According to the Chambers Europe guide, clients describe Ignacio Regojo as “responsive, approachable and pragmatic: rather than quoting volumes on the latest legislation, he pulls out the detail and gets the job done.”
Ignacio Regojo is a partner based in our Madrid office. He counsels and advocates on all aspects of labor and employment law, immigration, Social Security, health and safety matters.
Ignacio’s practice has extended to other areas of law as his relationship with long-standing clients has evolved into a trusted advisor in many other areas of business law, including advising on relevant issues at general counsel and board level. His corporate and litigation experience, coupled with his tax and real estate background, allows him to understand global client issues, which he scopes to find the appropriate resources and solutions for clients.
Ignacio’s expertise focuses on contractual issues and senior executive relations including non-compete and confidentiality covenants; severance and termination agreements; constitutional fundamental rights; discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour laws, employee privacy and employer monitoring of information technology data; and geographical and functional mobility. He also advises clients with an international perspective on employment policies and procedures and provides direct support for a full range of corporate matters including mass layoffs and reorganizations, TUPE, mergers and acquisitions, data protection and immigration issues.
Additionally, Ignacio has extensive experience with collective bargaining agreements, worker representation election processes and union issues, grievance and arbitration procedures and strike activities. He is an experienced advocate on labor, social security and health and safety matters in Spanish labor courts and tribunals including the Spanish Supreme Court and the Spanish Constitutional Court.
Ignacio has been described by Chambers and Partners as "a meticulous, knowledgeable and business-oriented lawyer." He is a member of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA), the Spanish Employment Lawyers Forum (FORELAB) and the National Employment Lawyers Association (ASNALA).