Publications - Dispute Resolution: Litigation and Arbitration

  • Criminal proceedings and the right to be forgotten: until when can the personal data of convicted persons be published?

    A person involved in criminal proceedings may acquire what has come to be known as "supervening notoriety" and have to accept that his or her identity will be disseminated. However, after a number of years, the question arises as to the possible…

  • Garrigues Sustainable Newsletter - April 2024

    In this newsletter we compile the most relevant legal news on ESG matters in Spain, published by Garrigues.

  • Investment arbitration on the rise in Latin America

    We look at new trends in investment arbitration in Colombia, Chile, Peru and Mexico, and provide a few figures on recorded cases and industries with the largest number of disputes.

  • Truck cartel: the Supreme Court assesses (and rejects) an expert report submitted in hundreds of legal proceedings that has led to contradictory rulings by different courts

    In a new batch of judgments, the High Court confirms its doctrine in relation to the judicial estimation of the damage in this type of claims, extending it now to a series of cases which were accompanied by a specific expert report which, although…

  • Garrigues Sustainable Newsletter - January 2024

    In this newsletter we compile the most relevant legal news on ESG matters in Spain, published by Garrigues.

  • 2024: main new legislation needing to be considered by companies in Spain

    Professionals in the various practice areas at Garrigues take a look, from all angles of business law, at the main new legislation that companies will face in the coming year.

  • Climate change reaches the civil courts: what types of legal action can companies face?

    Increasingly, the courts are becoming a new scenario for the fight against climate change. We analyze the growing number of claims being brought against private entities related to the environment, together with the different types of action that…

  • Spanish Courts grant precautionary measures against FIFA and the Royal Spanish Football Federation regarding fee caps imposed on football agents

    In a judicial proceeding under the legal direction of Garrigues, the Commercial Court No. 3 of Madrid has issued an interim injunction ordering FIFA to refrain from applying the cap on football agents’ fees introduced by a recent FIFA Regulation and…

  • Spain: The clauses of a tender which result in an abuse of dominant position by a sports federation are null and void

    In a judgment in which Garrigues acted as legal director, the Provincial Appeal Court of Madrid confirms that the clauses in the bidding conditions for soccer audiovisual rights that constitute an infringement of Articles 102 of the Treaty on the…

  • Spain: The Supreme Court rules on the first appeals on the follow-on actions arising from the truck cartel

    In the fifteen rulings, the High Court clarifies some questions about the case, although we will have to be attentive to its position in relation to the following pending appeals.

  • Dispute resolution clauses in energy projects in Latin America

    In recent years, the number of infrastructure projects in the energy sector in Latin American countries has increased, and therefore, the possibility of disputes arising relating to them. In this article we discuss primarily dispute resolution…

  • Garrigues Sustainable Newsletter - April 2023

    In this newsletter we compile the most relevant legal news on ESG matters in Spain, from all angles of business law.