- Administrative procedures
- Contentious administrative procedures
- Procurement public sector
- Urban planning and environmental services
- Economically regulated sectors
- Corporate law
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Restructuring of Company groups
- All kinds of commercial contracts
- Bankruptcy administration
- Financial restructuring: legal advice in bankruptcy processes
- Deferral of tax debt and social security tax
- Responsibility of corporate administrators
- Industrial relations in business crisis
Corporate Family Law
- Family protocol, marriage contracts, testaments and other shareholder agreements that establish performance standards to ensure a peaceful business continuity or provide mechanisms for solving potential conflicts of interest.
- Capital restructuring of family businesses
- Estate planning in case of family business sale
- Estate and donations planning
Mediation in civil and commercial subjects
Mediation is a method of conflict resolution in which the parties attempt to reach an agreement with the assistance of a professional mediator.
Mediation is an informal and flexible method of conflict resolution that enables the parties to negotiate a prompt resolution while avoiding the legal process. Mediation gives the parties the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the dispute while avoiding the costs (in terms of both time and money) associated to any prolonged legal process.
Interest-based Mediation is a form of dispute resolution in which the parties in dispute are encouraged to explore and define the problems and to communicate their interests and motivations. Once litigants have the opportunity to understand the circumstances involved in the dispute, they will develop a variety of creative solutions to defend their interests with the aid of the mediator. Finally, all parties when prompted will evaluate together the most attractive options in order ensure that the solutions reached are feasible and practical.
One of the main advantages of interest-based mediations is that the confronted parties reach an agreement by themselves. Mediators do not take side, or make decisions or even suggest solutions. The mediator does not impose or solutions or agreements either.