Marimón Abogados appoints two new partners

Marimón Abogados has reinforced its internal structure with the appointment of two new partners. They are Ira Gual, who is part of the labour law department in Barcelona, and Álvaro Gaviño, member of the commercial law team in Madrid.

With these appointments, Marimón Abogados now has 23 partners, 8 of whom are women, and confirms its commitment to the promotion of young internal talent.

Ira Gual – Barcelona

Ira Gual is an expert in Labor Law and joined the firm in Barcelona in May 2014, after having spent two years at Lúquez Asociados. Since then, she has worked alongside the partner of the Labor Law department in Barcelona, José María Lamarca. Within this field, he provides ongoing legal advice to clients and has extensive experience in contentious proceedings, corporate restructuring and collective bargaining.

He has participated in numerous processes of international mobility of workers, “which has allowed him to expand his knowledge in the area of immigration, an area that is gradually joining the Labor Law in an increasingly globalized labor environment and in which the elements of internationality are gaining presence” comment from the office.

Ira Gual has a degree in Law and a Master’s Degree in Labor Law from ESADE University, and has also completed a specialization course in Human Resources. Structure and organization of the Personnel and HR Department, given by the Barcelona Bar Association.

Álvaro Gaviño – Madrid

For his part, Álvaro Gaviño, after previously working at Garrigues (the firm where he began his professional career) and KPMG Abogados, joined Marimón Abogados in Madrid in May 2018 to form part of the Commercial Law department and work, mainly, alongside partner Begoña Redón.

She is a specialist in the areas of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and venture capital transactions, and has recurrently advised national and international private equity funds, as well as industrial and private investors. His professional practice includes experience in providing legal advice to companies in the areas of commercial and corporate law, as well as in matters of contract law and corporate governance.

He has also been involved in numerous corporate and asset restructuring processes related to succession planning in family-owned companies. He has also acted as secretary to the Board of Directors of numerous companies and groups of companies, and acts as legal advisor to several Boards of Directors.

Alvaro Gaviño holds a Law Degree from the University of Seville, specializing in Private Law, and a Master’s Degree in Corporate Legal Consultancy from the Instituto de Estudios Cajasol (Seville), where he was number one in his class. She also completed the Executive Master’s Degree in Business Law at Centro de Estudios Garrigues, in collaboration with Harvard Law School.

Julia Gil