- Intellectual Property: The legal system indicates differences in terms of industrial property and intellectual property. Industrial property seeks to protect industry-related creations: patents and utility models, distinctive signs and designs. Intellectual property seeks to protect creations of the spirit that are realised through the personality of the author, which implies unique creations that are not subject to industrial or mass production; among which we can indicate: literary and artistic works such as novels, poems and plays, films, musical works, works of art, drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures or architectural designs, as well as rules for games and computer programs. As a result of this differentiation, the management of these properties takes us to different bodies: on the one hand, the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (industrial property rights) and, on the other hand, the Intellectual Property Registry (intellectual property rights).
- Nationality: Acquisition, loss, recovery. Statelessness. Conflicts of jurisdiction.
- Civil law: Divorce, alimony, guardianship and custody.
- Immigration: Residence permits, roots, family reunification, asylum and refugee status.
- Criminal law: Traffic accidents, crimes against property, crimes against public health, forgery, crimes against honour, prison law.
- Company law: Drafting of articles of association, incorporation, amendments to articles of association, capital increase and drafting, monetary and non-monetary contributions, drafting of company minutes and certificates, dissolution and liquidation of companies.
- European Union Law: Its relationship with Spanish law and its respective application in Spanish jurisdiction.