican market with outstanding experience in labour and employment law.
At García Mingo & Tejedo Abogados, Juan Tejedo M is recognised as an “excellent litigator” who showcases exceptional skills when handling unfair dismissal disputes.
Nadia González Elizondo at Galicia Abogados is “outstanding” in her ability to advise clients on a range of labour matters, including workplace investigations and harassment claims.