Thursday, 14 October 2021 13:24

MAIO Legal adds four lawyers to its Zaragoza office

MAIO Legal has reinforced its Zaragoza office´s offer with the incorporation of Elena Martín Ballestín and Paula Jiménez (Labour), Francisco Lamuela (Criminal Law) and Andrea Tirado (Corporate/Commercial and Compliance)

Elena Martín Ballestín (pictured bottom right) specialises in Labour and Social Security Law, an area she will lead in the Zaragoza office. She is a Law graduate from the Universidad de Zaragoza and a member of the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM). Elena has more than nine years of professional practice acquired in different national law firms. She is accustomed to defending clients in Legal proceedings and before the Labour and Social Security Inspectorate and also has extensive experience and specialised training in Labour Law consultancy.

Francisco Lamuela (pictured top right), with more than ten years of experience in Civil and Criminal courts, specialises in Criminal Law and Civil procedure. He has a degree in Law from the University of Zaragoza and is a member of the Zaragoza Bar Association (ReICAZ). He also has several postgraduate courses in Mediation and Technology Law, as well as an MBA from Columbus International Business School.

Paula Jiménez (pictured top left) joins the firm to deal with Labour and Social Security Management. She has extensive experience in Labour management in various firms and human resources departments of companies. She holds a Diploma in Labour Relations from the Universidad de Zaragoza, and a Master's degree in Human Resources and a Postgraduate degree in Social and Labour practice from the same university. Besides, she is a member of the Official Association of Social Graduates of Aragón.

Andrea Tirado (pictured top left) specialises in Industrial and Intellectual Property, Data Protection, Electronic Contracting and New Technologies, and joins the firm to strengthen the Commercial and Corporate and Compliance areas of the Zaragoza office. He holds a double degree in Law and Business Administration from the Universidad de Zaragoza and a Master's degree in Law and in New Technologies Law from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Ramón Babé (pictured centre), partner and director of MAIO Legal, stated: "With these additions we are expanding our offer in Zaragoza, reinforcing two areas of Law that are key and strategic for our firm. In addition, we continue our commitment to accompany our clients and incorporate experienced professionals who want to develop their areas of expertise in an international project.”

MAIO Legal landed in Zaragoza in March 2021, with the integration of Echávarri & Asociados.

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