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Munita & Olavarría – Ius Laboris Chile


Munita & Olavarría – Ius Laboris Chile is a law firm specialised in Labour and Employment law and labour and employment related issues. Our lawyers have the necessary skills to provide a customised and generalised service for our clients in advisory matters and litigation both in Chile and globally. 

Our practice is focused on assisting national and multinational companies with their hiring processes, compensation benefits and pension plans, labour auditing and legal compliance, corporate policies, subcontracting, workforce reductions, companies restructuring, work-related illnesses and accidents, as well as work permits and visas for foreign personnel. In addition, our firm has a particularly strong profile for complex employment litigation and labour-related administrative procedures. We also have significant expertise in collective bargaining processes, union matters and collective actions filed by unions. Our clients include companies in a wide range of sectors such as airlines, banking, telecoms, IT, retail, mining, automotive, sports, pharmaceutical and construction, among others.

Munita & Olavarría is member of Ius Laboris, an international alliance of top law firms specialised in labour and employment law, pensions and social benefits. With its headquarters in Brussels, Ius Laboris covers Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle Eastern regions. The Alliance comprises over 160 cities in around 50 countries with more than 1,400 lawyers focused on highly dynamic law areas. As a member of Ius Laboris, a global alliance, we are able to offer our clients a high level international service and coordinate employment and labour law related issues and projects in a global environment and a genuinely cross-border perspective. 

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