Is a lawyer with considerable experience in litigation in all manner of civil and commercial conflicts which include areas in which businesses require counselling, such as effective default management, procedures related to contractual breach in the widest sense, liability actions against company directors and
liability actions due to faulty products.
He is also an expert in devising pre-litigation strategies and has great experience in this field in relation to modifying corporate business networks (distribution, agencies and all manner of commercial partners).
On completing his MBA at the ESADE business school in 2007 and a Master’s Degree in Insolvency Law at UPF (2008), he decided to extend his scope of experience to providing counselling services for companies affected by financial crises, and also specialised in the areas of refinancing, initiating and implementing insolvency proceedings and the purchase of production units.
He gained that experience during his professional career in two of the leading law firms in Spain,Pricewaterhouse Coopers Tax & Legal Services and Garrigues, occupying the position of Senior Associate in both of them and leading several work groups formed by lawyers.
During his thirteen years of experience in those firms he repeatedly provided counselling services to large multinationals, and in particular:
Counselling as head of the procedural area in Spain for the leading European automobile manufacturer, advising its brands about all manner of civil and commercial law litigation procedures.
Counselling as head of the procedural area for a leading international household appliance manufacturer.
Counselling as head of the procedural area for the leading Spanish paint manufacturer.
Participation in refinancing one of the most important real estate promoters in Catalonia.
Counselling for one of the main banks operating in Spain in relation to the insolvency and pre-insolvency proceedings of its customers and default management.
Reiterated counselling for minority shareholder groups in conflicts with majority shareholders.