Wednesday, 09 June 2021 22:52

Winners of Iberian Lawyer Labour Awards 2021 Spain announced

The winners of the Iberian Lawyer 2021 Labour Awards Spain were announced tonight during a gala night at the Four Seasons Madrid

Held every year, Iberian Lawyer’s Labour Awards honour Labour lawyers, as guardians of the rules of the game in the dynamics between work supply and demand, together with the human resources management operators of the companies, that constitute one of the founding components of the social framework of the system.

Iberian Lawyer Labour Awards is an initiative promoted by Iberian Legal Group, (iberianlawyer.com), with the purpose, among other things, of stimulating competitiveness among law firms and lawyers of Spain focused on the Labour practice area and recognising the excellence of the private practice lawyers and the firms.

The winners, selected by a prestigious jury, were announced tonight, during the gala night presented by LC Publishing Group owner and managing director Aldo Scaringella and Iberian Lawyer chief editor Desiré Vidal.

The winners are the following:

Lawyer of the Year

  •  Pilar Menor - DLA Piper

Law Firm of the Year

  • Sagardoy Abogados

Lawyer of the Year - Industrial/Trade Union Relations

  • Enrique Ceca Gómez – Ceca Magán Abogados

Law Firm of the Year - Industrial/Trade Union Relations

  • Eversheds Sutherland

Lawyer of the Year - Litigation

  • Ana Gómez Hernandez – Ceca Magán Abogados

Law Firm of the Year - Litigation

  • Pérez-Llorca

Lawyer of the Year - Non-Contentious/Advisory

  • Silvia Bauzá – Allen & Overy

Law Firm of the Year - Non-Contentious/Advisory

  • Dentons

Law Firm of the Year - Agency Relationship

  • Fieldfisher JAUSAS

Lawyer of the Year - Agency relationship

  • Soraya Muñoz - Grant Thornton

Law Firm of the Year - Top Management

  • Uría Menéndez

Lawyer of the Year - Top Management

  • MarÍa Royo Codesal - Ebiroy

Law Firm of the Year - Restructuring/Reorganisations

  • Bird & Bird

Lawyer of the Year - Restructuring/Reorganisations

  • Jacobo Martínez – Eversheds Sutherland

Law Firm of the Year - M&A and Employment-Related Issues

  • Allen & Overy

Lawyer of the Year - M&A and Employment-Related issues

  • Raúl Rojas – ECIJA

Law Firm of the Year - Social Security

  • DLA Piper

Lawyer of the Year - Social Security

  • Marta Alamán – Broseta

Lawyer of the Year - Public Sector Employment

  • Soraya Muñoz Carreras – Grant Thornton

Law Firm of the Year - Public Sector Employment

  • Sagardoy Abogados

Lawyer of the Year - Sports Law

  • Carlos Gil-Iglesias - King & Wood Mallesons

Law Firm of the Year - Sports Law

  • ECIJA

Lawyer of the Year - Criminal Employment Law

  • Sergio Ponce Rodríguez - Uría Menéndez

Law Firm of the Year - Criminal Employment Law

  • Pérez-Llorca

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