Litigation and Arbitration Practice Area

Litigation and Arbitration Practice Area of Roithers Legal Group advises against conflicts of civil and commercial nature. According to the case, the paper is organized by creating multidisciplinary teams. As well as the best specialists in procedural law and arbitration, in each case involving one of the leading experts in the substantive matter under discussion (in many cases, lawyers from other practice groups of the firm). The main purpose is to support our clients in every trade, in each case, in each arbitration.

It is a priority for Roithers Legal Group to know the differences of each business sector such as: banking and finance, telecommunications, energy, infrastructure, construction, real estate, consumer goods and pharmaceuticals, among others. This point of view allows that our firm’s lawyers are commited to anticipating our client’s needs and meet them.

  • Arbitration
    • Ad hoc arbitration
    • Administered by the principal courts of arbitration

 

  • Damages claims and compensation
    • Contractual and non-contractual liability. Civil liability
    • Product liability litigation
    • Professional responsibility, included the clinical negligence practice

 

  • Corporate disputes
    • Disputes between shareholders
    • Execution of shareholders’ agreements
    • Enforcement of actions for liability against directors
    • Challenging of company resolutions and board of directors decisions

 

  • Civil and commercial agreements
    • Urban leases and community property
    • Standard terms and conditions of business
    • Agency, distribution, concession and franchise agreements Commercial leases
    • Remedies for breach of contract and proceeding
    • Proceedings concerning the validity, interpretation and enforcement of civil and commercial agreements
    • Property, possession, transfer and administration of immovable goods
    • Claims for payment

 

  • Execution process
    • Recognition and enforcement in Spain of judgments handed down in the EU or in other foreign countries
    • Personal guarantees (deposit) and real guarantees (pledge and mortgage)
    • Bills of exchange, cheques and promissory notes and other negotiable instruments
    • Execution of judicial titles
    • Debt payment and collection procedures

 

  • Fundamental rights and inheritance law proceedings
    • Infringement of personal honour, personal/family intimacy or personal image rights
    • Calculation and distribution of inheritors’ estates, the material validity of testamentary dispositions and the administration and distribution of the estate

 

  • Permanent advice