Marília Veiga Ravazzi
Marília has experience in counseling local and foreign clients on a wide range of labor and employment matters, including employment agreements of high executives, termination of employment agreements, release agreements, outsourcing, executive compensation, compliance investigations, employment policies and handbooks. She represents employers in high-stakes labor litigation claims, including collective and class actions, and individual labor claims brought by executives or high level employees. She also represents companies in administrative proceedings with Labor and Employment Authorities, as well as in Investigations conducted by Agencies of the Labor Prosecutors Office. Marília holds a post-graduation degree from University of California – Irvine (2014).
Employment & Benefits
Brazil | 18 July 2018
The recent labour and employment reform enacted in Brazil has introduced important changes to labour and employment relations. One of the principal changes is the introduction of arbitration for the resolution of employment disputes. Although the changing law requires a change of mindset, employers should take advantage of it and begin to consider the possibility of instituting arbitration for certain employment contracts.