advises multinational corporations on the labour and employment aspects of their domestic and transnational corporate and commercial transactions, as well as on their restructuring, downsizing and closure plans. He also advises clients on top executives’ compensation and benefits packages, separation agreements, global policies, due diligence investigations, the implementation of legislative developments (as during the COVID-19 crisis), audits and employment contracts. Jilali represents clients in negotiations, alternative dispute resolution proceedings and litigation in a wide range of civil, criminal and administrative employment and labour-related matters.
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