Corporate and Commercial

BROSETA has a team of lawyers specialised in Commercial and Corporate Law who provide advice to listed and unlisted companies on all legal aspects of their business.

Commercial Law has been the traditional area of BROSETA since its foundation in 1975. As a result of this long experience, the professionals in this area enjoy a great professional reputation and participate on the Boards of Directors and General Meetings of numerous public and private companies, as well as national and international business groups, advising on the design and execution of complex corporate operations, as well as the management of companies.

In this sense, the Firm provides comprehensive and tailor-made advice to companies, including tasks such as the incorporation of companies, modification of the Articles of Association, shareholders’ agreements, capital increases and reductions, the management of the secretariat of the administrative bodies, transfer of shares or holdings and, in general, all kinds of corporate matters. BROSETA also has a team specialised in advising foundations and associations.

The legal advice also includes the drafting and negotiation of the commercial contracts that the company’s activity requires, especially commercial distribution contracts (agency, franchise, distribution, etc.) and commercial sale and supply contracts.

BROSETA offers specific solutions for the legal and fiscal problems posed by family businesses, also taking into account the different personal, family and professional interests that intersect in this area.

Likewise, the Firm has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions operations, advising clients throughout the world on all types of business restructuring operations.

Similarly, BROSETA advises on industrial property matters, mainly in relation to trademarks and industrial design. The services cover the design of the policy for the protection of trademarks and designs, the legal assessment of possible violations of these, and the implementation of the appropriate legal measures.