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Febrero 28, 2019

Barros Silva Varela Vigil hires new partner to lead its Labour practice

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Our law firm welcomes Roberto Lewin V., who joined BSVV at the beginning of February as a partner in charge of the labour area. His practice will focus on advising national and foreign companies on all types of legal issues related to human resources and labour relations, addressing collective bargaining processes, labour disputes and litigation and relationships with the authorities.

Roberto has an extensive background in labour law and his experience will allow us to offer an increasingly complete service. He is a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Duke University, North Carolina and has been recognized as a prominent lawyer in the labour area by Chambers & Partners.

 

Roberto Lewin V. will lead the labor practice of Barros, Silva, Varela & Vigil, supporting the firm in the provision of a comprehensive service.

PARTICIPATING LAWYERS

Roberto Lewin V.

Roberto Lewin V.

Partner

rlewin@bsvv.cl
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News

Febrero 28, 2019

Barros Silva Varela Vigil hires new partner to lead its Labour practice

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Our law firm welcomes Roberto Lewin V., who joined BSVV at the beginning of February as a partner in charge of the labour area. His practice will focus on advising national and foreign companies on all types of legal issues related to human resources and labour relations, addressing collective bargaining processes, labour disputes and litigation and relationships with the authorities.

Roberto has an extensive background in labour law and his experience will allow us to offer an increasingly complete service. He is a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Duke University, North Carolina and has been recognized as a prominent lawyer in the labour area by Chambers & Partners.

 

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Roberto Lewin V. will lead the labor practice of Barros, Silva, Varela & Vigil, supporting the firm in the provision of a comprehensive service.

PARTICIPATING LAWYERS

Roberto Lewin V.

Roberto Lewin V.

Partner

rlewin@bsvv.cl
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