The COVID- 19 health crisis has led to delays in the Spanish courts due to its paralysation during the State of Alarm. In the coming months, the Administration of Justice should adapt to the new normality and anticipate a possible increase in litigation and insolvency proceedings, mainly from 2021.
Archive for month: December, 2020
Pre-insolvency is a procedure defined in Article 5 of the Insolvency Law in Spain as a final extension for the company to redirect its financial/economic situation.
As a Spanish and Business student considering a career in law, I chose to apply to Mariscal & Abogados to gain an insight into working for an international law firm, and the experience was exceptional. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, my experience with the firm took place virtually. However, this did not limit the experience whatsoever. […]
Christmas hampers are not regarded, per se, as a vested right of workers. However, the specific circumstances of its regulation in each company need to be analysed case by case.
Electronic money institutions must be authorized by the Banco de España and follow the regulations of Law 21/2011 of 26 July on electronic money and Royal Decree 778/2012 of 4 May on the legal framework for electronic money institutions.
The objective of permanence agreements in companies linked to financed training is twofold: to promote a greater degree of specialization of the employees and to ensure the recovery of the expenditure. However, agreements must observe some legal requirements to be valid.
One of the advantages of the pre-insolvency proceedings is that it stops the execution of judicial enforcement of properties and rights so that the company can continue with its professional activity.