Electronic signature in the labor field

Can companies use an electronic signature in the labor field?

Community regulation and, by transposition, Spanish regulation, allow companies to use qualified electronic signatures as a fully effective and legally valid instrument for signing contracts and other employment documents.

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Branch or subsidiary in Spain?

Read the full article: Setting-up a branch vs. subsidiary in Spain This article is not considered as legal advice

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Procedures required for photovoltaic solar installations in Spain

The approval of the installation of a photovoltaic solar park in Spain involves a series of administrative and technical procedures. We analyse the most relevant steps to follow to carry out the project with success.

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What is the special tax on real estate of non-resident companies?

Non-resident companies that own real estate in Spain are subject to the non-resident income tax by means of a special tax payable on 31 December of each year and which must be paid in January of the following year.

Provisions on working hours and public holidays

Labour Law in Spain: provisions on working hours and public holidays

Companies that carry out business in Spain must comply with the applicable labour standards on working hours and public holidays. This includes compliance with minimum rest and maximum working hours as well as annual leave and public holiday regulations.

Representations and warranties insurance

Advantages and disadvantages of representations and warranties insurance

The contracting of representations and warranties insurance is an option that has been increasing during the last years in the framework of M&A operations. This is due to the great advantages it offers for both parties, although there are also some drawbacks that need to be kept in mind.

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Renewable energy: The contract for the transfer of surface rights

The installation of photovoltaic power stations (solar parks) or wind energy farms requires the formalisation of a contractual relationship between the developer and the owner of the designated land. Through its advantages, the contract for the transfer of surface rights has acquired great prominence over sale or rental contracts.

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Unsuccessful enforcement by the creditor as a basis for the necessary bankruptcy application

Unsuccessful enforcement by the creditor implies the existence of a title by which enforcement has been effected, without sequestration resulting in sufficient unencumbered assets for the payment of the outstanding credit.

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The 4 stages of due diligence

Read the full article: Terms and phases of the due diligence as part of a business transfer This article is not considered as legal advice

Ana Gómez participates at the ELA’s International Committee

On Tuesday 24th September 2019, Ana Gómez, responsible for Labour law at Mariscal & Abogados, participated at the Sixth Transatlantic Conference supported by the ELA’s International Committee. ELA is an association integrated by more than 6,000 qualified employment lawyers in the U.K. In collaboration with the ABA International Labour & Employment Law Committee of the […]