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Giménez-Salinas Abogados founded in 1941

Since then, our team of lawyers has been advising national and foreign clients in an uninterrupted manner, mainly in matters of commercial dispute resolution.

Currently headed by Juan Carlos Giménez-Salinas Framis, the firm also advises its clients outside of Spain through the international network of independent law firms GBL Alliance.

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

More than 78 years of experience in the legal advice and defense of companies, individuals and groups accredits the legal journey of Giménez-Salinas. An experience and background that we apply to all our cases.

MULTIDISCIPLINARY

Throughout our professional experience, we have managed hundreds of conflicts from many different sectors and areas of law. We have a team of highly qualified and multidisciplinary lawyers.

PERSONALIZED

One of the characteristics that defines us is to offer our clients a humane and close treatment, so that clients have a knowledge, contact and direct relationship with the lawyers who carry their affairs.

Because we are different

Our structure allows us to adapt to each situation, and we try to anticipate the different scenarios that will trigger a case.

Therefore, in each case and with each client we agree on custom fees always guided by the following principles:

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Transparency

So that the client knows how much our advice will cost.

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Cost effectiveness

So that the office always obtains the remuneration deserved in relation to the resources invested in the different matters.

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Focus on result

So that it can be agreed, when the client requires it, a participation in the result obtained by the client.

Expertise

M&A in Spain: Useful tips for foreign investors

M&A in Spain: Useful tips for foreign investors

M&A legal work has progressively adopted a standardized approach throughout jurisdictions, with some well-defined milestones followed in all deals; Letter of Intent (which can also be called Memorandum of Understanding or Term sheet), Due Diligence process, Shares...

The position of the minority shareholder in a subsidiary in Spain

The position of the minority shareholder in a subsidiary in Spain

Some foreign companies with a subsidiary in Spain usually ask about their position as shareholders of less than 50% of the shares of a Limited Liability Company (S.L.), in Spain, when there is a conflict between partners. Some of them even appoint us as legal...

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