Legal Notice

 

1. General information and consent

The purpose of these provisions is to regulate the use of the service of the website www.iterlaw.es/com, (hereinafter, the “Website”), which comprises all the pages and content owned by Iter Law & Partners, S.L.P. (hereinafter, “ITER Law”).

The owner of the present Website is Iter Law & Partners, S.L.P., with professional address at calle Antonio Maura 4, 2ª planta 28014 Madrid (Madrid); phone number +34 910468208, e-mail: iterlaw@iterlaw.es; registered with the Commercial of Registry Madrid, under Volume 35.792, Sheet 175; Section 8, Page number M-643121, Entry 1, and holder of C.I.F. B87785770.

The use of this Website, as well as of the services available herein to the user, implies the full consent of each and all of the general conditions and policies of this legal notice (hereinafter, the “Legal Notice”), as modified from time to time. The user should be aware of the importance of reading the Legal Notice upon each visit to the Website.

2. Intellectual property and copyright

All the contents of the Website, including, but not limited to, texts, images, photographs, icons, video and sound segments and any other materials on the Website (hereinafter, the “Content”) have been created by ITER Law or have been assigned, licensed, transferred or authorized to ITER Law by its owners and/or assignees.

Trademarks, commercial names or distinguishing signs are owned by ITER Law or by third parties. The user shall refrain from using the name, trademarks or distinguishing signs property of ITER Law without its express and written consent.

In the event any user or third party deems that Website’s Content violates its copyright or other intellectual rights, kindly address this to the contact information under Provision 1.

3. Website’s conditions of use

The user undertakes to use appropriately the Website in accordance with applicable law and this Legal Notice. The user shall be liable to ITER Law or any third party for any damages that may arise as a consequence of the breach of such obligation.

Access to this Website is the user’s sole responsibility. ITER Law shall not be held liable for potential damages arising from interferences, omissions, computer virus or shutdowns resulting from causes beyond ITER Law’s control, nor for damages caused by third parties trough illegitimate intromissions.

ITER Law makes its best efforts to avoid any mistake in the content of this Website. The Access to the Website does not imply ITER Law’s obligation to verify the veracity, accuracy, suitability and update of the information provided. The content of this Website is intended as general information and in no event can be deemed as the rendering of legal or tax advice. ITER Law shall not be deemed responsible for decisions made based on the information provided in this Website, nor shall it be liable for damages to the user or third parties as a result of actions solely based on the information provided in this Website.

The Website includes links or even search tools that allows the user to access other webpages in the Internet. In such cases, ITER Law acts as an intermediary service provider, in accordance with article 17 of the Act 24/2002, July 12, of Information Society Services and shall only be held liable for contents and services provided in the links as long as it has effective knowledge of the illegality and has not removed the link with due diligence. In the event that the user considers that there are links with illegal or inappropriate content, it shall inform ITER Law, which will in no event imply the obligation to remove the link.

In no event does the existence of the links imply the existence of agreements with the owners or managers thereof, nor the alignment of ITER Law with the manifestations, content or services provided therein, nor with any recommendations made therein.

ITER Law reserves the right to update, modify or remove the information of this Website, and to limit or restrict its access, which it may do at any moment and without prior notice.

4. Cookies’ policy

ITER Law uses storage and data recovery devices that are installed in the hard drive of the user while browsing the Website, and which are recalled later (“Cookies”). In any event, Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and do not enable personal identification. Cookies do not harm the user’s device and are, moreover, useful as they help to identify errors and improve users’ experience. Except if the user has disabled the use of Cookies in its browser settings, the system will use Cookies when the user visits the Website.

The user may modify its browser’s settings to be informed of the use of Cookies and to prevent their installation in the hard drive. However, the change in settings may entail a decrease in quality of the Website’s performance.

The Cookies Policy of the Website may be updated. For this reason, we recommend the user reviewing this Policy each time it accesses the Website to be properly informed on how and with which purpose we use Cookies.

Should you have any doubt, comment or suggestion on the Cookies Policy, please contact us at the following e-mail address: iterlaw@iterlaw.es.

5. Jurisdiction and applicable legislation

This Legal Notice shall be governed by Spanish Law. ITER Law and the users of the Website agree that any discrepancy that may arise related to the construction, fulfilment and/or execution of the present provisions will be expressly resolved by the competent Courts and Tribunals of Madrid (city), and the parties expressly waive their rights to any other jurisdiction.

 

Use of cookies

This Website uses cookies to analyze the use with the aim to improve your visit. Should you continue navigating, we will deem that you consent the use. Further information is provided in the Legal Notice.