Mr Ramón Fernández-Aceytuno > Ramón y Cajal Abogados > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Ramón y Cajal Abogados
28010 MADRID
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Work Department

Litigation, insolvency and arbitration.




Ramon joined Ramón y Cajal in 1999. He is currently Partner of the Litigation Department and he is very active in different practice areas such as the civil and commercial law, arbitration and insolvency. Within the different sectors of activity which brings together the most of his work are, among others, telecommunications, aerospace and construction, providing advice to major multinational companies with interests in Spain, dedicated to each of those sectors. In the field of insolvency law, Ramón acts as insolvency receiver and also provides ongoing advice to the company itself in competition or significant creditors seeking to defend their interests in the process through specific measures. Ramon is also involved in matters pertaining to civil and commercial procedural law. In this regard include its dedication to challenging issues on social agreements, directors’ liability actions, procedures related to banking contracts (swaps, structured bonds, etc) and in general all those which have a direct or indirect relationship with the corporate law. As regards arbitration, Ramón acts as counsel at all National Arbitration Courts and in the International Chambers of Commerce (ICC). In addition, acts as an arbitrator for the Superior Council of Chambers of Commerce. He teaches at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE) and he is also professor of bankruptcy law with in Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Universidad Nebrija.


Spanish and English.


Madrid Bar Association. Spanish Association for Insolvency Law Practitioners. INSOL EUROPE.


Law Degree, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1997. Master in Business Law, 1998. Various specialized courses in Bankruptcy Law (Instituto de Empresa, FIDE, EXFIMER).

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Dispute resolution

The ‘coordinated‘ and ‘collaborative‘ dispute resolution team at Ramón y Cajal Abogados is noted for its ‘prompt attention‘ and ‘optimal knowledge‘. The team is perhaps best known for its vast experience in financial services-sector litigation, where it is a popular choice for major banks in Spain, but the department also balances a varied practice and counts real estate, retail and energy-sector companies among its clients. Arbitration is also a core part of the practice, with Fernando Manzanedo and Fernando Tallón key contacts in this space. Pro bono work is another area of focus for the disputes team, which has recently acted in cases concerning Covid-19, urban leases and immigration. Experienced partners Ramón Fernández-Aceytuno and Luis Briones lead the sizeable dispute resolution team, in which Carmen Fernández-Hontoria and Luis Carnicero are also key practitioners.