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Luis Vinatea

Partner of the firm, specializing in labor, regulatory and public law matters.

He has extensive experience in dispute resolution and the design of legal, judicial and arbitration strategies. He has advised many companies in Perú and has led the defense of relevant cases both in various regulated sectors and in the workplace.

He has been a member of the Technical Commission in charge of analyzing and reviewing the implementation of Law 29497 (New Labor Procedure Law) (2017).

He has been a university professor since 1991 and has served as managing partner in all the firms of which he has been a partner. His professional work has always been a combination of advocacy, teaching, direction, and strategic advice.

Author of various academic articles and books, including the “Labor Guide” with Dr. Jorge Toyama, which is the best-selling labor book in the history of Perú.

Luis Vinatea
  • Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy – Tufts University (EEUU), Master in International Relations (2016)
  • Direction School of the University of Piura, High Direction Program (PAD) (2010)
  • University of Piura, Master in Business Management (MBA) (2000)
  • Labor Relations course SINEA, School of Verano Bolonia, Italy (1997)
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Bachelor’s Degree (1990) and Lawyer Title (1991)
Work Experience
  • Partner in Vinatea & Toyama (2019 – to date)
  • Partner in Miranda & Amado (2003 – 2019)
  • Partner in Vinatea & Toyama (2000 – 2002)
  • Partner in Laos, Aguilar, Celi & Vinatea (1991 – 2000)
  • Spanish
  • English
Memberships and Affiliations
  • Head Member of the Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Safety
  • Member of the Peruvian Society of Labor Law and Social Safety
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Ordinary Professor, Procedural Labor Law (1991 – to date)
  • University of Piura, Guest Professor, Labor Law (1994 – to date)
  • Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, Professor, Business School (2002)
  • Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, Professor, General Labor Law (2000)