Labour Law

Labour Law

In Labour Law or Social Law, legal relationships are regulated in which one of the parties performs human work freely, on behalf of others, in a relationship of dependence and in exchange for a consideration.

The labour law regulates a fundamental area of social relations, which is essential for economic development and the well-being of society. The articulation of labour relations on the basis of unequal negotiating positions influenced by the socio-economic context, the multiplicity of forms in which those relations are conducted and the importance of collective bargaining are outstanding features of significance in the normative field, both substantively and procedurally

The social courts hear claims relating to labour and social security matters, as well as challenges to the actions of public authorities in the exercise of their powers and functions in these matters.

Marina De Bem

From my specialization and professional experience, I have been providing a comprehensive service in all matters relating to labor law, for example: