On July 3, the Director of this office, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, gave a presentation at the II International Congress on Human Rights and Globalization, organized by the University of Seville (July 1, 2 and 3, 2020). Rodríguez Bernal was part, as a panelist, of the Roundtable “New human rights in the face of globalization”,.
The Council of Ministers approved, on Friday 1 March 2019, the Royal Decree-Law adopting contingency measures in the event of the potential withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union without the agreement provided for in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. This law would only come into force in the event.
Translation: El director de este despacho, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal y su artículo científico “Los cibercrímenes en el espacio de libertad, seguridad y justicia” han sido frecuentemente citados en el magnífico trabajo “Prevención y solución de conflictos internacionales de jurisdicción en materia de ciberdelincuencia” escrito por Ignacio Flores Prada, Profesor de Derecho Procesal de la Universidad Pablo.
Translation: El ensayo La Unión Europea y los Balcanes: situación en 2006, escrito por Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, ha sido nuevamente mencionado en un sólido e interesante artículo de investigación. Profundizando en la ampliación de la Unión Europa hacia los Balcanes Occidentales: la adhesión de Croacia, escrito por Gabriela A. Oanta, publicado en la Revista de.
I. Introduction Some countries in Europe have a strong industry devoted to cultural goods. Particularly, United Kingdom attracts a meaningful number of all cultural goods transactions that take place in the world. The art market is a prime example of British achievement in a highly competitive global environment. Britain has 29% of the global art.
Spain remains one of the most popular retirement destinations for British retirees and it is estimated that close to one million Britons currently live in Spain. Bearing this fact in mind, it is fundamental to understand something of how British pensions are obtained and taxed in Spain. A British ex pat can still receive his.
In response to the uncertainty existing in international transactions, the European Union has issued two legal instruments of great interest. In 1984, Spain issued the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users; a law that was intended to establish a set of measures able to resolve the various conflicts that could arise in.
Again the highly controversial “Preferential shares” (or preferentes), are a subject of debate in all public forums, this time as a consequence of a judgement of the Provincial Audience of Vizcaya with regard to the bank “Santander”. For those who are not aware of the evolution of these shares, perhaps it is convenient to sum.
Businessmen and the self-employed who undertake a business venture in Spain have reason to rejoice. The highly anticipated “Entrepreneur Support Act” has finally arrived, a legislative reform that promises to revitalize those sectors of the Spanish economy most affected by the economic crisis and facilitate both the day to day existence of entrepreneurs who are.