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Tel: +91 418 43 52
Fax: +91 418 43 54
José María Dutilh specializes in Corporate, Insolvency and Tax Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Business Restructuring and Private Equity. He is an expert in commercial contracts and joint venture collaboration. José is an insolvency administrator with extensive experience in Corporate Governance and Company/Family Protocol.
He was a BROSA partner Lawyers & Economists. Head of Corporate Department at Stephenson Harwood and DLA Piper following its acquisition by the firm. A Principal and legal director of Mergers and Acquisitions at Landwell (PricewaterhouseCoopers). He has worked in the Mergers and Acquisitions department at Zaragozano Bank, the legal division of Ernst & Young, and Shipping Companies Group lawyer “Egyptian Spanish Maritime Company”(EGYSPAN).
The Restructuring Law Practice:
- Restructuration (within or outside of the arrangement of creditors)
- Dissolution and Liquidation (within or outside of the arrangement of creditors)
- Reorganization of companies and groups
- Disposal/Acquisition of economic units
We are a team of professionals with solid training and track records as well as extensive experience in the providing of legal advice to national and international clients.
Our team is made up of experts from diverse specialities and nationalities, making it possible to provide a truly comprehensive advisory service, responding to clients’ needs quickly and effectively.
Lequid specializes in:
- Risk Capital and Development Capital
- Private Equity
- Company with social objectives
- Family business
- Corporate Governance
- Renewable Energies
- Energías Renovables
- Information Technology
- Digital Marketing
- Companies with International Projections
- Innovation processes
- Corporate liability
LeQuid has contributed to the presence of Spanish companies in the Benelux, Europe, Brazil, Latin America, United States, India and Africa.
It has helped with the implementation in Spain of foreign companies (mainly from the United States, Israel, Benelux, France, Germany, Italy and United Kingdom).