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SHAREHOLDERS’ AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS HELD BY ELECTRONIC MEANS

The general rule established in the Spanish Companies Act (Ley de Sociedades de Capital – LSC) is the holding of meetings of the management body  or partners’/shareholders’ meeting through the attendance of their members or representatives, where the term “attendance” seems to incorporate, without specifically saying so, physical presence. This is confirmed by the fact that, exceptionally, article 182 of…

MEASURES REGARDING EMPLOYMENT DURING THE STATE OF ALERT (II) – PARTIAL DISMISSAL PROCEDURE (ERTE – Expediente de Regulación Temporal de Empleo)

Royal Decree-Law 18/2020 of 12th May on social measures and the protection of employment entered into force upon its publication in Spanish State Gazette on 13th May 2020. Given the need to reactivate the economy in a progressive manner following weeks of inactivity since the enforcement of Royal Decree-Law 8/2020 of 17th  March, the purpose of this new Royal Decree-Law…

INFLUENCER CONTRACTS – WHAT SHOULD BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT?

One of the latest trends in advertising, with both large and some of the more modest brands, is advertising through influencers. However, little attention is paid to contracts with influencers by the advertising sector. Although it is true that it is nothing new for brands to take advantage of the notoriety of certain personalities, such as sportspeople, singers, models, etc,…

EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES FOR LEGAL ENTITIES DUE TO THE STATE OF ALERT (III)

I. Introduction In our previous information notes titled “EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES FOR LEGAL ENTITIES DUE TO THE STATE OF ALERT (I) and (II)” we presented the extraordinary measures foreseen in articles 40 and 43 of Royal Decree-law 8/2020 of 17th March, applicable to private law legal entities as from said date, and wherein extraordinary measures (1), (3), (4) and (6) were…