Entries by Mariscal Abogados

The German Stockmeier group acquires the international chemical division of Indukern

The German Stockmeier Group, based in Bielefeld (Germany), specialises in the production and supply of chemical products in Europe. With 1,300 workers, 23 locations in Germany and 40 worldwide, the multinational produces and markets 26,000 products. In its strategy for expansion within Europe, the group carried out the acquisition of the Sentmenat (Barcelona) production plant […]

Karl H. Lincke, expert lawyer in Information Technology

For the fourth consecutive year, Karl H. Lincke has received the Award as the leading lawyer in Information Technology in Spain. Karl H. Lincke, Lawyer and Rechtsanwalt, is partner of Mariscal & Abogados, and head of the German desk, which advises German speaking clients with interests in Spain. Mr. Lincke is currently vice president of […]

Daniel Boden, September 2018 – January 2019

I spent four valuable months working at Mariscal & Abogados in Madrid as part of my year abroad from the University of Nottingham where I study Hispanic Studies. I am very interested in pursuing a career in commercial law and, as such, wanted to spend time working in an international law firm – Mariscal & […]

Anna Árkovits, July 2018 – January 2019

In 2017, I spent four months as an intern at Mariscal & Abogados, and after receiving my title as a ‘juris-doctor’ in Budapest, I decided to continue my higher education starting a master’s degree specialized in Compliance in Madrid. After making this decision, I had no doubt that I would love to go back to […]

Ines Alexandre, September 2018- January 2019

As part of my Hispanic Studies degree, I spent the first five months of my year abroad working at Mariscal & Abogados. Through this internship I hoped to develop and improve my linguistic abilities as well as explore the prospect of pursuing a legal career by gaining some practical experience in the sector. During my […]

GDPR Checklist

The breach of the new regulation can give rise to sanctions of up to 20 million euros or 4% of the total global business volume of a company. It would also mean a serious reputational damage for the company.