María Luz Lorenzo
María Luz Lorenzo

Contact

mllorenzo@perezllorca.com
T: +34 91 426 01 47
F: +34 91 436 04 30
Paseo de la Castellana, 50
28046 Madrid
Spain

Practice areas

  • Arbitration
  • Litigation

Profile

María Luz Lorenzo joined Pérez-Llorca in July 2006, after having worked in Litigation and Arbitration for six years. During that time she specialised in proceedings regarding infringements of fundamental rights, particularly the right to honour, the right to privacy and the right to self-image. She also gave legal advice related to major private art collections and museums. She has extensive professional experience in litigation and arbitration and specialises in civil and commercial litigation and arbitration. In 2015, after having worked at Pérez-Llorca for nine years, she was promoted to Counsel of the Litigation and Arbitration practice.

Studies:

  • 2000 Advanced Course in Legal Practice, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • 1999 Degree in Law. Universidad Autónoma, Madrid

She speaks Spanish and English.

Experience

Litigation
María Luz has considerable experience in all types of judicial proceedings before the Spanish civil courts of all instances. She advises both national and international clients on litigious and pre-litigious matters, leading the legal advice on disputes arising from fundamental rights, construction contracts, infrastructure, energy, unfair competition, condominium property as well as disputes arising from corporate matters, insolvency, and inheritance law, among others.

Arbitration
María Luz also has experience in national and international, institutional and ad hoc arbitrations. She has taken part in important arbitrations before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Arbitration Court of Madrid (CAM), the Spanish Court of Arbitration (CEA) and the Commercial and Civil Arbitration Court (CIMA).

Academic and Publishing Collaborations

María Luz was a lecturer on Litigation and Arbitration for the Internal Practicum Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE) from 2007 to 2011.  In 2009, she spoke on “The efficiency of foreign judicial decisions regarding international procurement matters” for the Master’s degree in International Procurement at Fundación Carolina organised by The Madrid Bar Association.  She has also given classes for the Master’s degree for Access to the Legal Profession at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid on topics such as “Civil and Commercial Law.  Litigation and Arbitration” during 2014-2015 and “Forensic techniques and legal defence strategies” during 2015-2016.

She also actively participates in the firm’s internal training programmes.

Recent articles
María Luz has written various articles for specialist publications and press as well as for the newsletter published by the Litigation and Arbitration practice at the firm.  These articles include:

  • “Commentary to the EU Regulation 1215/2015 on Jurisdiction and Enforcement of Civil and Commercial Judgements” (“Comentario al Reglamento (UE) 1215/2012 relativo a la competencia judicial, el reconocimiento y la ejecución de resoluciones judiciales en material civil y mercantil”), Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, (2016). María Luz also coordinated this publication.
  • “Balance del primer año de aplicación en España del Reglamento Europeo de Sucesiones” Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi, No. 922, (22 September 2016).
  • “Aplicación de la normativa comunitaria que suprime el ʻexequaturʼ y otras novedades del Reglamento 1215/2012” Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi, No. 910, (23 July 2015).
  • “La disolución judicial de sociedades. Remedios procesales” Economist & Jurist, (July – August 2014).
  • “Aplicación de la doctrina del cumplimiento ficticio de condiciones suspensivas de naturaleza mixta voluntariamente incumplidas por una parte. Comentario a la sentencia 240/2013 de la Audiencia Provincial de Madrid, sección 13ª, de 5 de junio de 2013” Anuario de Práctica Contenciosa para Abogados. Los casos más relevantes sobre litigación y arbitraje en 2013 de los grandes despachos, La Ley (2014).
  • “Permuta de tipos de interés y vicios del consentimiento” Anuario de Práctica Contenciosa para Abogados. Los casos más relevantes sobre litigación y arbitraje en 2011 de los grandes despachos, La Ley (2012).
  • María Luz is also currently writing for the new edition of the “Spanish Arbitration Code” (“Código de Arbitraje”) which will be published by Thomson Reuters Aranzadi. She also contributed to the 2009 edition of the Code, also published by Aranzadi.

Professional Organisations

The Madrid Bar Association (ICAM).

Recognition

María Luz Lorenzo is listed by the legal directory Best Lawyers® for Arbitration and Mediation and International Arbitration.​

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Contact

mllorenzo@perezllorca.com
T: +34 91 426 01 47
F: +34 91 436 04 30
Paseo de la Castellana, 50
28046 Madrid
Spain

Profile

María Luz Lorenzo joined Pérez-Llorca in July 2006, after having worked in Litigation and Arbitration for six years. During that time she specialised in proceedings regarding infringements of fundamental rights, particularly the right to honour, the right to privacy and the right to self-image. She also gave legal advice related to major private art collections and museums. She has extensive professional experience in litigation and arbitration and specialises in civil and commercial litigation and arbitration. In 2015, after having worked at Pérez-Llorca for nine years, she was promoted to Counsel of the Litigation and Arbitration practice.

Studies:

  • 2000 Advanced Course in Legal Practice, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • 1999 Degree in Law. Universidad Autónoma, Madrid

She speaks Spanish and English.

Experience

Litigation
María Luz has considerable experience in all types of judicial proceedings before the Spanish civil courts of all instances. She advises both national and international clients on litigious and pre-litigious matters, leading the legal advice on disputes arising from fundamental rights, construction contracts, infrastructure, energy, unfair competition, condominium property as well as disputes arising from corporate matters, insolvency, and inheritance law, among others.

Arbitration
María Luz also has experience in national and international, institutional and ad hoc arbitrations. She has taken part in important arbitrations before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Arbitration Court of Madrid (CAM), the Spanish Court of Arbitration (CEA) and the Commercial and Civil Arbitration Court (CIMA).

Academic and Publishing Collaborations

María Luz was a lecturer on Litigation and Arbitration for the Internal Practicum Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE) from 2007 to 2011.  In 2009, she spoke on “The efficiency of foreign judicial decisions regarding international procurement matters” for the Master’s degree in International Procurement at Fundación Carolina organised by The Madrid Bar Association.  She has also given classes for the Master’s degree for Access to the Legal Profession at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid on topics such as “Civil and Commercial Law.  Litigation and Arbitration” during 2014-2015 and “Forensic techniques and legal defence strategies” during 2015-2016.

She also actively participates in the firm’s internal training programmes.

Recent articles
María Luz has written various articles for specialist publications and press as well as for the newsletter published by the Litigation and Arbitration practice at the firm.  These articles include:

  • “Commentary to the EU Regulation 1215/2015 on Jurisdiction and Enforcement of Civil and Commercial Judgements” (“Comentario al Reglamento (UE) 1215/2012 relativo a la competencia judicial, el reconocimiento y la ejecución de resoluciones judiciales en material civil y mercantil”), Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, (2016). María Luz also coordinated this publication.
  • “Balance del primer año de aplicación en España del Reglamento Europeo de Sucesiones” Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi, No. 922, (22 September 2016).
  • “Aplicación de la normativa comunitaria que suprime el ʻexequaturʼ y otras novedades del Reglamento 1215/2012” Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi, No. 910, (23 July 2015).
  • “La disolución judicial de sociedades. Remedios procesales” Economist & Jurist, (July – August 2014).
  • “Aplicación de la doctrina del cumplimiento ficticio de condiciones suspensivas de naturaleza mixta voluntariamente incumplidas por una parte. Comentario a la sentencia 240/2013 de la Audiencia Provincial de Madrid, sección 13ª, de 5 de junio de 2013” Anuario de Práctica Contenciosa para Abogados. Los casos más relevantes sobre litigación y arbitraje en 2013 de los grandes despachos, La Ley (2014).
  • “Permuta de tipos de interés y vicios del consentimiento” Anuario de Práctica Contenciosa para Abogados. Los casos más relevantes sobre litigación y arbitraje en 2011 de los grandes despachos, La Ley (2012).
  • María Luz is also currently writing for the new edition of the “Spanish Arbitration Code” (“Código de Arbitraje”) which will be published by Thomson Reuters Aranzadi. She also contributed to the 2009 edition of the Code, also published by Aranzadi.

Professional Organisations

The Madrid Bar Association (ICAM).

Recognition

María Luz Lorenzo is listed by the legal directory Best Lawyers® for Arbitration and Mediation and International Arbitration.​

Office

Madrid

Contact

mllorenzo@perezllorca.com
T: +34 91 426 01 47
F: +34 91 436 04 30
Paseo de la Castellana, 50
28046 Madrid

Spain

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