Eva´s team provide day to day advice on employment issues to a large number of international clients from the US, Europe and India amongst others, dealing with their Spanish operations and cooperating with local and regional HR managers.
She has extensive experience in advising local and international clients on all employment-related aspects of the digitalisation process, data protection, international posting of employees, teleworking, flexible working patterns as well as outsourcing and insourcing operations, incentive schemes, employment audits, and defending companies in all kinds of labour disputes.
She also cooperates with local and international M&A lawyers in harmonising working conditions after company acquisitions and restructuring, as well as designing and implementing labour incentive structures to retain key management (especially in sectors where continuity of management and R+D personnel is a key driver).
Educated at the University of Barcelona, she graduated with a Law degree in 1993, and then as a postgraduate in tax from ESADE business school in 1995 (Programa de Asesoría y Gestión Tributaria).
Eva started her employment law practice in 2004 -after a previous experience of more than 10 years in tax, social prevision and pension plans-, aimed to deal with HR problems from a multidisciplinary point of view and provide global solutions to HR managers. She joined Osborne Clarke in 2009 and she was appointed as Partner in 2013.
Eva is a member of the Granollers (Barcelona) Bar Association, the International Bar Association and the Spanish Association of HR Managers (AEDIPE).
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