Thaís de Morais Alberigi Rodrigues joined the Firm in 2017. She integrates the employment practice group, with focus on legal matters involving labor advisory and labor litigation. Ms. Rodrigues has a wide breadth of experience in labor legal advice, including not only termination of employment agreements, negotiation of collective agreements and other matters related to unions, but also analysis of risks involved in the labor and employment relationships, inspections and investigations by the Ministry of Labor and the Labor Prosecutor’s Office.
She graduated from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie with a degree in Law and from Escola Paulista de Direito with a postgraduate degree in Social Security Law, and also from Fundação Getúlio Vargas with a postgraduate degree in Labor and Labor Procedural Law.
Representative matters and clients
– Assisting and providing legal advice to NortonLifeLock in the process of restructuring the company in Brazil, especially with regard to the monitoring of employment agreements termination processes and legal issues related to the steps subsequent to such processes with the former employees and the payroll provider;
– Assisted and provided legal advice to Airbnb in the process of restructuring the society in Brazil, due to the global impacts caused by the coronavirus pandemic, which were widely publicized by communication channels;
– Provides legal advice to Velocity Global in the process of incorporating the company in Brazil and the labor impacts related to hiring and workforce management in the country.
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