DLA Piper has promoted three lawyers in its Madrid office to partner: Enrique Chamorro, Paula González de Castejón, and Joaquín Hervada (all pictured, left to right).
Paula González de Castejón, who specialises in intellectual property and data protection, joined DLA Piper in 2006. She previously worked for Squire Patton Boggs.
Joaquín Hervada, who specialises in competition law, joined DLA Piper in 2012. He previously worked for Slaughter and May in London, and Uría Menéndez in Madrid.
Enrique Chamorro joined DLA Piper in 2007 after time spent working for firms such as EY in Madrid and Prague, and Hammonds (now Squire Patton Boggs), in Madrid and London. Chamorro specialises in corporate law.
The three promotions in Madrid were among 77 partner promotions made by DLA Piper across its global offices.
Pilar Menor, managing partner of DLA Piper in Spain, said: “These appointments demonstrate our continued commitment to developing the talent of our professionals, and recognising their potential as a key part of the firm’s global strategy.”