There are different reasons why a company can be subject to a tax inspection: excessive VAT refunds, discrepancies between quarterly and annual models (…), or commonly for random reasons.
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As a French and Spanish student on a year abroad from University College London, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Mariscal & Abogados and would recommend the firm to any Spanish-speaking student looking for legal experience. Despite the barriers to the in-person working set up by the coronavirus pandemic, the firm was quick to […]
Royal Decree 960/2020 in Spain approves the new economic regime for renewable energies for electricity production facilities. It will be granted through an auction system and regulated by ministerial order.
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. […]
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.
Determining the ideal contract for an EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) project has a direct effect on the risks and costs of the project and can condition the efficiency of the execution of the work.
The Royal Decree-law 23/2020 regulates new business models for participating in the electricity system in Spain so far not sufficiently ruled: storage, hybridization, aggregation, and renewable energy communities.
The crisis may drive companies into insolvency. In these cases, the management body must adopt the fairest solution for all creditors, with the purpose to resolve the critical situation of the company. Pre-insolvency may be an alternative.
Royal Decree-Law 23/2020 approves energy measures for economic recovery after the COVID-19 crisis and represents a boost for renewable energies (RES-E) and the energy transition in Spain.