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Cuatrecasas promotes seven to partner in Spain and Portugal, records €315m revenue

Cuatrecasas has appointed seven new partners. The Partners Meeting also approved the appointment of three new counsel in Spain

Cuatrecasas has appointed seven new partners, thus strengthening its market position. Lawyers Carlos Ara, Almudena Batista, Manuel Franco, Rosa Mª Gual, Paz Irazusta and Moisés Oller become partners in Spain and lawyer Rui Vaz Pereira in Portugal. The Partners Meeting also approved the appointment of three new counsel in Spain: Mª Carmen Arribillaga, Jorge Monclús and Carlos Ramírez.

The new partners are:

Carlos Ara | Litigation and Arbitration (Barcelona). Specialist in international Restructuring, both in refinancing agreements and court Insolvency proceedings. An expert in Spanish and EU Insolvency Law, he advises creditors, debtors, insolvency administrators, and acquirers of production units, in highly complex cases in practically all sectors.

Almudena Batista | Labor and Employment (Madrid). Specialist in Labour and Employment Law. She advises on court proceedings, due diligence processes, senior management, expatriation processes, hiring, contract terminations, collective dismissals and substantial changes in working conditions, complementary social security, gender equality, and social security. She also advises national and international companies in different industries on an ongoing basis.

Manuel Franco | Litigation and Arbitration (Madrid)
Specialist in international Arbitration and disputes relating to engineering and construction projects, the international sale of goods, insurance and reinsurance contracts, procurement and transportation. He advises on ad hoc and international arbitration and Dispute Adjudication Board procedures. He has participated in diverse multijurisdictional disputes.

Rosa Mª Gual | Litigation and Arbitration (Madrid)
Specialist in Insolvency procedures; business and Financial Restructuring processes; the buying and selling of business units, assets and debt, and the ownership of companies experiencing business crises. She also advises on dispute resolution in trading companies.

Paz Irazusta | Tax (Madrid)
Specialist in advising on Tax matters relating to acquisition transactions and company reorganization, the analysis and structuring of financial products, private equity and private banking. She also advises national and international companies in the financial sector, insurance companies, collective investment institutions, REITs, family offices, credit institutions, private equity companies, and private banking entities, on Tax matters.

Moisés Oller | Tax (Barcelona)
Specialist in Tax planning and advice for large business estates, participating in the restructuring and reorganization of many business group companies, as well as mergers and shareholdings. An expert in advising and defending clients in Tax inspections.

Rui Vaz Pereira | Labor and Employment (Lisbon)
Specialist in Labor Law and Labour Litigation, providing ongoing labour advice, mainly relating to hiring, salary conditions and incentives, disciplinary procedures, planning for startup companies, staff restructurings and company closures. An expert in Sports Law, in particular on the drafting and negotiation of employment sports contracts, sponsorship contracts and sports Litigation.

In the pictured, from left to right: Paz Irazusta, Rui Vaz Pereira, Moisés Oller, Almudena Batista, Carlos Ara, , Manuel Franco and Rosa Mª Gual, the news partners.

The newly promoted counsel are:

Mª Carmen Arribillaga | Corporate and Commercial (Madrid)
Specialist in Corporate Finance transactions, real estate assets, infrastructure, and project finance through syndicated or structured financing schemes. He also advises national and international companies and financial institutions on Debt Restructuring transactions.

Jorge Monclús | Corporate and Commercial (Barcelona)
Specialist in Data Protection, ecommerce, entertainment, intellectual property, life sciences and new technologies. He advises on many national and international contractual and litigation matters relating to technological agreements and the area of biotechnology and life sciences.

Carlos Ramírez | Tax (Barcelona)
Specialist in advising multinational, consolidated business groups on Tax matters. He advises on national and international corporate and wealth-management restructuring transactions. He also advises on M&A investment and disinvestment transactions, tax planning and contract negotiation.

Cuatrecasas recorded revenue of over €315 million in 2020, in line with the results achieved in 2019. The firm obtained a total consolidated revenue of €315.3 million, 0.3% below its historic record high of €316.4 million, and a 14.1% increase over the previous year. However, its ordinary revenue increased by 1.8% compared to 2019.

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