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Ana Hernandez

Senior Associate

Madrid

Hernandez Ana
Ana Hernandez

Senior Associate

Madrid

Ana is specialized in employment law legal advise in restructuring procedures, collective dismissals and designing labour strategies to be implemented in a medium period as consequences of a deal procedure. She has been involved in a large number of company’s organizational changes, given legal advise and support not only during the phase of analyze in order to determine the legal consequences of the different alternatives and how to implement it but also during the implementation of the decision adopted, in relation with employees, worker’s representatives, procedures of EREs, substantial modifications of the labor conditions, agreements, negotiations, transfers, redundancies, etc.

She is also an expert litigation lawyer before Labour Tribunals.

Ana is selected as leading lawyer in the employment field by the legal directory Best Lawyers.

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Publications: 03 APRIL 2020

The employer's guide to Covid-19 coronavirus issues in Slovakia

In this article we answer 10 frequently asked questions for employers in connection with the Covid-19 coronavirus.

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Publications: 02 APRIL 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus and global employment law: the key risks you need to be aware of – part 2

Allen & Overy’s Global Employment team held the second in a series of calls on the major developments of interest when workforce planning in light of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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Publications: 20 MARCH 2020

Labour and social security measures addressing the crisis provoked by Covid-19

Royal Decree 463/2020 of 14 March, by which the state of alarm in Spain is declared, includes a number of measures, among them the limitation of freedom of movement, which limits the freedom of movement of people, though it allows them to go to their workplace as workers or businesspersons.

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Publications: 09 JANUARY 2019

Labour issues and new digital rights in the Spanish Data Protection Act

The new Spanish Organic Law 3/2018 on Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights (Ley Orgánica 3/2018, de Protección de Datos Personales y Garantía de los Derechos Digitales), referred to from now on as the Spanish Data Protection Act, has taken advantage of the necessary adaptation to EU Regulation on Data Protection to include new employment rights in the digital area, including the right to digital disconnection and the right to privacy in the use of digital devices in the work environment.

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