Partners from Miranda & Amado leave to revive labour boutique

Two partners who used to lead Miranda & Amado Abogados’ labour department have left with a large contingent to restart their former boutique – while their previous firm has restructured the practice with internal talent.

Partners from Miranda & Amado leave to revive labour boutique  Roberto Matallana, Jorge Toyama, Renato Mejía, Luis Vinatea & Alfredo Salvador

Luis Vinatea and Jorge Toyama reopened their former labour boutique – called Vinatea & Toyama – on Monday. They were joined by Miranda & Amado partners Roberto Matallana, Renato Mejía and Alfredo Salvador and some 25 associates.

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