The Department of Business Law in the European Community has been designed to provide comprehensive advice to companies and associations and NGOs. The aim is to help such organisations so that they can carry out their activities within the EU and internationally in a secure and effective manner, while minimising costs.
Our specialist professionals contribute their knowledge and experience in the field to satisfy clients and provide them with all the necessary advice in this sector.
ADVICE AND MONITORING
Expert advice on both approved and pending legislation, in order to adapt to it within legal deadlines and, where appropriate, suggest any necessary modifications.
INTERNAL MARKET AND TRADE BARRIERS
Expert advice on compliance with the internal market requirements of each of the countries in the European Union. This also includes the existence of trade barriers and ways to overcome them legally.
DRAFTING OF CONTRACTS AND FOLLOW-UP
Advice prior to drafting contracts and on current agreements. Follow-up ensuring contracts are properly complied with for their entire term.
GENERAL CONTRACT TERMS
Advice on validity and potential litigation in connection with general terms and conditions, both within Spain and throughout the European Union.
CONTRACT AND TORT
Advice in relation to properly complying with contracts drawn up in different countries, as well as advice on the possibility of contractual liability for breach of contract.
Legal advice on whether to initiate litigation within the EU, and advice on legal defence, should a case be brought against a client.
Assessing and managing insolvency proceedings where some element of EU law applies, or when there are cross-border contractual obligations.
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