Berta joined Osborne Clarke in March 2017 and specialises in employment law and social security matters.
She obtained her degree at Carlos III University of Madrid, graduating in Law in 2016. In 2018, she obtained a Double Master in Business Law and Legal Practice from University of Navarra (Madrid).
Berta is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
The High Court of Justice of Catalonia raises the compensation for unfair dismissal
The High Court of Justice recognizes for the first time a higher compensation than that legally established for unfair dismissal...
The High Court of Justice of Madrid declares null and void a dismissal on grounds of age
What's new in the Startup Law in labour matters?
Main keys and requirements of the new visa for "digital nomads"
Spain's Constitutional Court gives new ruling on the use of CCTV cameras
The appeal judgment considered security cameras evidence valid to justify a disciplinary dismissal.
The Spanish Constitutional Court rules on gender identity
The Spanish Constitutional Court analyses possible discrimination on grounds of gender identity, on the occasion of the dismissal of a...
Dismissal of employees in a situation of sickness: new features introduced by the Integral Law for equal treatment and non-discrimination
The entry into force of Law 15/2022, of 12 July, on equal treatment and non-discrimination, expressly introduces illness as a...
Temporary contracts after the labor reform: new contractual modalities
The recently approved labor reform has introduced numerous changes in labor hiring that companies will be obliged to introduce as...
Specification of the length of the probationary period as a requirement for its effectiveness
The probationary period agreed in the employment contracts must be expressly stated in writing, and an agreement that refers to...
The main keys to the Spanish labour reform
After a long and complex period of negotiations between labour unions, employers, and the Ministry of Labour of the Spanish...
The "working time" during periods of on-call time outside the workplace
The management power of the employer and the return to on-site work
The health crisis caused by Covid-19 has forced the companies to introduce remote working as a preferred way to work...