Wednesday, 13 October 2021 09:45

Ceca Magán launches in Seville and Las Palmas

Ceca Magán Abogados has announced the opening of the firm´s new offices in Seville and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, effective October 7

The firm led by Esteban Ceca is committed to entering these markets by offering its Legal services, initially focusing on Labour Law and Litigation practices.

The opening of the new office in Seville will be managed by Javier Reyes, manager of the Labour area, with the support and backing received from the Madrid office, where he has been developing his professional career until now. Javier, born in Seville, has more than ten years of experience and has been recognised as a Rising Star 2020 by Iberian Lawyers.

The office in La Palmas de Gran Canaria is already part of a consolidated team as a result of the integration of the local firm Reyes y Machado. Led by Francisco Reyes and Victor Machado, the firm currently has a team of four lawyers specialising in Labour and Litigation.

Seville is the first office of Ceca Magán Abogados in the Andalusian region and responds to the increased demand for Legal services that the firm has had in the area in recent months. It will also serve as a strategic point to extend its coverage to the rest of southern Spain. The office is located in the centre of the Andalusian capital, specifically in Plaza San Francisco.

The Las Palmas de Gran Canaria office is located near the emblematic Triana neighbourhood, in the administrative heart of the city, with easy parking and access from the Avenida Marítima.

Esteban Ceca, managing partner of Ceca Magán Abogados, stated: "Materialising an objective that we had set ourselves in 2019, and despite the complex months we have experienced, to be able to carry out a national expansion in the main provincial capitals, representative of relevant economic business centres in the country in the coming years.”

Both openings are also consistent with the firm's strong figures for last year, which closed with a turnover of €11.5m, representing a 29% growth compared to 2019.

In the picture, from left to right, Gustavo Pérez, managing partner of the firm´s Tenerife office, Esteban Ceca, Ceca Magán Abogados managing partner, Francisco Reyes, Las Palmas office Labour area office manager and Víctor Machado, LItigation & Arbitration manager of Las Palmas office.

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