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La reforma de la Ley de Enjuiciamiento Civil operada por el Real Decreto-ley 5/2023, de 28 de junio

El Real Decreto-ley 5/2023, que entrará en vigor el próximo 29 de julio de 2023, introduce una serie de modificaciones en la Ley 1/2000, de 7 de enero, de Enjuiciamiento Civil (“LEC”) y remodela, de forma sustancial, el sistema actual de recursos en materia de casación civil, contencioso-administrativo, social y penal.


El nuevo marco jurídico en materia de modificaciones estructurales de las sociedades mercantiles

El nuevo Real Decreto-ley 5/2023 deroga íntegramente la Ley 3/2009, de 3 de abril, sobre modificaciones estructurales de las sociedades mercantiles (“LME”) y contempla un régimen general aplicable a todas las modificaciones estructurales, que aglutina todas aquellas menci


CEPSA, advised by Ramón y Cajal Abogados, secures an acquittal in the first claim for damages filed by a haulier for alleged price fixing

Ramón y Cajal Abogados has advised CEPSA in its defence against a claim for damages, filed by a haulier, based on several decisions issued by the Spanish competition authority. The Commercial Court No. 17 of Madrid fully dismissed the claim, ordering the claimant to bear the legal costs.


Ramón y Cajal Abogados advises Q-Energy on the acquisition of several photovoltaic power plants.

Ramón y Cajal Abogados advises Q-Energy in a transaction for the acquisition of several photovoltaic plants in operation with a combined nominal power of 1.5 MW in Extremadura.


Works agreements. Contractual mechanisms in a context of escalating prices.

Inflation in Spain stands at 9.8% in March 2022, with core inflation at 3.4%. In this scenario in which the prices of goods and services have skyrocketed and, in view of the risk of supply shortages, many doubts have arisen as regards how to deal with this reality in works agreements in order to avoid disputes between the parties.


Main measures of the Draft Bill for Spanish Housing Rights Act

On 1 February 2022, the Council of Ministers approved a draft bill for the Spanish Housing Rights Act (the "Housing Act"). Upon the admission of the Housing Act to parliamentary processing as a draft bill following the agreement reached between the Government and the parliamentary group ERC, we believe it is relevant to analyse in this newsletter the main measures set forth in the Housing Act which could have an impact on the main players of the Spanish market real estate transactions.


Ramón y Cajal advised Canadian Solar on its €100m guaranteed green note program filed with the MARF

Ramón y Cajal acted as legal advisor as to Spanish law to Canadian Solar EMEA Capital Markets SAU (as a SPV issuer) and its parent company Canadian Solar Inc. (as guarantor) in connection with a € 100m guaranteed green note program filed with the Spanish MARF.