Before joining our Bogotá office as an associate in 2011, Isabella Gandini Garcia worked as the head of the labour and social security practice at another law firm in Bogotá. While employed there, she obtained extensive experience in general company law and human resources matters.
Ms. Gandini has extensive experience supporting international and local companies in labour matters such as hiring and termination processes, due diligence, expatriates, settlement agreements with employees before the labour authorities, social security and immigration matters, among others.
Degree in Human Resources Management, Universidad de la Sabana, 2010
Labour Law Specialization, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, 2004
Law degree, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, 2002
Rankings and recognitions
- Chambers Latin America, Colombia 2015: Band 4: Labour & Employment
- Ms. Gandini has published an article on cybercrime in Colombia.
Memberships and activities
- Former lecturer on labour law at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Decree 683 of 2018 issued by the Ministry of Labor revoked Decree 583 of 2016 which ruled articles 63 of Law 1429 of 2010 and 74 of Law 1753 of 2015 regarding outsourcing and employment mediation and established guidelines for the inspection, surveillance and control on labor intermediation for all types of employment relationships, other than direct recruitment..
June 01, 2018
European organisations have been preparing for some time to comply with the European Union’s new data protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which applies to all organisations in the EU..
May 16, 2018
Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to announce that Isabella Gandini Garcia in the Bogotá office has been admitted to the partnership, effective March 1, 2015.
March 04, 2015