Arbitration continues to be one of the best forms of alternative dispute resolution to avoid or overcome the disadvantages that arise from the Public Administration of Justice. The growing internationalization of trade relations makes it a very attractive option given its characteristics of speed and accessibility. The new Law 11/2011, of May 20, amending Law […]
Litigation and Arbitration enable the resolution of controversies and disputes before having to go before a Spanish court or initiating a proceeding before national or international arbitration courts. These preventive proceedings and the pre-dispute strategies enable you to prevent future liabilities. Other alternative conflict resolution methods are mediation and conciliation.
Private international law governs the international elements in matters of private law, i.e. family law, law of contract. It also determines whether and under what conditions a judgment rendered by a foreign court will be recognized and enforced by a national court. In Spain foreign judgments are recognized based on bilateral or multilateral treaties or […]
Spanish Government has approved the remission of the law project to reform the arbitration Law and the regulation of the institutional arbitration of General Administration of the State of 2003, to the legislative entity power. This Law Project is accompanied by another one about the complementary Organic law, which modifies the Organic Law of the […]
The Law establishing measures to fight against late payments in commercial transactions (3/2004 Law of December 29th) represents the culmination of a legislative process developed with the purpose of adapting the Spanish legislation to the content of the 2000/35/EC Directive and drastically reducing the payment terms in the commercial field. This communitarian Directive, approved by the […]
We are currently in an economic stage of globalization and the internationalization of trade relations. Within this period, the increasing complexity of transactions and the current economic crisis are contributing factors to a greater proliferation of international commercial disputes. At the same time, the presence of international organizations has increased and been legitimized by the […]
Asset seizure, or attachment, is a process that enables creditors to collect from delinquent debtors by looking to their assets, including property, goods, and/or earnings. There are two principal types of attachment: attachment in aid of execution and preventive (or precautionary or future) attachment. The first occurs when a judgment declaring pecuniary debt has already […]