Pablo Marrodán Lázaro

Pablo Marrodán Lázaro


2009, Madrid.


Universidad de La Rioja (Law Degree, 2007) Acadia University (Exchange student, Canada 2008), Instituto de Empresa, Business School, Madrid, (Master´s degree in Corporate Legal Consultancy, LL.M. 2009)


Spanish and English

Pablo Marrodan Lázaro has been an associate at B. Cremades y Asociados since March 2009.
Pablo holds a Law Degree from the Universidad de La Rioja and an L.L.M. Degree from Instituto de Empresa, Business School. He has a wealth of experience in corporate matters, litigation and arbitration.

Professional experience

Corporate law

Pablo specialises in providing legal advice to individuals and domestic and international companies. His practice encompasses a range of services, including the incorporation of companies, capital increases, liquidations and the drafting and analysis of commercial contracts. He also provides legal opinions. Additionally, Pablo serves as the non-director secretary of the Board of Directors of several companies and performs the usual duties of a Board Secretary. He has also on occasion participated in insolvency proceedings.


Pablo has extensive experience in the preparation and submission of all manner of procedural pleadings, claims and appeals, acting either as legal director or under the legal direction of another lawyer. Of particular note is his participation in the defence of the interests of investors who lost their investments as a result of the resolution of Banco Popular Español (now Banco Santander, S.A.) adopted on 7 June 2017 by the Single Resolution Board (SRB). In this regard, he has acted in legal proceedings against Banco Popular, S.A. (i) before the Spanish Courts and Tribunals, in all judicial instances (including the Constitutional Court), (ii) against the SRB and the European Commission before the Court of Justice of the European Union, and (iii) against Spain before the European Court of Human Rights.


Pablo has participated in several commercial and investment protection arbitrations, including:

  • Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal in an ICC arbitration between an investment company and a Spanish bank.
  • Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal in an ICC arbitration between a leading Spanish insurance company and a Spanish savings bank.
  • Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal in a CIMA arbitration between a Spanish savings bank and a Spanish bank.
  • Party counsel in an ICC arbitration between two construction companies.
  • Party counsel in a CAM arbitration between a start-up company and a multinational advanced mobile services company.
  • Party counsel in an UNCITRAL ad hoc international arbitration between a bank and a State.