Gabriela Senatore advises clients on domestic and international employment and labor law matters. She is qualified to practice in Colorado and in Argentina and is a member of the International Law Specialty Group and Employment and Labor Specialty Group of the American Bar Association. Gabriela’s fluency in English, Spanish, and Italian and basic knowledge of French are significant assets in both the international and domestic components of her practice.
Gabriela represents and counsels employers and employees in a broad range of areas, including compliance, employment contracts, practices and policies, executive compensation, civil rights, and employer liability.
With both a Master of Laws ( LL.M.) in International Business Transactions and Juris Doctor (J.D.) from University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Gabriela is well-grounded in both United States and foreign law. She also completed law school in Argentina, receiving her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) with honors, before starting her practice there.
Before co-founding Hrenya Senatore LLP, Gabriela practiced law in Argentina for 16 years. During 12 of those years, she practiced at the preeminent law firm of Estudio Beccar Varela (EBV) in Buenos Aires, where she was a senior partner. EBV, which was founded in 1897, is one of the largest law firms in Argentina and serves a diversified client base that includes many large U.S.-based multinational corporations.
In her practice in Argentina, Gabriela represented domestic and foreign companies from diverse industries, including banking, airlines, pharmaceuticals, insurance, technology, telecommunications, cable, and satellite. Her work involved counseling clients and handling litigation that covered all aspects of employment, labor, and social security laws, such as negotiating collective bargaining agreements; resolving union and employment disputes; and serving as lead counsel on complex employment litigation cases, including a high-profile case involving termination of senior executives at a U.S. bank for fraud and misconduct.