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Established in 1983, Pérez-Llorca has become one of the leading independent Spanish law firms due to the solid legal background, experience and continuous training of its lawyers, as well as their dedication to quality and efficiency. With offices in Madrid, Barcelona, London and New York, the firm advises both national and international clients, including major banks, public and private companies, national and regional government authorities, national and international investors and funds, and prestigious foreign law firms. International experience The firm has continued experience in cross-border transactions. Our legal advice is tailored to the requirements of national and international companies within the main sectors of Spanish law: administrative law, banking and finance, capital markets, civil and commercial litigation, commercial law, competition law, copyright law, corporate compliance, corporate governance, corporate law, corporate restructuring, data protection and e-commerce, environment, European Union law, insolvency, intellectual property, labour law, land planning, litigation before the European Court of Justice, litigation before the public administrations, M&A, national and international arbitration, private equity, project finance, public procurement, real estate, tax, unfair competition and white-collar crime. Our litigation and arbitration practice This team is principally dedicated to defending the interests of the client companies, with lawyers acting before all legal forums throughout Spain. This team focuses on both commercial litigation and international and domestic arbitration. Its members have broad experience in complex cases relating to unfair competition, intellectual property, energy, construction, engineering, banking, tort liability, distribution and agency contracts. In addition, partners of the firm are regularly appointed as arbitrators in significant international and domestic arbitration proceedings.
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