Abdón Pedrajas Littler confirms new partner

Abdón Pedrajas Littler has promoted Ignacio González to its partnership

pjimage 2022 02 03T102841.330The Labour law firm Abdón Pedrajas Littler, has appointed Ignacio González (pictured) as partner. Until now, González was a senior associate of the firm, where he has developed his career as a labour lawyer since 2009.

González has 13 years of professional experience in regularly advising on contentious and non-contentious matters to national and multinational companies from various sectors of activity. Throughout his career, he has acquired extensive experience in the design and implementation of labour aspects in company or business unit transfer operations, collective dismissals, negotiation of collective agreements, collective files for substantial modification of working conditions, strikes and in all kinds of individual procedures.

Additionally, he has extensive experience in labour litigation, having assumed the legal direction in hundreds of legal proceedings in all instances, including the National High Court and the Supreme Court.

With a degree in European Community Law and Labour Law from the Complutense University of Madrid and a Master’s degree in Labour Legal Advice (Centro de Estudios Garrigues), González’s promotion strengthens the firm in a stage of growth, after the alliance reached with Littler Mendelson, to be its exclusive partners in Spain, from January 1, 2021. Likewise, last November the firm landed in Portugal at the hands of DCM Lawyers, a boutique specialised in Labor Law, as well as in Data Protection and Intellectual Law related to labour organisations.

“Ignacio’s appointment is part of our firm commitment to the talent and professional projection of our lawyers who have developed extensive specialisation and have shown a high commitment to the firm. The promotion will allow us to continue strengthening our services in the national and international market in this stage of growth,” said Antonio Pedrajas, managing partner of Abdón Pedrajas Littler.

Michael Heron