Any shareholder holding a certain percentage of the company (5 % in the case of limited liability companies, and 1 % in the case of public limited companies, unless statutory provisions have reduced these percentages) is entitled to require the administrators to have a notary present to record the minutes of the general meeting.
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On June 17, Mariscal & Abogados participated in the debate of Revista Médica regarding religious freedom in consultation in Spain. The debate on this occasion addressed the regulation of religious freedom in consultation, focusing on the use of the veil in the health field, both for health professionals and patients. The debate was attended by […]
The Law of Capital Companies in Spain establishes that administrators are responsible for depositing the annual accounts. Failing to do this may result in the imposition of sanctions on the company and the closing of its registry, which would prevent registration of the company’s acts and documents.
Interning at Mariscal & Abogados has allowed me to experience 10 weeks of valuable experience and to explore the possibility of pursuing a legal career by gaining some practical experience. Whilst my degree in International relations and Spanish meant I had linguistic knowledge for the position, I was going into the firm with very little […]
I spent three months at Mariscal Abogados as a follow-up on my semester abroad at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Coming here, my objective was to deepen my knowledge of Spanish and International Law and obtain a more practical view of the legal procedures in Spain. I chose Mariscal & Abogados based on the firm’s […]
Ana Gómez holds a degree in Law from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, a Master in Business Law from the Centro de Estudios Garrigues. She is member of the Madrid Bar Association since 1999. Ana has been partner and director of the labour law departments of prestigious law firms and has specialized in providing legal […]
The procurador profession is specific to Spain and remains essential for the development and simplification of the judicial procedures in the country. Despite this character has been continuously questioned, their role is fundamental to facilitates the communication between the clients and the court.
Among the advantages of converting from an autonomous worker to a limited company includes professional commercial image, limited liability, easy access to banking finances and lower taxes when the benefits are high.
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 […]
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 […]