Luis Monsalvo Álvarez is managing partner at Monsalvo Abogados, counseling international business groups as well as global corporations, regarding matters of Labor and Employment Law in Mexico.
• Labor and Employment consulting
• High-risk litigation
• Executive compensation
• Collective Bargaining
• Strikes procedures
• Employment counsel for M&As, Restructurings and Divestitures
Law graduate by Universidad Iberoamericana; he also attained a postgraduate degree in Labor Law and Constitutional Review (Amparo)l by Universidad Panamericana. In addition, he graduated from the LL.M program at Columbia University, where he focused in discrimination practices in the workplace, Executive Compensation, and Comparative Labor Law.
He also studied Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions at Harvard University as well as Financial Institutions in the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Luis Monsalvo is an expert consultant for global corporations regarding labor and employment law compliance in Mexico.
He represents multinational employers in high-risk litigation before the Federal Judiciary and the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards, both at the State and Federal levelsl. He develops negotiation strategies with Unions and Worker Associations nationwide. Furthermore, he coordinates defense strategies for strike movements and illegal walkouts. He is an expert in studying and assessing acquiring business groups, regarding practices and perspectives in terms of compensations for senior executives, union trends, and political labor climate.
Luis Monsalvo is a Labor Law professor at Universidad Iberoamericana since 2005. In addition, he has been a professor in the Graduate program of Labor Law at Universidad Panamericana since 2016; that same year he became a professor of the Masters Degree at the Specialization Institute of the Conciliation and Arbitration Board of Mexico City.
Associations, Chambers and Partnerships
He is a member of the Labor law and Social Security Commission at the Mexican Bar Association; the Labor Law Commission at the Illustrious Mexican Board of Lawyers; and vice president of HR Commission of the Chamber of Commerce of Spain. Since early 2019, he serves as deputy director at Index’s National Labor Committee.