Director partner of SUE ABOGADOS
Law Degree. Extraordinary end of degree award. Valencian Generalitat Academic Performance Award.
Listed by legal directory “Best Lawyers” under the “Insolvency and Reorganization Law” area for Spain, since 2009 onwards. Has also been named “Lawyer of the Year” in the same practice area in 2014 and 2017. Has also been included under the “Corporate and M&A” and “European Union” legal practice areas since 2015.
Outstanding Lawyer in the editions of 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 (these last two years in Band 4) of the international directory IFLR1000, in the areas of Restructuring and Insolvency.
Selected by the publication Chambers and Partners Europe since 2010 in the area of Restructuring and Insolvency, highlighted in the 2016 edition by including only Antonia Magdaleno in band 1, making her the best professional amongst all bankruptcy administrators in Spain. In its 2018 edition, Chamber and Partners Europe highlights how Antonia Magdaleno has become a “highly regarded” insolvency practitioner, as well as “very much appreciated for her decisive role in several of Spain’s most renowned insolvency proceedings.
Selected by the Legal 500 international directory in the editions of 2013, 2014 and 2015 in the area of Restructuring and Insolvency and in the 2014 edition in the Dispute Resolution area.
Partner and director of the Litigation and Bankruptcy Law Department of a national firm between 1999 and 2011.
Teacher in the Litigation Law Department of the Faculty at Law of the University of Valencia between 2007 and 2013.
Teacher of Bankruptcy Law at the International University of Andalusia, the Jaime I University of Castellón and the Catholic University of Valencia.
Arbitrator and Chair of the Committee of Arbitrators, experts in commercial and corporate arbitration of the European Arbitration Association.
She is Arbitrator of the Spanish Court of Arbitration, of the Court of Arbitration of the Madrid Bar Association, of the Arbitral Tribunal of the Bar Association of Valencia, of the Arbitral Tribunal of Barcelona, of the respective Arbitration Courts of the Official Chambers of Commerce of Madrid and Valencia and of the Basque Court of Arbitration, Galicia Arbitral Tribunal and Arbitration Court of Granada.
Member of the Spanish Arbitration Club.
Bankruptcy administrator appointed by different commercial courts in Spain (Valencia, Alicante, Castellón, Bilbao, Coruña, Vigo and Madrid). As such, she has participated in leading bankruptcies such as Llanera, Urazca, Martinsa, Viajes Marsans, Supermercados Madrid and Grupo Industrial Hierros Sopena, as well as being designated in the Ferisa Aisa bankruptcy, appointed by the CNMV.
Mediator in civil, commercial and bankruptcy matters.
She has published numerous articles and studies in different media and publications such as Insolvency Law Yearbook, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law Review, Iberian Lawyer and La Tribuna del Derecho, among others.
She has collaborated on different articles in the following works and manuals: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2018 chapter at the International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) 12th Edition, “The Spanish Constitution of 1978 after its thirtieth anniversary” (Tirant lo Blanch 2010), “On the Soul of the Gown” (Tirant lo Blanch 2010), “Real Estate Crisis and Bankruptcy Law “(Aranzadi 2009),” The Early Liquidation “(Aranzadi 2009), “Practical Commentary to the Law of Unfair Competition “(Tecnos 2009),”Terminological Dictionary of International, National Arbitration and International Commercial and Investment Arbitration “, published by the Mario Castillo Freyre Study of Peru, in a volume that will be part of the Library of Arbitration’s Collection, co-author of the book “Litigation Aspects of Bankruptcy Practice” (ed. Bosch 2015) and Chapter VI-2 of “The Accountability of the Bankruptcy Administration” in the work “The Bankruptcy Administration”, (ed. Aranzadi 2016).