Our corporate lawyers counsel associations and companies in all legal and commercial aspects. From the foundation of a company, to corporate restructuring measures, up to liquidation of the entities.
Therefore, a corporate lawyer has to deal, among other legal matter, with the choice of the legal form of the entity according to the business of the entrepreneurs, the drafting of the articles of association, the internal regulations and the shareholders’ agreements.
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Corporate Law regulates and organizes the operation of companies, that is, their business activity. Since companies have a great number of different activities, Corporate Law involves several branches of law such as: corporate law, civil law, economic criminal law, administrative law, tax law, technology law, intellectual property, amongst others.
When we speak of Labor Law, we refer to a series of legal rules that regulate the relationship between workers and employers. Its purpose is to create a framework of mutual rights and obligations, by combining the protection of the employee’s rights with the organizational powers of the business activity. It also establishes measures of internal and external flexibility which allows the company to adapt to the changes that occur in its production process or in the market in which it offers its products or services.
A litigation reveals the existence of a legal dispute between two parties, natural or legal persons, arising from an incompatibility of interests between them. This disagreement or dispute gives rise to the intervention of the Courts of Justice, which resolve it through legal proceedings and involve the intervention of lawyers. Thus, when two opposing parties have not been able to reach an agreement on a specific matter, they reach a litigation seeking a legal resolution.
The European Union has its own legal framework, which is independent of international law. The EU law has a direct or indirect effect on the laws of all its member states and becomes part of the legal system of each member state. The European Union in itself is a legal authority.
In a broad sense, banking law is the set of all the legal, regulatory and administrative norms that regulate banking activities, considering as such those of banks and those entities of the financial sector that have been assimilated to banks for the purpose of subjecting them to the same regulatory norms.
Insolvency Law regulates both the judicial procedure of the insolvency of creditors in court, as well as instruments that seek to solve that the debtor, company or individual, can avoid being forced to go to court, through out-of-court payment agreements or refinancing agreements and facilitate solving the problems of financial insolvency.
Family Law is the set of legal norms and institutions that regulate the personal and patrimonial relations of the members of a family, defined as a natural and social institution. This law is part of the Civil Law, which governs the main aspects of this specialization. It is completed with a series of specific laws established to adapt the social reality of the family.
Audiovisual Law is a new discipline in the Legal landscape that arose at the end of the 19th century and expanded in the 20th century as a result of the new technologies that were introduced, creating new realities, which led to the need to adapt it to the regulations in place.
Nautical law is understood as the area of law that regulates the legal relationships related to recreational boating and the nautical industry, applying national or international regulations according to the needs of each case. In a more extensive way, nautical law covers all issues that may arise in Maritime Law, Transport, Nautical Law and Transport and Nautical Insurance.
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