At López-Ibor Abogados we specialize in business law. After more than 20 years’ experience, we have positioned ourselves as a leading firm both nationally and internationally.
After two successful decades under the name Ventura Garcés López-Ibor, and after a process of change, learning and improvement, we have reinvented ourselves to face the changes in the current legal model and the advancement of technology.
López-Ibor has offices in Madrid and Valencia, as well as a wide network of Best Friends at a national and international level. We have a multidisciplinary team of more than 40 lawyers with a strong international profile, great experience in their areas of specialization and knowledge of the different sectors in which we work.
López-Ibor has been recognized as a leading full-service firm, by the most prestigious international rankings such as, Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, IFLR100, World Tax and Best Lawyers
Trust: We are transparent with our fees and rigorously meet deadlines.
Effectiveness: We adjust to the pace set by the business world, offering practical and concrete solutions that suit your business.
Excellence: Quality taken to the maximum: this is what excellence is. If we demand the best, we will give the best.
Passion: Our involvement in what we do is the result of energy and satisfaction in our work.
We are firmly committed to being a socially responsible company. It is a long-term strategy, a culture that permeates the entire firm and which aims not only to serve society, but also to improve the lives of our lawyers.
Part of the actions we carry out are pro bono work, providing free advice to facilitate access to justice and give voice to those who do not have one.
But these are not the only actions that we take; we also focus on the training of our professionals through awareness-raising sessions, and we sponsor charity activities and events.
Part of our corporate philosophy and CSR policies is to identify the impact that we may have on the environment in order to prevent it and mitigate its possible consequences, applying environmental criteria in all planning and decision-making processes in matters that affect the environment.