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Ricardo Aleman

Ricardo Aleman



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Ricardo Aleman is a Partner at Morgan & Morgan and focuses his practice in Labor Law. Throughout his 40 years of experience in the legal field, Mr. Aleman has advised local and international corporations on labor and employment matters, including corporate restructurings, collective bargaining negotiations, employment contracts, termination agreements and labor litigation.

In the public sector, Mr. Aleman has been appointed as Ambassador of the Republic of Panama to Mexico (2004-2009), Secretary of the Conciliation and Arbitration Commission of the Chamber of Commerce (2002-2004), Member of the Tripartite Commission responsible for the revision of the Panamanian Labor Code (1978), Deputy Judge of the Superior Labor Court (1986), Deputy Judge of the Supreme Court of Justice (1999) and General Manager of the Colon Free Zone (1998-1999). He has also presided the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama and the Federation of Chambers of Commerce of Central America (1991-1992); and during that same period served as Vice-President of the National Council of Private Enterprises.

Mr. Aleman holds an LL. B. from the Universidad de Panama, and is admitted to practice law in the Republic of Panama.

Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, Mr. Aleman was a Partner at a consulting regional firm specializing in corporate labor counsel and related affairs.


Panama: Sexual Harassment in Companies and in the Education Sector
Morgan & Morgan, May 2018

The International Labor Organization (ILO) defines sexual harassment as “any conduct of unwanted sexual nature that, according to the reasonable perception of the recipient, interferes with their work, is established as a condition of employment or creates an intimidating hostile or offensive work environment...

Remuneration for Holidays or National Mourning in Panama
Morgan & Morgan, November 2017

Most of holidays and national mourning that are covered by Article 46 of the Labor Code of the Republic of Panama are in November, December and January. In fact, they are considered as such, November 3, 5, 10 and 28; December 8 and 25; and on January 1 and 9...

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