Cecilia Calderón is an associate in the firm’s labor and employment law practice. Before joining Garrigues, she practiced labor law at the firm Estudio Echecopar – Asociado a Baker & McKenzie International (2012 – 2016).
She has extensive experience in the following areas:
Advising on the implementation of labor law aspects of transactions involving the acquisition, transfer or dissolution of large companies.
Advising companies on the hiring of domestic personnel and the structuring of their income.
Advising on production outsourcing processes (labor outsourcing).
Advising on social security matters.
Advising on the implementation of compensation systems and labor cost reduction policies and wage planning.
Advising on dismissals, both individual and collective.
Advising on the preparation of Labor Law Due Diligences.
Advising entities, institutions and domestic and international companies on labor law litigation matters.
01/2016 UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA - LA MANCHA, Spain
•Postgraduate specialization – Course on Social Constitution and Human Labor Rights. Current Global Trends.
03/2015- presentPONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ
•Master’s Degree in Labor and Social Security Law.
03/2013- 12/2014 PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ
•Degree of Second Specialization in Labor and Social Security Law.
03/2005-12/2010 PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DEL PERÚ
•Lawyer – December 2011.
•Bachelor of Law - December 2010.
•The non-existence of labor stability in the part-time work system as a sign of the infringement of the decent work provision in Peru (*). In: Book by the 6th National Labor Law Conference entitled "Employment Stability, Labor Inspections, Self-employed Workers’ Retirement and Arbitration in Collective Bargaining" (*). Publisher by El Búho EIRL. Lima: 2015. PP. 293-309.
•Impacts of company mergers on employment relationships (*). In: Book by the 6th National Labor Law Conference entitled "Labor Trends and Outlooks: Trial. Labor Union Relations and Interdisciplinary Framework" (*). Publisher El Búho EIRL. Lima: 2012. PP. 129-145.
(*) originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for more information.