Pérez-Llorca

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Firm Overview:
Pérez-Llorca is a pre-eminent law firm in Spain. The firm provides high-end advice to international and domestic clients in connection with the largest and most complex transactions and disputes in Spain or matters with a Spanish component. Pérez-Llorca prides itself on offering unrivalled quality, service and commitment to clients. The majority of the firm’s work is cross-border and often involves several jurisdictions. As an independent law firm, Pérez-Llorca approaches multijurisdictional work by providing turnkey solutions together with other leading independent firms from Europe, the Americas or Asia. Pérez-Llorca offers full-service advice and operates from its offices in Madrid, Barcelona, London and New York.

Senior Partner: Pedro Pérez-Llorca
Number of partners: 54
Number of lawyers: 250
Languages: Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish

Awards:
■ In 2017, Pérez-Llorca won the Chambers and Partners award for ‘Spain Law Firm of the Year’
■ In 2015, Chambers and Partners awarded Pérez-Llorca with ‘Spain Client Service’

Main Areas of Practice:
Administrative & Regulatory
Banking & Finance
Capital Markets
Competition
Corporate Governance
Corporate/M&A
Employment
Energy
Environment
EU Law
Financial Services
Infrastructure
Land Planning
Litigation & Arbitration
Intellectual Property & Technology
Private Equity
Real Estate
Restructuring & Insolvency
Tax
Venture Capital
Wealth Management
White Collar Crime & Investigations

A Global Practice:
Pérez-Llorca provides high-end advice to international and domestic clients in connection with the largest and most complex transactions and disputes in Spain or matters with a Spanish component. Pérez-Llorca accompanies clients wherever they are based, wherever they have operations or wherever they need the firm. The firm has close connections with the leading firms in every jurisdiction in order to offer clients the best and most specialised advice in each country.

The firm’s mission to always find the best possible results for clients for every case, adapting its service to their needs and collaborating with the most distinguished local firms. The lawyers’ profound understanding of the legal market in each country offers clients complete solutions.

International Offices:
From the London office, the firm advises on cross border transactions with Spanish legal components and provides its expertise to UK-based clients investing in the Spanish market.

From the New York office, the firm advises clients on Spanish law and adapts its multidisciplinary assessment to their needs in the US and Latin America.

International Desks:
Pérez-Llorca’s international desks are made up of teams of Spanish lawyers from all of its offices who have in-depth knowledge of the Latin America, Asian, and African markets and valuable experience working on all types of transactions. Pérez-Llorca’s lawyers offer expert advice on matters within the regions that have a Spanish component.

The firm advises clients and firms on investment opportunities and their internationalisation efforts. The litigation and arbitration team, also part of the firm’s desks, has extensive experience advising on all types of disputes and pre-litigious matters.

More about Pérez-Llorca:
With more than 35 years’ experience in the Spanish market, Pérez-Llorca’s highly motivated lawyers work towards a common goal: to contribute to the business success of clients, offering first-rate legal services whilst always adhering to ethical and professional codes of practice. The firm’s full-service approach enables lawyers to consider clients’ needs from multiple perspectives and deliver results.

The collective expertise and unrivalled experience of its lawyers places Pérez-Llorca as a leader in many fields, with a reputation for legal innovation and excellence. The lawyers at the firm are characterised by their commitment, with many matters benefitting from the full involvement, added value and expertise of both partners and associates. Lawyers offer recurrent advice to clients for their day-to-day needs, can undertake challenges that may unexpectedly arise and anticipate future needs.

The firm is comprised of standalone practices which collaborate to form strong and comprehensive teams that are multidisciplinary. This enables lawyers to tackle complex, large-scale cases, and to be involved in some of the most ground-breaking cross-border transactions taking place in recent years involving prestigious Spanish and international companies.

Pérez-Llorca is committed to being innovative in its approach to the legal advice it offers clients. Pérez-Llorca uses new artificial intelligence, machine learning and natural language processing tools, improving efficiency and competitiveness. The firm’s experience leading the most complex transactions on the market means that the lawyers provide excellence and formulate innovative solutions to issues which arise in such matters.

Key Contacts

Senior Partner:
Pedro Pérez-Llorca
pperezllorca@perezllorca.com

+34 91 436 04 25

Firm Rankings

Administrative & Public Law
Band 1

Banking & Finance
Band 3

7.5

Capital Markets: Debt
Band 3

7.3

Capital markets: Equity
Band 3

7.5

Capital Markets: Structured Finance
Band 3

6.0

Competition/Antitrust
Band 2

8.0

Compliance
Band 2

8.0

Corporate/M&A
Band 1

Dispute Resolution
Band 1

Energy & Natural Resources
Band 2

8.0

Environment
Band 3

6.0

EU Law
Band 3

7.0

FinTech
Band 4

4.0

Insurance
Band 2

8.0

IP
Band 3

7.0

IP: Copyright
Band 4

4.0

Labour & Employment
Band 2

8.0

Life Sciences
Band 3

6.0

Planning
Band 1

9.0

Private Equity
Band 2

8.0

Private Wealth Law
Band 3

6.0

Projects
Band 3

7.5

Real Estate
Band 1

Restructuring & Insolvency
Band 3

7.5

Tax
Band 3

7.0

TMT
Band 2

8.0

White-Collar Crime
Band 2

8.0

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