Abdón Pedrajas Littler moves its headquarters in Madrid

Abdón Pedrajas Littler has left behind its traditional Madrid headquarters at Calle Jorge Juan 35, in the Recoletos district of the Salamanca district, to move to new offices at Paseo de la Castellana 89, in the heart of the financial and business district of AZCA.

The new headquarters will also allow the firm to continue its organic growth, which already has 15 partners and more than 50 professionals, following the incorporation of Juan Carlos Fernández-Aviles and Victoria Villanueva as partners in the Madrid and Valencia offices, respectively, in the last year.

Business district of AZCA

In this way, the change of location will allow Abdón Pedrajas Littler “to be located in one of the most dynamic areas and one of the main economic districts of the Spanish capital, home to some of the most important companies and businesses in the country”, according to a press release.

Antonio Pedrajas, managing partner of the firm, states that the decision, “responds to the desire to offer a more open, modern and functional working environment, which will allow more flexibility to our professionals, promoting efficiency and increasing the quality of our services”. And he adds that “it is part of the strategy of growth, development and international projection undertaken by the firm in recent years”.

Thus, this change of headquarters is in addition to the opening of the firm’s new office in the Valencian Community in April 2022, which opened its doors under the leadership of lawyer Javier Molina together with a team of six professionals, adding this strategic region to the offices that the firm has had for years in Madrid and Barcelona.

Abdón Pedrajas Littler alliance with DCM Lawyers

Furthermore, in addition to the offices in the three largest cities in Spain, the firm has a collaborative alliance in Portugal, with the boutique specialised in labour law DCM Lawyers, which allows the Spanish law firm to offer labour law advice throughout the Iberian Peninsula. This is in addition to the more than 120 offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia of Littler Global, the international structure of the US firm Littler Mendelson, the largest labour law firm in the world, of which the Spanish firm has been an exclusive partner in Spain since January 2021.

Julia Gil