The Faculty of Law of the University of Deusto, within the framework of the Master in Maritime Law, organised yesterday a workshop to analyse the “Prestige case”. It was a special event because took part on it part of the direct protagonists of the procedure.
The workshop was attended by the environmental prosecutor of Galicia, Mr. Álvaro García Ortiz, with a conference titled “Prestige case, spills of hydrocarbons in the criminal jurisdiction”; the Captain and surveyor Mr. Fernando Cayuela who was nominated at the time by the Basque Government to intervene in the technical-judicial actions; the lawyer Luis Figaredo, who could not be present for reasons beyond his control but sent his presentation in writing under the heading “Legal strategy in the PRESTIGE case in the courts of the United States”; and our partner and colleague of Bilbao Mikel Garteiz-goxeaskoa, who developed an interesting talk about the “Legal regime of civil liability in the Prestige case”.
From AIYON Abogados we want to thank those responsible for the Master and the University of Deusto for their invitation to take part in this interesting dissertation.
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