Latin America is a vital part of the global economy and home to key trade partners for countries around the world. Dynamic financial markets and an active labor force raise specialized labor, employment and immigration considerations for multi-national businesses. From regional powerhouses, such as Brazil, to expanding economies, such as Colombia and Panama, ELA’s member firms throughout Mexico, Latin America and South America combine for first-class legal experience and local expertise aimed at achieving client business goals.
This publication is based on a 2015 webinar presented by a representative group of the Latin America members of the Employment
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