Broseta lands partner duo and associate from PwC

Broseta has reinforced its Madrid office Labour area with the hiring of Marta Alamán, who will lead the area, and Alberto Fernández Irízar both as partners, along with associate Borja Herrero


In line with the firm’s strategic objectives, which envisage a scenario of continued growth over the coming years under the premises of profitability, sustainability and shared values, Broseta has incorporated partners Marta Alamán and Alberto Fernández Irízar into the Madrid office Labour team.

Marta Alamán (pictured top right), who will take over the management of the Madrid office area, has a degree in Law from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Prior to joining Broseta, she worked for almost 30 years at PwC, where she was responsible for the creation and management of the Employment Law department. She Aldo led the organisation’s international Employment Law network, a group of 600 Employment Law experts in ninety countries.

She has extensive experience in the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and working day regulations, business Restructuring and Corporate operations, advice to executive directors and senior management, strategic advice on management models in companies and the preparation of diagnoses and equality plans, among others. She is also regularly recognised in international directories.

Alberto Fernández Irízar (pictured bottom right), who also joins the Madrid team as a partner, has a degree in Law and is a Legal Advisor to Companies from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE), and holds as well a Master’s degree in Legal Consultancy and PDD. He has been part of the PwC Employment Law team for more than ten years, with additional international experience in firms such as Eversheds Sutherland. Alberto specialises in providing comprehensive Labour and Social Security advice to companies, as well as in Labour relations, and also has experience in Labour Litigation at all levels before Labour courts.

For Rosa Vidal (pictured left), managing partner of Broseta: “These additions consolidate and increase the relevance of the Broseta brand in the field of Employment Law, and represent an extraordinary boost for the firm in this practice at an absolutely transcendental time for organisations in this area. With Marta and Alberto in the team, we are strengthening our value proposition to the client based on excellence, multidisciplinarity and the national and international dimension of our advice.”

Alongside Marta and Alberto, Borja Herrero, a Labour lawyer with experience in firms such as PwC and BDO, and in companies such as Isolux Corsan, has also joined the area as an associate.
With these additions, Broseta now has a team of 150 lawyers in Spain and Portugal, 33 of whom are partners, providing services in the main areas of Business Law.


Desire Vidal