By Miguel Ángel Andrade García Alonso
Litigation Area Partner
Bufete Sales Boyoli
What has been the impact of the Federal Labor Law Reform? Have the objectives, outlined by the President of the Republic at that time, been met? Have things truly changed in labor practices? Although there are certainly many implications, points of view and perspectives through which this “structural reform” may be analyzed, this would seem like a good time to review its current status, from the point of view of a litigant in this area who lives and suffers the administration of justice in labor matters.
In the preamble (almost romantic part of any proposed law or amendment of said law), presented at the time by the Federal Executive Power before the House of Representatives, the imperious need for having a “modern” juridical-labor scaffolding was asserted, in view of the following: