The hires come just weeks after it took over niche Spanish labour law firm Pagonabarraga.
Former Aceralia head of legal Francisco Pérez-Crespo Payá has been appointed to work in corporate and litigation. Paya is also an abogado del Estado (a Spanish state lawyer). Payá was previously a government lawyer specialising in tax administration.
Javier Aparicio, another abogado del Estado will head up the firm's specialist data protection consultancy within its new technologies practice.
No longer the ugly duckling, management buyouts are proving their worth. Kenneth Shand investigates recent trends In the UK, management buyouts (MBOs) were once regarded as transactions of last resort – the ugly duckling of corporate finance. Very often, the vendor would contemplate a sale to management only if the business proved unsaleable to anyone […]