Enrique Betemps’ practice is focused mainly on labour and social security law. He advises on labour and social security regulations and represents clients in claims and proceedings before administrative and judicial entities and/or authorities with competence in labour matters.
His advice also includes the drafting and negotiation of contracts and legal instruments of labour nature, such as employment contracts, settlements between different parties, confidentiality and non-competition agreements, golden parachutes, stock option plans, etc.
He also represents clients in the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and in any dispute that may arise.
He has participated in different due diligence procedures, in a significant number of transactions analysing contingencies of labour nature and related to the social security system.
Enrique Betemps received his law degree from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral Santa Fe, Argentina, in 1986, and he received a master’s of Laws at the Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, United States, in July 2000.
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