The best lawyers in Business and Commercial Law, the branch of law which is responsible for the regulation of relations connected to people,
events, places and trade contracts.
Loroño Lawyers, from the offices in Getxo, Bilbao, Barakaldo and Madrid advise companies on their business relationships. Commercial law is a branch of private law covering the whole of rules for traders during the course of their work.
So, commercial law regulates the exercise of commercial activity. We have a very dynamic field of law that it adapts to the constant needs of business, market and society. In short, commercial law is responsible for structuring the modern business organization and regulates the legal status of the employer, understood as the person who performs acts of commerce. Moreover, commercial transactions are those that are performed in order to obtain profit.
In the commercial field, Loroño Lawyers operates in concert with accountants, economists, accountants and collaborates with specialized firms so that the company obtains the best advice, check the judicial and legal aspects of their business and ultimately able to address the multiple situations are given in life and business dealings.
Loroño Lawyers have signed collaboration agreements just in benefit of the customer with auditors, consultants and economic experts renowned nationwide.
In this area, will assist in the following areas:
• Advice to all types of enterprises: autonomous, companies of all types, joint property, etc.
• Constitution, transformation, merger, acquisitions, spin-offs, purchases, solutions liquidations of corporations.
• Planning and commercial and market strategies, agreements between
• Boards and Council Secretariats (attendance, minutes, etc.).
• Bankruptcy Law (including Bankruptcy administration)
•Relaciones bancarias y seguros.
•Reclamaciones de cantidad (morosidad).
• Defending the rights of creditors, challenge or credit recognition.
• Restructuring firms in difficulty or liquidation.
• Duties and responsibilities of shareholders and directors.
• Insolvency proceedings.
• Commercial supply contracts, execution of work or services, etc.
• Banking relationships and insurance.
• Claims for payment (default).
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