3 edition of Litigating in Spain found in the catalog.
Litigating in Spain
Bernardo MariМЃa Cremades
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Bernardo M. Cremades and Eduardo G. Cabiedes.|
|Contributions||Gutierrez de Cabiedes y Fernández de Heredia, Eduardo.|
|LC Classifications||KKT1572 .C74 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 549 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||549|
|LC Control Number||88032873|
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Spanish copyright law governs copyright (Spanish: derechos de autor), that is the rights of authors of literary, artistic or scientific works, in Spain. It was first instituted by the Law of 10 January and, in its origins, was influenced by French copyright law and by the movement led by Victor Hugo for the international protection of.
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This article provides a basic overview of Spain's legal and court structure, a sampling of substantive laws of interest to businesses, a roadmap of procedures that are followed in the various courts (and chambers thereof), and some practical aspects of litigating in Spain.
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focused on the validity of Spain’s jurisdiction. After the judge’s June visit to Guatemala, a new legal team led by the CJA began facilitating the work of a number of lawyers, including: local coun-sel in Spain, who had experience litigating universal jurisdiction cases.
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instrumental in litigating the ground-breaking case of D.H. and Others v. the Czech Republic, in which the European Court of Human Rights found that the segregation of Roma children into special schools was unlawful.
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