Balms Abogados also has a labour department, with lawyers who are specialised in labour law and who have extensive experience in advising companies and their management on labour matters, including those aspects related to social security, personnel planning, human resources, unfair competition, etc.

The main areas of practice within the department are:

  • Redundancies
  • Objective and disciplinary dismissals
  • Advice on Social Security matters
  • Collective bargaining
  • Recruitment; drawing up of employment and senior management contracts
  • Labour audits
  • Social conflict situations
  • Prevention of occupational hazards
  • Intervention before the labour courts at all stages of proceedings
Our specialists

Óscar Gómez Monasterio

Balms Marbella

Bachelor of Arts in Law, Universidad de Sevilla. Master in Legal Advice to Enterprises by ICADE, P. Universidad Comillas (Madrid).

Daniel Álvarez de Blas

Balms Madrid

Practicing lawyer since 1994, with broad experience in Private Law. He specialized in Labour Law, but throughout his career he has handled a variety of cases under different jurisdictions, which enabled him to get a global grasp of law useful for providing his clients with the adequate legal solutions...

Adrián Castro Gálvez

Balms Marbella

​Lawyer in exercise of the Procedural Department, skilled in the areas of Contentious-Administrative, Labour and Sports orientated Law. Collegiate number 7704 of the Bar Association of Granada.

Sofia Sanmartín

Balms Galicia

Degree in Law and CC.EE. , with the specialty of Private Law, by ICADE-Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, with the qualification of Outstanding.

Andrea Lago

Balms Galicia

Lawyer in the exercise of the Procedural Department, specialist in the áreas of Civil and Labor Procedural Law.

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