Civil and Litigation / Arbitration

A bad settlement is always better than a good lawsuit



We advise on all aspects and stages of the arbitration proceedings. Specific:

  • Advice on whether or not to surrender a contract or transaction to arbitration
  • Design of arbitration, if necessary, advising the most suitable institution or ad hoc arbitration
  • Drafting arbitration agreements included in contracts, and the scope and consequences of each particular
  • Acting as lawyers part in all kinds of arbitration: national or international, ad hoc or institutional and, in the latter case, before any kind of court
  • Intervention or definition of the arbitration procedure in the “Acts of Home” or Terms of reference
  • Defense business background
  • Intervention as arbit Civil Procedure rators, single or collegiate, in all types of arbitration proceedings cited

Procesal Civil

The Department of Civil Procedural Law advises on all civil matters. Advises, intervenes and leads all procedures in civil and commercial matters, to all kinds of courts and in all instances, both judicial and arbitration.

In particular, the Department of Civil and Commercial Procedural Law covers the following subjects:

  • Contractual and  extra-contractual liability
  • Tort Law
  • Product Liability
  • Professional responsibility
  • Property damage liability
  • Contracts for work and Construction Law
  • Corporate conflicts
  • Challenging social agreements
  • Liability actions against administrators
  • Actions of unfair competition and advertising
  • Contracts agency, distribution, concession and franchise
  • Bills of exchange, checks and promissory notes
  • Insurance
  • Urban and rural leases
  • Horizontal property
  • Leases
  • Easements and immissions
  • Claims for payment
  • Procedures on validity, execution and interpretation of contracts
  • Procedures resolution and termination of contracts
  • Conflicts in financial matters
  • Consumer Law
  • Fundamental rights
  • Violation of the rights to honor, privacy and self-image
  • Inheritance, inheritances and wills
  • Separation, divorce and annulment
  • Marriage contract
  • Filiation and paternity
  • Incapacitation
  • Property rights
  • Real and personal guarantees
  • Provisional and final executions of judgment