Allen & Overy opened the Madrid office in 1991, at a time when the sophistication of the Spanish market, which reflected a simultaneous growth in the country's economy, required a quality focus, with national excellence and international reach.
Over the last 30 years, Allen & Overy has become one of Spain’s leading legal practices, providing high quality and innovative advice to steer complex transactions to a successful conclusion.
Based in Madrid, our lawyers have both international experience and an in-depth knowledge of the local market. We can leverage the resources and skills of a highly integrated worldwide network. Our office is led by 17 top-tier partners, each of whom has an exceptional track record of success and achievement across a range of industry sectors, supported by a dedicated team of experienced lawyers.
Our clients are our top priority and they include financial institutions, public entities, high profile Spanish companies and international corporations with interests in Spain and beyond.
As a global elite practice, Allen & Overy is at the cutting edge of international legal and commercial insights. Our teams are able to offer our clients the support and advice needed to succeed in the changing national and global markets.
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News: 08 September 2022
A cross-border team of Allen & Overy lawyers has advised leading Spanish energy company Repsol on the sale of 25% of its upstream business to U.S. institutional investor EIG. The transaction has a…
Publications: 01 September 2022
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Publications: 21 July 2022
What to expect from the new EU Women on Boards Directive, including the practical changes for your management structure and the impact on the national legislation of each Member State.
Blog Post: 08 June 2022
On 31 May 2022, the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) published its decision sanctioning the pharmaceutical company Leadiant EUR3.5 million for charging excessive prices for the sale of an orphan…