Prinkin Elena Jiménez ChirenoPartner | ONTIER DOMINICAN REPUBLIC · Santo Domingo
Degree in Law Cum Laude, 1998, from Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra. Subsequently, she completed a master’s degree in Civil Law in 2000 from Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, as well as a master's degree in Corporate Business Law from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, 2008. Likewise, he has completed various courses and diplomas in matters of Fundamental Rights, Negotiation, Social Security, Labour Law, Constitutional Law, Occupational Safety and Health, Migration Law, Civil and Commercial Law, Administrative Law, among others.
With 17 years of service at the Firm, she leads a team of excellent professionals who advise in the area of Labor Law. Provides assistance to national and multinational companies in labour matters. Advises clients on issues related to labor rights of workers and employers, mergers and acquisitions of companies, civil, commercial and employment contracts, termination of the employment contract, immigration regularization of the staff to be hired, labor litigation, labor consultancy, Social security, trade unions and collective agreement of working conditions. The professional exercise highlights its successful advice on labor matters to mitigate risks to restructuring operations, as well as the elaboration of employment contracts for the best protection of the client's interests.
She is an active member of the Circle of Labor Lawyers of the Dominican Republic, also part of the Bar Association of the Dominican Republic.
As speaker, she has shared her knowledge and experiences in various Seminars for the National School of the Judiciary, on Judicial Dispatch Management, addressed to Judges and Judicial Officials of the Civil Jurisdiction of the Judicial Districts San Cristóbal, San Juan de la Maguana and San Pedro de Macorís, Santiago, Duarte and La Vega. He has also been a Webinarist on Labour Law and Social Security.
Some of her publications include articles such as: News in the Dominican Social Security System following the enactment of Law 13-20, which strengthens the Social Security Treasury (TSS) and the Directorate General of Information and Defense of the Affiliate (DIDA); Employment inclusion of persons with disabilities in Dominican law, among others.
She is fluent in Spanish, English and French.