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Inés Ríos

Counsel ––– Barcelona
Member no. 2109 of the Sant Feliu Bar Association
Main practice areas
  • Employment

Languages
  • English

  • Catalan

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Profile

Inés Ríos is a lawyer in Uría Menéndez’s Barcelona office. She was appointed counsel in 2019. Since joining the firm in 2007, she has specialised in employment and social security law.

Inés has extensive experience in advising companies on the drafting and termination of employment contracts, particularly for senior executives, as well as on labour law issues relating to mergers and acquisitions. She advises companies on collective redundancies and collective negotiations during corporate restructurings.

She is also frequently asked to prepare legal reports, carry out labour audits and issue the corresponding due diligence reports.

Ines regularly advises clients on employment disputes and litigation and represents them in court and in out-of-court proceedings.

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Education

  • Law Degree, Universidad Pompeu Fabra (UPF), 1999
Education

Professional associations

  • Sant Feliu de Llobregat Bar Association

Teaching activity

Since 2013 Inés has lectured on various programmes at EADA (Business and Management School) and since 2012 Inés on various courses offered by the Barcelona Bar Association.

Recent publications

  • Juan Reyes, Inés Ríos. In 2016 Práctica laboral para abogados. Los casos más relevantes en 2015 de los grandes despachos. Salvador del Rey (Coordinador). Las Rozas (Madrid): La Ley-Wolters Kluwer, 2016

  • Las redes sociales en las relaciones laborales

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    Inés Ríos, María Ángela Álvarez. In Actualidad Jurídica Uría Menéndez, n.º 39, 2015

  • Raúl Boo, Inés Ríos, Ángela Coquillat Vicente, Gaona Abogados , Francisco Javier Lara Peláez. In Tirant lo Blanch, 2014

  • Ana Alós, Inés Ríos. In Global Legal Insights. Employment & Labour Law, 2nd Ed. Georgina Rowley (Editor), Charles Wynn-Evans (Editor). London: Global Legal Group, 2013

  • Inés Ríos. In Diario Jurídico (diariojuridico.com), 17/11/2012