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B. Cremades y Asociados

B. Cremades y Asociados

Founded in 1969 by Bernardo Cremades, B. Cremades y Asociados is distinguished by its strong focus on international law and its broad experience in business transactions.

For many years, the firm has specialized in international commercial and investment arbitration. Today, B. Cremades y Asociados is the leading firm in the Spanish-speaking world for investment arbitration.

Its lengthy experience in commercial and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and finance and capital markets makes B. Cremades y Asociados a strong presence in the Spanish legal services market, providing competitive legal advice at both national and international levels. B. Cremades y Asociados is a member of TAGLaw, a network of quality law firms in more than 80 countries. The firm provides its legal services in the Spanish, English, French and German languages.

News

Nota de prensa Tribunal Justicia UE Banco Popular 7-8-2017

14 august 2017

B. Cremades y Asociados ha presentado recurso ante el Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea en nombre de sus clientes en relación con la resolución de Banco Popular Español S.A.

Judicial Activism and Spanish Arbitration

16 june 2017

The Kluwer Arbitration blog (www.kluwerarbitration.com) has published ‘Judicial Activism and Spanish Arbitration’ by David JA Cairns.

Entrevista en Gestiona Radio sobre accionistas Banco Popular

15 june 2017

Entrevista realizada a Bernardo Cremades Román sobre la posición de los accionistas minoritarios de Banco Popular y su situación ante la compra por parte de Banco Santander

Publications

CFIUS under Trump: likely increased scrutiny of foreign investment. Financier Worldwide

26 may 2017

Bernardo M. Cremades, Jr. and Patrick T. Byrne Throughout the election campaign and the early months of his presidency, president Trump has championed a protectionist or ‘economic nationalist’ agenda...

National Report-Spain in The ICCA International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration

23 may 2017

Kluwer Law International, Supplement Nº 93, February 2017 (republished with permission of Kluwer Law International).