RCD has opened a new office in Andalusia, in Córdoba, which will be the firm’s fifth in Spain. The move is part of the firm’s growth strategy and demonstrates the firm’s aim to expand in the region, where it already has an office in Seville and plans to continue growing, specifically in Malaga.
The new office will be located in the centre of Córdoba, at Bulevar de Gran Capitán, 2. The new office will include the incorporation of two new partners to the firm: Juan Pedro Dueñas and Miguel Espinosa.
“Our commitment to Andalusia has always been linked to growth, as reflected in the opening of this second office. Our will to maintain a physical presence in the south of Spain in order to be closer to our clients has been reinforced, and the knowledge of the market that our presence in Seville has given us thus far has allowed us to make a firm commitment to continue growing in Andalusia”, commented Adolf Rousaud, co-managing partner of RCD.
“We are very pleased to continue attracting the most talented professionals and to have Juan Pedro and Miguel join the business, both of whom have extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of the Andalusian market, which will allow us to strengthen our value proposition and continue to grow”, added Ignasi Costas co-managing partner of RCD.
The opening of a new office in Andalusia further bolsters the growth of RCD, which had been consolidated following the opening of the Seville office in March 2022, and the recent change of location of the Valencia office. This move will allow the firm to keep on the path of growth with the aim of continuing its expansion, which it has not abandoned since its creation.
Juan Pedro Dueñas is specialised in Corporate & Commercial Law and has extensive experience in the areas of Company Law, M&A, Restructuring and Insolvency, and in the Energy industry. He holds a law degree from the University of Córdoba and is an honorary professor in the Department of Commercial Law at the same university. He is also secretary and advisor of the Board of Directors of several companies in the renewable energy industry and is recognised by the most prestigious international legal directories such as Chambers and Partners and Best Lawyers.
Miguel Espinosa is specialised in labour law with extensive experience in corporate reorganisation and restructuring processes, collective bargaining and disputes, labour litigation, and labour and social security inspections. Miguel is a graduate in Law, honorary professor of the Economic Criminal Law Area and a Labour Law, Criminal Law, and Restructuring and Insolvency Researcher at the University of Córdoba.