Mr Manuel García-Villarrubia > Uría Menéndez > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile
Uría Menéndez Offices
PRÍNCIPE DE VERGARA 187
PLAZA RODRÍGUEZ URÍA
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Mr Manuel García-Villarrubia
Litigation, Insolvency and Financial Distress.
Manuel García-Villarrubia is a lawyer in the Madrid office of Uría Menéndez. He joined the firm in 1995 and became a partner in January 2005.
Manuel focuses his practice primarily on litigation. He has been involved in all aspects of judicial and arbitration proceedings, including some of the most prominent proceedings brought before the Spanish courts and domestic and international arbitration tribunals. These include proceedings challenging corporate resolutions adopted by listed and non-listed companies, corporate disputes, claims for payment, breach of contract disputes, construction-related claims, unfair competition issues, and industrial property right infringements. He also has extensive experience in enforcement proceedings and proceedings for the recognition and enforcement in Spain of foreign judicial decisions and arbitration awards.
Manuel also specialises in insolvency and distressed debt matters.
Madrid Bar Association; Club Español de Arbitraje (Spanish Arbitration Club); Club Empresarial ICADE (ICADE Business Club); European Company Lawyers Association; Royal Academy of Legislation and Jurisprudence (Contributing Member); Corte Española de Arbitraje (Spanish Arbitration Court); Corte de Arbitraje de Madrid (Madrid Arbitration Court).
Law Degree (with Honours), Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 199;. Ph.D. Candidate Universidad Pontificia Comillas, (Litigation Department).
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- Banking and finance
- Capital markets: Debt
- Capital markets: Equity
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- EU and competition
- Industry focus: Food
- Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences
- Industry focus: Manufacturing
- Industry focus: Retail
- Industry focus: TMT
- Intellectual property: patents
- Private equity
- Public law
- Real estate and construction
- Restructuring and insolvency
- White-collar crime