About us

Quality legal services for a rigorous investment.

Our strength comes from the expertise of the team. We are prepared to meet all the needs of the international investor, committing ourselves to the client and adapting to his needs. Foreign investment poses challenges, it requires special attention to details and different solutions from those present in a local transaction. Our permanent contact with various jurisdictions puts us in a privileged position to provide a tailored attention to the needs of our clients.

We speak the language of our clients and translate the legal reality. We work with them directly, or by integrating ourselves with their team of advisors, to jointly build the most efficient solutions.

Seegman has a team with professional experience in Europe and Latin America and a solid network of contacts with collaborating firms and independent professionals and referees.

We like what we do, and we like our clients’ businesses.

Servicios jurídicos de calidad

Madrid-Lisbon Connection

Seegman is an Iberian law firm, with headquarters in Madrid and a team in Lisbon, and as such we offer our services in either or both markets. Our teams are perfectly integrated to provide the best local solutions without losing sight of the international character of the client’s business. We are especially prepared to advise on foreign investments at the level of the Iberian market, taking advantage of the synergies offered by a joint investment in Spain and Portugal.

Our Policies

At Seegman we are convinced of our firm’s ability to positively impact the career development and business growth as factors of social improvement. This impact is not only reflected in our services or the job opportunities we are able to generate directly and indirectly, but also in working conditions, human rights, health, environment, innovation, education, and training.

For this reason, we actively think about taking actions that prevent, manage and mitigate negative social impact, but above all we seek to implement initiatives that maximize the positive impact of our function in society, creating opportunities for talent and awareness of belonging to a larger group to grow and multiply.

We monitor the initiatives of public authorities, including the European Union, for the support and stimulus of companies to perform our function in a responsible manner.

As a law firm, we focus on developing our business in a responsible manner, implementing the best practices of sustainability, professionalism and providing the best opportunities for our team and interested parties.

At Seegman, diversity is an inherent value of the company and an essential part of our identity.

We firmly believe in effort, talent and work well done as factors governing individual progress within our organization and we openly reject recognition or merit based on race, gender, creed, or political views. We advocate for the development of equal opportunities within a pleasant, positive and inclusive work environment, free from discrimination and prejudice in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the UN Standards of Conduct for Business on Tackling Discrimination against LGBTI.

We promote respect for individuality. As a diverse team, our differences enrich our environment with different perspectives, backgrounds, and cultures, leading to the promotion of innovation within our company.

At Seegman, we are committed to the well-being of our team and to a positive work environment. We support and promote healthy lifestyles by reinforcing a culture of support and respect for our staff, families, and customers.

Our people are our greatest asset. For this reason, we value all team members according to the principles of inclusion and meritocracy.

Seegman is committed to contributing towards environmental sustainability in accordance with the Paris Agreement. It is of great importance to our company to be able to offer an environmentally efficient service to our clients, adopting the systems and initiatives for a better consumption of energy, resources and reducing CO2 emissions. Therefore, we manage our footprint to reduce our environmental impact, conscious use of paper and the elimination of single-use plastics.

We assume the commitment to develop our activity under the principles of responsibility, integrity, honesty, professionalism, the principle of legality, and respect for the deontological rules established by the General Statute of Lawyers and the Deontological Code.

Seegman has a duty to act responsibly to ensure the future success of our clients and the company. In this regard, we have established the corresponding measures to ensure that our system complies with all control policies determined by the Law for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism and other applicable regulations.

Seegman is committed to conducting the firm and its clients’ businesses under a zero-tolerance policy for bribery and corruption. For this reason, we implement the necessary measures to comply with ethical standards in accordance with European and Spanish regulations as well as the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the United Kingdom Anti-Bribery Act and similar anti-corruption laws around the world.

We comply with European data protection regulations and applicable Spanish laws as reflected in our privacy and data protection policy.

Our team is prepared to advise foreign clients in Spain and to help them in the implementation and development of their investment.

Our Team

Our team, based in Madrid, is prepared to advise foreign clients in Spain and help them in the implementation and development of their investment.

Events and News

Industrial production falls by 0.4% in the euro area in September

In Spain, industrial production in September increased by 0.6 compared to August and fell by 3% in the annual comparative period. Within the eurozone, the biggest monthly increase in production was in non-durable consumer goods (2.1%), followed by capital goods (0.6%) and semi-durable goods (0.5%), while the production of durable consumer goods fell by 5.3%

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Extension Royal Decree 8/2020

The Executive seeks to sanction a new royal decree that will extend for another six months the guarantees provided by the ICO for loans to companies. The deadline for requesting loans with ICO endorsement of the last line for 40,000 million euros will be extended from December 31 to June 30 of 2021.

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Decree 34/2020 regulated new measures in bankruptcy matters.

It extends the temporal scope of measures approved in this area. It extends until March 14, 2021 the suspension of the duty to request the declaration of the insolvency proceeding, as well as the obligation of the judge to admit to the proceeding the necessary insolvency applications presented by the creditors.

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