Verónica holds a Law Degree and a Masters Degree (LLM) from the University of Texas.
She specializes in all matters relating to maritime law, insurance law and recovery actions with special attention to issues subject to arbitration/mediation, cruise ship compensation claims, recreational marine industry and yacht incidents, along with all the rest of maritime accidents.
Enrique holds a Law Degree and a Masters Degree in Maritime Law and Shipping Business (ICADE).
He specializes in diverse aspects of insurance law, as well as in land and multimodal transport, and international trade. Enrique holds reputable experience in analysis of maritime insurance policies, land transport claims, international sales contract and distribution, apart from being an excellent negotiator.
Encarnación holds a Law Degree and a Master’s Degree in New Technology Law (LLM) and attended an advanced program in Economics, Territorial Planning and Development, by University of Cadiz and Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV.
She specializes in diverse aspects of Administrative Law with reputable experience in the Public Administration in various fields such as administrative and contractual proceedings, civil and criminal law.
Mikel holds a Law Degree and a Masters Degree in Maritime Law (LLM) from the University of Southampton.
He specializes in different aspects of maritime, insurance and international trade law. We must stress his outstanding experience in matters related to marine pollution, ship and cargo arrest, sanctioning proceedings, ship purchasing, piracy, advising on insurance policies and handling all kind of claims.
Zuberoa holds a Law Degree and a Masters Degree from the “Escuela de Práctica Jurídica” (ICAV).
She specializes in different aspects of land and multimodal transport as well as in maritime and aviation law with particular attention to transport under CMR-CIM contracts, cargo and passenger claims in land and air transport. She also handles sanctioning proceeding cases, incidents with stowaways and insurance and P&I recovery claims.
José Antonio Domínguez
José holds a Law Degree, Masters Degree in Maritime Law from the University of Deusto, Masters Degree in Maritime Law from the University of Oslo and Master Mariner.
He is a lawyer and a mariner specialized in all areas of maritime, insurance and international trade law, especially those related to advising on any kind of charter party, navigation accidents, and registration of vessels, incidents with stowaways, sanctioning proceedings and claims management for P&Is.
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- The importance of “Rebus Sic Stantibus” clause in a crisis scenario23 June, 2020 - 6:44 am
In times of crisis such as the one Spain is currently facing due to the COVID-19, both personal and commercial circumstances may drastically change without someone or something being able to avoid it; exceptional circumstances during which individuals and companies are prevented from complying with any contractual obligation of any kind they are engaged in. […]
- AIYON Abogados cooperates with the Master’s programme of the IME (Spanish Maritime Institute)3 June, 2020 - 4:54 pm
AIYON Abogados maintains its commitment to cooperate with diverse institutions and associations involved in the progress and application of maritime law in Spain, as well as with Universities and educational institutions engaged in the formation of future professionals of the sector. This is evidenced by our already consolidated relationship with the IME (Spanish Maritime Institute) […]
- Current situation arising from Covid-19, developments in Mobility and Transport21 May, 2020 - 11:21 am
One of the main reasons why the Spanish Government advocates maintaining the State of Alarm is to be able to guarantee restrictions on citizens’ mobility, both in and beyond their territory. At national level, the Ministerial Order TMA/400/2020, of 9 May, which establishes the conditions to be applied in the first phase of the de-escalation […]
- Plan for Transition towards a “New Normality” – RDL 16/2020, of April 285 May, 2020 - 8:49 am
Within the State of Alarm which continues in force in Spain, a plan for transition towards a “new normality” or “de-escalation” of confinement that currently is living the society and that affects, to a great extent, small and medium-sized companies, was approved last Saturday, April 28. The plan has been divided into four differentiated phases […]
- Circular on COVID 19 in Legal and Port System in Spain24 April, 2020 - 11:05 am