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 & […]
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The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled in a February 22, 2018 decision (Case C-103/16) that the Spanish legislation allowing for the inclusion of pregnant women in an ERE (Expediente de Regulación de Empleo or collective dismissal) is in line with Directive 92/85.
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.
The new legislation extends the protection of the business secrets to the so-called “infringing goods”. This refers to those products and services whose design, characteristics, functioning, production process or marketing significantly benefit from business secrets unlawfully disclosed, exploited or acquired.
I spent 3 months interning at Mariscal & Abogados from June to August, and I am currently entering my third year at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island where I double concentrate in English Literature and Latin America and the Caribbean Studies. I was fortunate enough to receive the LINK Summer Internship Award from my […]
The Supreme Court, in its February 26th, 2018 decision, decided on the controversial question of the salary of administrators and its control on part of the partners. The ruling goes against the position of the General Directorate of Registries and Notaries (GDRN) and the majority doctrine.
In Spain, in order to calculate the severance pay of the dismissed worker who has experienced a forced absence, we must consult article 56.1ª) of E.T. The term of suspension can not be taken into account for the purposes of calculating the worker’s indemnity when he or she has been on forced leave.
As a legal trainee I had a great opportunity working at Mariscal & Abogados during the summer 2018. Working in this internationally-focused law firm in Madrid was a rewarding experience and a worthwhile one for a fourth-year law student from Finland. It gave me a glimpse of a truly international working environment. Before coming to Madrid, […]
In Spain, Article 52 d) of the Workers’ Statute contemplates the termination of a contract as an objective dismissal based on absences from work, regardless of whether such absences can be justified.