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.
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.
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.
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:
So that the client knows how much our advice will cost.
So that the office always obtains the remuneration deserved in relation to the resources invested in the different matters.
Focus on result
So that it can be agreed, when the client requires it, a participation in the result obtained by the client.
Trade secrets violation and breach of the duty of confidentiality in the framework of the acquisition of a hotel complex: commentary on the Court decision of the appeal court of Barcelona n. 853/2022, May 20.
PDF VERSION The Court decision of the Appeal Court of Barcelona n. 853/2022, May 20 solves the appeal against the first instance court decision that resolved the case of trade secrets violation and breach of a confidentiality agreement, in the framework of the...
The assignment of the trademark derived from the sale of the undertaking: On the presumption established in the article 47 of the Spanish trademark law.
PDF Version A trademark is a distinctive sign that belongs to the intangible assets of the undertaking and aims to distinguish the goods and services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings. A trademark as an asset is used in the course of trade and as an...
PDF VERSION The European Commission has adopted a new Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (“VBER”) which replaces the previous one approved in 2010. The new VBER updates the principles for a general exemption from competition rules for vertical agreements (including...
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