For over 20 years the professionals at Gros Monserrat Abogados have provided their knowledge and experience in international matters. With an open vision of the legal-commercial culture of the market economy countries, both continental and Anglo-Saxon, and the international legal system, they support companies in every sector and of every size in their international aspirations.
The advice provided by Gros Monserrat Abogados ensures that a company’s international projects and relationships have the security and foresight necessary to avoid and minimise the commercial and legal risks at all possible different levels and situations of internationalisation:
In order to provide this advice, the professionals at Gros Monserrat Abogados specialise in:
We define the most suitable form of contract for the requirements of the project, and how we draw up the precise contractual documentation adapted to the dimensions of the project:
This includes the drafting the website’s legal content, and legal disclaimers and general terms and conditions of contracting, as well as advising the company on implementing the digital procedures required for online contracting: confirmation of transaction, withdrawal, data storage (cookies policy); protection of data, privacy and personal honour, particularly for minors; alternative conflict resolution, self-regulation.
This advice includes preparing and coordinating professionals in the destination country, and setting up and launching representation offices, permanent establishments, branches or trading companies from a legal, fiscal, accounting and employment perspective, as applicable.
Specifically, based on the knowledge of the legal context of the destination country, Gros Monserrat Abogados offers:
Gros Monserrat Abogados has long-established professional contacts with many countries, including USA, China, India, most European countries and the Latin American countries Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil.
The professionals at Gros Monserrat Abogados know the formal structure of entities in multiple legal contexts, which makes them particularly skilled at giving practical and efficient advice about the requirements and documents the foreign entity must meet and provide to comply with Spanish regulations.
Using these skills, Gros Monserrat Abogados advises, accompanies and supports foreign companies wishing to incorporate, register and start up a Spanish entity, including all the legal options it believes appropriate for the project in question and optimal from a fiscal perspective. It also offers the accounting and employment back up service necessary for maintaining the entity formally.