Belda Bordón, a legal boutique specialising in M&A, real estate transactions, financing and tax, is launching its new Civil and Economic Criminal Litigation area with the appointment of Pedro Javier Belda Calvo, magistrate on leave of absence, as counsel.
This appointment represents a clear strategic commitment by the firm to expand and strengthen its service offering, responding to the needs of its clients in civil, economic criminal and insolvency procedural matters.
Pedro Javier Belda Calvo is a magistrate on leave of absence, having worked in civil and criminal courts, and in the Provincial Court, with experience in Civil matters, Criminal investigation and with solid knowledge and experience in the areas of economic, Insolvency and Commercial Criminal Law.
Before joining the judiciary, Pedro practised as a lawyer in his own law firm, and headed the legal department of a national company in the construction sector for more than ten years. He holds a PhD in Law cum laude and a PhD in International Constitutional Law.
Pedro has been involved in a number of national and international cases in certain EU countries and South America.
In this way, Belda Bordón will advise national and international clients in the courts, placing at the head of his new department a lawyer with a solid professional career, guided by the values of excellence and commitment that characterise the firm.
“I join Belda Bordón with the enthusiasm and purpose of helping to position the firm as a benchmark in the sector in terms of quality and legal rigour, bringing to this new department what has always presided over my professional performance, both as a judge and as a lawyer: honesty, dedication and legal rigour, always seeking excellence,” said Pedro Javier Belda Calvo.