Madrid’s Court hopes to move forwards, with the recent introduction of new initiatives and novel technological solutions, and a two-step strategy to internationalise and become full-service.
Today’s legal world is a very different place to that of a decade ago, and handling compliance and corporate governance issues has become paramount, says Estíbaliz Gállego Longás
The crisis is hard on many sectors and the motor industry is no exception. But Nissan is steering its way through current headwinds on a full tank, according to Antonio Navas.
While predictions can certainly be made about the future of arbitration, one thing is certain – it’s here to stay, says Ramon Mullerat.
For Christopher Baker and Grégoire Bertrou, mindfulness of the social impact of corporate decisions on which we are consulted is core to our role as trusted adviser.
Having a ‘we’ culture, rather than just a collection of rising stars, could be the secret to keeping a law firm together in turbulent times.
While the saying goes that things need to get worse before they can get better, experts now say that recent economic indicators suggest that, in 2013, some areas of legal will start to bounce back.
Juan Barona, the highly recognised banking and restructuring lawyer, is joining Linklaters as a Partner in its Spanish banking practice.
José Bono, former president of the Congress of Deputies, has joined the advisory board of Cremades & Calvo-Sotelo. Bono returns to practice after spending 32 years working in Spain’s PSOE party, including a time as Minister of Defence in Zapatero’s first government.