Manuel Limón is a member of the Global Employment Practice Group’s Steering Committee and is the chair of the Latin America Labor & Employment Practice Group. He provides insightful advice on a broad range of employment matters, including litigation. In addition to his legal practice, Manuel was a consultant of the Federal Institute of Elections and of the National Commission of Minimum Wages.
Representative Legal Matters
Represented clients in complex mergers and acquisitions.
Advised on the reduction in force of companies in the aeronautical, automotive, rubber and pharmaceutical industries.
Handled major projects involving outsourcing.
Represented clients in negotiations with unions regarding collective bargaining agreements and the modification of working conditions.
Represented clients in matters involving the termination of executives and transfer of expatriates.
Represented clients in complex employer substitutions.
Advised on general labor litigation matters.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico A.P.
- Mexico (1977)
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (M.C.L.) (1982)
- National University (J.D.) (1977)
- La Salle University (B.A.) (1972)