Leticia Ribeiro has been recognized by the Latin Lawyer, Legal 500 and Client Choice Awards as a leading employment lawyer. Leticia joined the firm in 1998 and became partner in 2013. Frequently praised for her practical and business oriented advice, technical knowledge and creativity, over 20 years experience in advising clients on employment matters.
Her area of practice includes consulting in labor matters, including the coordination of regional and multi-jurisdiction employment projects. She also provides skillful advice on individual and collective terminations, incentive and equity pay, profit sharing, fringe benefits, remuneration of executives and expatriates, transfers of employees (inbound and outbound), strategic due diligence for transactions, postacquisition integrations, labor litigation and collective labor negotiations.
Representative Legal Matters
Legal representation of clients engaged in the following areas: IT, social media, media & entertainment, aviation, pharmaceutical, chemical and services. She has advised these clients on employment impacts of restructurings, creation of incentive plans (including equity plans), sensitive executive terminations and collective dismissal, strategic employment litigation and union negotiations.
- Graduated in 2000 from the Universidade Católica - São Paulo Law School.
- Master of Laws in Corporate Law in 2002 from the Fundaçao Getúlio Vargas - São Paulo.
- Master of Laws in Labor Law in 2005 from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica - São Paulo
Rulling no. 10.486 / 2020 issued by the...
On April 24, was published the Rulling 10.486/2020 issued by the Ministry of Economy regulating the procedures for the payment of the Emergency Allowance (‘BEM”) provided in the Executive Order 936/20, to be in force during the current and exception crises period. The Rulling provides for procedural guidelines that were not specified in the Executive […]
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES CREDIT TO ...
Earlier today, March 27, the president of the Brazilian Central Bank announced an emergency line of credit of 40 billion reais, to assist small and medium size companies with annual invoicing ranging from 360,000 reais to 10,000,000 reais. This measure is issued with the specific purpose of paying the salaries of the employees of these […]
QUARANTINE BILL APPROVED BY SENATE NOW ...
On Wednesday (Feb 2), the Senate approved Bill No. 23/2020, drafted by the Federal Government to implement sanitary measures to combat the coronavirus. The law is expected to be signed off by President Jair Bolsonaro this week, considering that the Brazilians repatriated by air from Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, are expected […]
Conviction in the Appellate Court: chan...
Proposals to amend the Criminal Law that would allow arrest as of the decision issued by the Court of Appeals may enable workers to receive amounts prior to the end of the labor lawsuit. If the Congress approve the proposed amendments, Labor Judges may use the understanding of Criminal Law to allow plaintiffs to receive […]