Advice and representation in arbitration

Prominent arbitration cases

Ayuela Jiménez

Arbitration before the Spanish Arbitration Court

Arbitration in which we acted as the sole arbitrator for one of our partners in a contractual dispute between a listed company and a publicly-owned company.

Arbitration before the CIAM

We represented the claimant entity and defended it against the counterclaim presented by the opposing party in a litigation concerning post-contractual competition.

Ayuela Jiménez

Arbitration before the ICC Court

We represented the claimant entity and defended it against the counterclaim presented by the opposing party in a litigation concerning a contractual dispute related to the photovoltaic sector.

Arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce

We represented the defendant entity and filed a counterclaim regarding the delivery of photovoltaic material, addressing a contractual dispute concerning rebus sic stantibus and defects in consent.

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Rectification of a capital increase already registered in the Commercial Register

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Dismissal Reform and Changes to Severance Pay

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The indirect transfer of shares subject to accessory services.

The voluntary transfer by inter vivos acts of shares with ancillary services will require, in [...]

Intimidation in negotiation: when is it criminally relevant?

On 11 March, in STS 235/2024, the Supreme Court ruled on the concept of intimidation [...]

Ayuela Jiménez in the ranking of Expansión Jurídico

The prestigious ranking of Expansión Jurídico has recognised the performance of our firm, placing us [...]

New recognitions obtained from Chambers & Partners in 2024

At Ayuela Jiménez we are congratulating ourselves for the new recognitions obtained from Chambers & [...]

Potential sovereignty conflicts in international corruption offences

Since 2015, following the amendment of the Criminal Code by LO 1/2015, of 30 March, [...]

Ayuela Jiménez at the New Members Drink’s Reception held by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK.

Eduardo Ayuela and Joaquín Jiménez have been in London from the 12th to the 14th [...]

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Frequently Asked Questions

The arbitration process involves the submission of claims by the involved parties, followed by an exchange of relevant documents and evidence, hearings with arguments and evidence, the submission of final pleadings, and the issuance of the arbitral award.

The arbitral award is legally binding and enforceable, so if a party does not voluntarily comply with the arbitral award, the prevailing party may initiate legal proceedings to enforce the award.

Ad hoc arbitration is conducted without the supervision of an arbitration institution, whereas in institutional arbitration, we have an administrative institution that oversees and administers the process according to established rules and procedures.