Monitoring, planning, supervision and of compliance with EU norms
International competition is a major concern of EU law, and that’s why the Union requires that all the operators within the internal market comply with the same rules.
At domestic level the process of harmonization to the discipline set by EU Directives is moving fast and this has as a consequence that some business practices are destined to change quickly.
The most part of European businesses don’t know the EU norms or apply them wrong or partially. The full comprehension of the burdens and obligations set by EU law is fundamental since infringements could have as a consequence heavy sanctions that could even involve the temporary or permanent closure of the company in question.
The Firm provides legal advice on the operations of compliance that entrepreneurs and companies must carry out to avoid sanctions, on the applicability of EU norms to practical cases, and on the problematics arising from state aid and free circulation of goods and services within the European framework.
Experts in European Union law:
The Department of Financial Law in the European Community has acquired a reputation as one of the most efficient in the field.
The Department of Business Law in the European Community has been designed to provide comprehensive advice to companies…
The Department of Competition Law in the European Community is made up of a group of professionals who are highly trained in law…
The Department of Consumers and User Protection Law is made up of a group of specialised professionals who have accomplished significant…
Legal advice for British residents and companies operating in Spain
Navas & Cusí is a law firm specialized in the regulations for the defense of consumers or European citizen
Lobbying is a necessary activity. It is logical that the groups affected by the legislation are able and actually express…
Competition damages action: Cartel in the foreign exchange market
In accordance with article 5 of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) – consolidated version-, the use of Union competences is governed by the principles of proportionality and subsidiarity