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Ecuador
By Sebastián Cayetano Muñoz Fabara
It has been one year since the Organic Law of Human Mobility came into force and effect in Ecuador, and it is important to understand and distinguish the changes that have been made in this compilation of all the different laws on this subject, ...
By Verónica Sánchez González
The success or failure of a sale, purchase, license or franchise of an intellectual property right relies in having an effective assessment of the intangible asset and follow the recommendations and assess the possible risks ...
By María Elena Sanmartín
Employers and recruiters must assess the way in which the process to select personnel is handled, in order to avoid committing discrimination acts and being subject to suffer claims from rejected applicants, and ...
By Andrea Peña Vélez
In Ecuador, the Law provides several benefits to workers for paternity leaves, and the employers must acknowledge such benefits, which are mainly the ones provided below:
By Andrés Chong Qui Toris
The Ministerial Agreement No. 398, issued on 13 July 2006 by the Secretary of Labor, expressly prohibited the "dismissal of employees based on their health, suffering from HIV-AIDS".
By Salomé Dávalos Sánchez
In Ecuador, the public body of control and regulation of commercial corporations has the wrong idea that foreign corporations and their branch offices are different legal entities...
By Gabriela Rodríguez M.
We believe that the Ecuadorian government should implement a new formula allowing for the determination of payments in advance based on income produced, and not according to assets held by taxpayers.
By Mayrita Plua Burgos
To avoid a penalty for a decision of employer liability of a work accident, the employer should do more than just notify the accident.
By Gonzalo Noboa K.
Ecuador is following the tendency set by several countries worldwide of providing a greater use of the Electronic Signature, which grants authenticity to documents transmitted or filed in digital formats.
By Andrés Chong Qui Toris
The scope of ineffective dismissal has increased through many channels, from laws and ministerial resolutions to high court judgments. Here is explained what we have up to now in terms of workers covered by the irremovability principle.
By Nathalie Viteri Jiménez
The Regulations for the Imposition and Collection of Fines whose target corresponds to the Superintendence of Companies, specify restrictively those cases in which the fine set forth in Article 25 and others of the Companies Act is charged...