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CLAIMS AGAINST AIRLINES FOR PROBLEMS WITH FLIGHTS

Given the upcoming holiday season where the majority of people take their long-awaited and well-deserved holidays, we would like to take a practical look at issues related to flight delays and cancellations which cause so many upsets (and internet searches) for thousands of people during these months. One obvious issue is that the massive displacement of people during these months…

MODIFICATION OF THE REGULATION FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE TRADEMARK LAW

Following on from our recent article regarding industrial property law, allow us to now comment upon the new developments in the Regulation for the enforcement of Act 17/2001 (Trademark Act), which entered into force on 1st May (Royal Decree 306/2019) for modifying the framework established in  the existing regulations (Royal Decree 687/2002) and which constitutes the essential mechanism so that…

ENHANCED MAJORITY IN THE PARTNERS GENERAL MEETING – LIMIT TO THE AUTONOMY OF THE COMPANY BY-LAWS

The resolution issued by the General Directorate of Notaries and Registries (the GDNR) of 3rd April 2019 deals with whether it is possible for the  company by-laws to modify the ordinary majority established by the Law. In the case in question, the following modification to the company by-laws was adopted in the general partners meeting of a limited liability company.…

COMPETITION LAW: MEMBERS OF THE MANAGEMENT BODIES OF COMPANIES MAY BE FINED EVEN IF THEY DO NOT HAVE POWERS OF REPRESENTATION

On 30th June 2016, the Spanish National Commission for Financial Markets and Competition (“CNMC”) published a decision regarding dossier S/0519/14 on RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURES, pursuant to which several companies and individuals forming part of corporate management bodies were fined, for having fixed market share and prices, as well as other commercial conditions. Such activities imply a breach of competition law. In…