Lupicinio International Law advises Kodysa in a 50 million euro project

ADVISING KODYSA IN A PROJECT WITH ESTIMATED VALUE OF 50 MILLION EUROS Madrid, November 28.– Legal firm Lupicinio International Law Firm, leader in advising companies in Cuba since 1996, has accompanied the Spanish group KODYSA in negotiations with the Cuban government on a framework agreement for the development of an agro-industrial program that will provide […]

We are recognized in prestigious Best Lawyers list

Our lawyers are highlighted in Litigation, Real Estate, Corporate law, M&A and Project Finance Five lawyers from Lupicinio International Law Firm have been included in the list of best lawyers in Spain in 2019, prepared by the prestigious American magazine Best Lawyers™. For five years, the director of the Banking Litigation Area, Esther Cubillo, as […]

NEW RULES OF CUBAN COURT OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION (CCICA)

The Cuban Court shows spirit of renewal and commitment to the business world Introduction The new rules of procedure of the Cuban Court of International Commercial Arbitration (CCICA), were approved by Resolution no. 8 of the president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba. There are two singularities that are key to […]

And Sanchez put on the guayabera

An expected visit to Cuba To some it seems surprising that the President of the Government has decided to make an official trip to the Republic of Cuba, when what should really be of concern is the fact that the last official visit took place in November 1986, with Felipe González in front of our […]

We travel to Cuba and Brussels

Our managing partners from Madrid and Barcelona traveled to Cuba and Brussels This week, our partner-director of Madrid and the Department of International Operations, José María Viñals, travels to Havana, Cuba, on the occasion of the official visit of President Pedro Sánchez. Thus, Lupicinio International Law Firm will be part of the set of Spanish […]

And Sanchez put on the guayabera

An expected visit to Cuba To some it seems surprising that the President of the Government has decided to make an official trip to the Republic of Cuba, when what should really be of concern is the fact that the last official visit took place in November 1986, with Felipe González in front of our […]

The European promise for secondary sanctions

 Download PDF version  Tomorrow, November 4th, the second package of secondary sanctions that the Trump Administration has reintroduced against Iran takes effect. The secondary sanctions are those that affect any subject even if they lack links with the US; for instance, it may affect spanish businessmen completely detached from that country. Sanctions related to transactions […]