Pinsent Masons enhances Madrid offering with appointment of employment partner Samuel Gonzalez

11 May 2021 | 09:44 am | 1 min. read

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has widened its offering in Madrid through the appointment of employment partner Samuel Gonzalez, who will develop and lead the employment law team there.

Joining from BDO, where he managed the employment practice, Samuel has over 16 years’ experience as an employment lawyer. He also spent five years running his own international employment law firm.

Working closely with the international employment team, Samuel will predominantly focus on clients across the firm's global Technology Science & Industry and Energy sectors, where he will support them in their employment law requirements, both from an advisory and disputes perspective.

Diego Lozano, Managing Partner of Pinsent Masons' Madrid office, commented:

"We are delighted with the addition of Samuel and the expansion of our offering to the employment law practice in Spain. Samuel adds value to Pinsent Masons' overall proposition to its clients, thanks to his extensive experience in providing employment advice within multinational environments and a proven ability to build and lead teams. His incorporation reinforces our commitment to the growth of the Madrid office, covering all the needs of the Spanish market."

Linda Jones, head of employment and reward at Pinsent Masons said:

"Samuel brings with him an international oriented approach to employment work and a proven capacity to understand the needs of his clients and successfully deliver for them. His appointment enhances our international employment team, enabling us to grow our offering in Madrid and throughout our European network."

Commenting on this appointment, Samuel González, said:
Pinsent Masons is the perfect platform to meet the needs of all clients, especially at a time like this where there are countless challenges and opportunities in labour and employment matters. I am excited to be joining a project with so many possibilities for practice development and which will allow me to work with a magnificent team of lawyers both in Spain and across the global network".

Samuel's appointment follows the recent appointment of transport and mobility expert Miguel Nieto as finance and projects partner in Madrid.

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