Sergio Santana is a Senior Associate in the Labor and Employment law practice, where he has pursued his professional career since 2010.
He has extensive experience advising companies from a wide range of sectors in all areas of labor and social security law and, more specifically, in such areas as individual and collective dismissals, material modifications to working conditions, international assignments of workers, senior management, collective bargaining, labor law aspects of corporate mergers and acquisitions, business restructurings, occupational risk prevention, social security, human resources policies, etc.; acting as legal counsel in proceedings in the labor and judicial review jurisdictions.
He has also provided ongoing advice to professional entities and clubs on sports labor law matters, as well as to EU institutions on myriad labor law issues.
Sergio is a member of the Alicante Bar Association, as well as the International Bar Association (IBA).
Finalist for the “Young Labor Lawyers” award from FORELAB (Spanish Labor Lawyer Forum).
Degree in Law, Universidad de Alicante (2006 – 2010).
Executive Master’s Degree in Business Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues in conjunction with Harvard Law School (2010 – 2012).
Master’s Degree in Labor Law Advisory Services (doctorate program), Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid (2014 – 2015).
“Commentary on judgments 2050/2012 and 2501/2012 of the Labor Chamber of the Valencia High Court of Justice: Insolvency Collective Layoff Procedure of Hércules Club de Fútbol, S.A.D.” (*) Co-author. (Aranzadi Sports and Entertainment Law Review).
“Revisiting the impact on employment relationships of the latest constitutional case law on the right to protect data under art. 18.4 of the Spanish Constitution” (*) (Aranzadi Spanish Labor Law Review).
“On the obligation to pay into court for access to appeals in cases of companies in insolvency proceedings” (*) (FORELAB).
(*) originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for more information.