Commercial Law / Bankruptcy Law
Commercial law and insolvency law are two of the most important legal areas for companies. Understanding these laws is crucial for any company that wants to stay ahead in a competitive market. Commercial law deals with everything that affects a company’s ability to conduct business, including contracts, taxation, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, and much more. On the other hand, bankruptcy law focuses on protecting creditors’ debtors and helping them to recover financially.
In this article we will examine in more detail the commercial law and bankruptcy law, analyzing how they interact with each other and their implications for companies.
Our firm has been contracted by major accounts for the preventive defense of their business. Our motto (“advocacia de proximitat”), aims to avoid, as far as possible, pathological situations in society, which sometimes become irreversible – or of high economic or human cost.
Intellectual and industrial property. Patents and trademarks.
Second chance for physical persons.
Attendance at ordinary and extraordinary general meetings.
Liquidation of companies.
Tasks of secretary of the board of directors.
Transformation/merger/scission of companies.
Incorporation of companies and commencement of business.
Our firm brings the experience of having intervened as Bankruptcy Administrators appointed by the commercial courts throughout Spain in numerous proceedings, which brings added value to our advice, during the initiation and development of the bankruptcy process.
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