Tania Ávila Morfín is a partner in the Labor & Employment Area at ECIJA Mexico. With over 20 years of experience, her expertise encompasses corporate restructuring, social security litigation, and close collaboration with federal authorities and judicial courts. She has been a key participant as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Business Coordinating Council in Mexico, influencing reforms to the Social Security Law regarding subcontracting.
Tania has advised numerous national and international clients, particularly in the health, food, automotive, logistics, and hospitality industries, among others, implementing strategies for corporate restructuring and cost optimization in benefit schemes and compensation plans. Ávila excels in administrative and judicial processes in social security, specializing in employee transfers, compliance investigations, as well as labor strategies for subcontracting. Among her notable achievements is obtaining favorable rulings in high-profile cases, successful strategies for employer substitutions, and leadership in due diligence for transnational companies.
She is the author of several articles in publications such as RH Magazine and is a respected voice in Mexican media. Throughout her professional career, she has worked for Baker & McKenzie and Littler, De la Vega, and Conde, among others, leading initiatives in her areas of specialization.
She obtained her Law Degree and Postgraduate Degree in Tax Law from the Technological University of Mexico, in addition to a Diploma in Tax Law from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.
She speaks English and Spanish.