Aurelio Orrillo is the partner in charge of the Pamplona office. He has spent his entire professional career at J & A Garrigues, firstly in the Seville office and then in San Sebastián. He specializes in Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts and in Litigation.
In corporate matters, he has extensive experience in acting as board secretary, providing global advice to boards and board committees as secretary or legal adviser. In this regard, he organizes all manner of shareholders’ meetings, assisting the chairman and resolving any disputes that may arise in the course of such meetings.
He also works on implementing and developing corporate governance rules for listed or large companies.
He habitually advises on the negotiation and performance of corporate transactions for the integration or disassociation of shareholders or business (mergers, spin-offs, care-outs, etc.) and for the acquisition of companies or assets and liabilities (M&A transactions). He has wide-ranging experience in the management and resolution of pre-litigation situations deriving from disputes between shareholders.
Aurelio also advises on international joint venture transactions and processes for the internationalization of Spanish companies abroad.
In the context of the above, Orrillo has experience in the resolution of antitrust law issues that may arise regarding the size of the operators, the transaction or the market (notification to competent authorities, etc.).
He also provides advice on and performs refinancing and real estate transactions (regulation of shopping centers, licenses, etc.).
He also has extensive experience in the resolution of pre-litigation queries and issues in the area of intellectual and industrial property law, particularly in relation to the publishing and journalism sectors.
He habitually works on the legal implementation of family protocols at business (corporate bylaws) and personal (wills, incapacity planning) level.
In litigation matters, he has a wealth of experience in defining the procedural strategy in both court and arbitration proceedings and in the conduct of such proceedings.
In particular, in insolvency matters, he has led work for the acquisition of production units or assets of insolvent companies, coordinating the relationships between the court, the insolvency manager and the company itself.
He is an expert in Navarra provincial law.
He teaches on the Master’s Degree in Business Law at Universidad de Navarra.
Member of the Pamplona Bar Association.