Leonardo Kaufman joined the Firm in 2013. He integrates the Labor practice group, with focus on judicial and administrative labor litigation, providing assistance and consultancy on individual, collective and public civil actions, with experience related to health and safety, in addition to occupational disease.
He also works in consulting on individual and collective matters, including those related to health and safety and occupational disease, individual and collective contracts, including termination, collective bargaining, remuneration of employees, executives and expatriates; employee transfer, internal audit and audit linked to mergers and acquisitions; assistance in equalizing benefits.
Provides general advice on labor legislation, employment contracts, labor benefits and executive compensation and transfer of employees (including executives).
He graduated from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) with a degree in Law and from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) with a post-graduation in Corporate Law.
Activities outside the office
Mr. Leonardo Kaufman was a substitute professor at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro from the period of 2015 to 2017.
Author of several articles, such as:
– Impactos da Reforma Trabalhista na demissão Coletiva.
– A inclusão dos Transgêneros no Mercado de Trabalho.
Representative matters and clients
– Representation of clients like Bloomin’ Brands Inc.; Cameron do Brasil Ltda.; Schlumberger Serviços de Petróleo Ltda., Caprock Comunicacoes do Brasil Ltda. and Ipiranga Produtos de Petroleo S.A in consulting and also judicial and administrative labor litigation.
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Law # 14.311/2022 – Allows pregnant employees to return to on-site work – Rules
In brief On March 9, 2022, Law 14,311/2022 was published in the Official Gazette, amending Law 14,151/2021, providing for cases in which pregnant employees can return to on-site work. In summary, there are three hypotheses in which the employer can determine the return to on-site work of pregnant employees: (i) after the end of the […]
Interministerial Ordinance promotes changes in measures to prevent, control and mitigate the risks of infection by the coronavirus in the workplace
In brief On Jan 25, 2022, Ordinance MTP/MS No. 14 was published in the Official Gazette triggering important changes in the measures that must be observed by employers for the prevention of infection by COVID19 in the workplace. More details Among the changes brought by such Ordinance, there are new and expanded definitions of the […]
New Law provides for confidentiality of individuals those who are HIV positive of suffer from hepatitis, leprosy and tuberculosis
In brief On January 4th, 2022, the Law n. 14,289 was enacted, providing for the obligation to preserve confidentiality of the condition of individuals who are positive for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), chronic hepatitis (HBV and HCV), leprosy and tuberculosis. The new legislation innovates by imposing the obligation of private agents to preserve the confidentiality […]
Supreme Court establishes thesis in the sense that Labor Courts are the competent jurisdiction to rule cases involving impacts on private pension contributions
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