Marta has pursued her professional career at Garrigues since 1997, starting out at the Alicante office before moving on one year later to develop the litigation practice at the Murcia office, where she heads up the litigation practice area.
She specializes in corporate procedures and contractual disputes, as well as leading restructuring and insolvency proceedings.
She has acted as legal counsel in corporate dispute proceedings (challenging corporate resolutions, termination of pooling arrangements, compliance with side agreements, etc.) at family businesses in the farming, livestock, confection and footwear industries.
Elsewhere, she advises on insolvencies at companies in industries as diverse as construction and real estate development, fish farming and agriculture.
She has taught classes on the liability of directors at insolvent companies as part of the Master’s Degree in Legal Counseling at FUNDESEM in Alicante.
She has spoken at various conferences staged by the Cartagena Chamber of Commerce on the liability of directors under insolvency proceedings, as well as on insolvency-related matters at the Murcia Chamber of Commerce.
She has taken part in joint seminars with other institutions, including private banks and consultancies, on managing nonpayment.
Marta is a member of the Murcia Bar Association.
Degree in Law from Universidad de Murcia.
Marta has co-authored collective works, on the subject of insolvency and general litigation:
Business Crises and Insolvency: Legal Comments” (Editorial Aranzadi, first edition 2010)
Contribution to “Litigation Yearbook for Lawyers, 2011” Editorial La Ley
She has also penned numerous articles for regional media outlets.