Luiz Fernando Alouche is the head of the Labor and Employment and Social Security practices at IWRCF.
Lawyer graduated from Universidade Paulista (2001), he holds a postgraduate degree in Labor Law from Centro de Extensão Universitária (CEU, 2003) and in Corporate and Economic Law from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV/SP, 2006).
Luiz Alouche has 20 years of experience in representing mid-sized and large national and multinational companies, in litigation and non-litigation labor and social security matters.
He has wide experience in representing companies in investigations carried out by the Ministry of Labor and the Public Labor Prosecutor.
He also advises clients in the international transfer of employees.
Luiz Alouche has recurrently been recognized as a reference in the labor and employment practice area (Análise 500 and Legal 500). In the research carried out for the 2021 edition of Legal 500, sources described him as “a true client advocate, always available to meet the clients’ needs in a timely manner”; and stated that he “always tries to keep the clients updated with the most recent legal trends“.
Luiz Alouche was the President of the Labor Committee of the Brazilian Bar Association, Pinheiros branch (2014/2015 and 2016/2017), he is a member of the Lawyers Institute of São Paulo (Instituto dos Advogados de São Paulo – IASP) and was the Vice President of the People’s Management Committee of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce (2011/2012).
Lawyer graduated from Universidade de São Paulo (USP, 2003), she holds a master’s degree (2007) and a doctorate degree (2011) in Labor Law from the same University.
She has more than 10 years of experience advising clients in complex labor and employment issues. She focuses her practice in non-contentious matters, besides advising clients in the review of their labor routines, including hiring and termination procedures, compensation policy and implementing codes of conduct. She has assisted several clients in numerous collective bargaining procedures aiming at implementing specific work conditions for the clients’ employees.
She has also a wide expertise in representing clients in investigations carried out by labour authorities, such as the Brazilian Ministry of Labor (MTE) and the Public Labor Prosecutor (MPT).
Furthermore, she assists clients in procedures related to the international transfer of employees, including the application for work permits and the registration of the foreign worker with the Federal Police.
She is a member of the Lawyers Institute of São Paulo (Instituto dos Advogados de São Paulo – IASP).