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Fisher Phillips Attorneys Recognized by Chambers Latin America

Fisher Phillips, one of the country’s preeminent labor and employment law firms representing employers is proud to announce that two Mexican partners – Germán de la Garza De Vecchi and Octavio Novaro Holguín – have been ranked in the Chambers Latin America 2024 Guide. 

Chambers Latin America ranks and reviews the best lawyers across 19 jurisdictions, spanning Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, as well as all Spanish-speaking countries in South America. The rankings are based on in-depth interviews with attorneys, clients, and businesses, resulting in a selection of lawyers who are said to be “the most suitable providers of legal help when it really matters.”

In addition to being recognized by Chambers, Germán and Octavio also play integral roles in the firm’s recent launch of its first international offices in Mexico. With decades of experience between them, both gentlemen offer a diverse blend of experience and focus and are adept at serving large international clients with everything from general employment law disputes to their most complex labor negotiations.

Germán de la Garza De Vecchi leads Fisher Phillips’ Mexico offices and is known as one of the few “go to” lawyers in Mexico for large international companies facing difficult labor relations issues in the complex, ever-evolving Mexican union environment. With more than two decades of experience and a track record of results, his credibility among union leaders, government officials and regulators enables him to achieve clients’ goals in negotiations. Germán has played a vital role in the region’s economic growth and served as an advisor to regulators on recent reforms to labor laws in Mexico.

Octavio Novaro Holguín is a highly regarded lawyer with three decades of experience in labor relations law. He is known for helping Mexican and foreign companies with operations in the country implement preventive strategies and audits to comply with applicable labor laws and advises on collective agreements with unions throughout the Mexican Republic. His clients span industries including automotive, pharmaceutical, higher education, retail, and energy.

The Chambers Latin America results follow the firm’s strong showing in the 2023 edition of Chambers USA in which the firm maintained its Band 2 national Labor and Employment ranking and remained “Band 1 – Highly Regarded” in California among the state’s Labor & Employment law firms. In addition, in 2023 Fisher Phillips saw an increase of over 10% in the number of individual attorney rankings, and the firm had individuals listed within the top bands of 18 states.

Source : Fisher Philips