Legal notice

1. General information and acceptance

The purpose of these provisions is to regulate the use of the website, (the “Website”). The Website means all of the pages and content owned by Iter Law & Partners, S.L.P. (“ITER Law”).

The owner of this Website is ITER LAW & PARTNERS, S.L.P., with registered office at Calle Antonio Maura 4, 2a planta 28014 Madrid (Madrid); phone number 910468208; email:; registered in the Madrid Companies House in Volume 35792, Page 175, Section 8, sheet number M-643121, Entry 1; and with Tax Identification Number B87785770.

The use of this Website, as well as the services that it makes available to the user, will imply full acceptance of each of the general conditions and policies contained in this legal notice (the “Legal Notice”), which may be modified periodically. The user must be aware of the importance of reading the Legal Notice each time they visit the Website.

2. Intellectual property and copyright

The contents of the Website (the “Content”) include but are not limited to the texts, images, photographs, icons, video and audio clips, and other materials found on the Website. All of the Content has been created by ITER Law or assigned, licensed, transferred, or authorised to ITER Law by its owners or assignees.

The trademarks, trade names, or distinctive signs are owned by ITER Law or third parties. The user may not use the name, trademarks, or distinctive signs owned by ITER Law without its express written consent.

If any user or third party considers that the Content of the Website violates their copyrights or other rights protected by intellectual property, please inform us through the contact information indicated in Section 1.

3. Terms of use of the website

The user agrees to use the Website correctly, in accordance with applicable law and this Legal Notice. The user will be liable to ITER Law or to third parties for any damages that may be caused as a result of the breach of such obligation.

Access to this Website is the sole responsibility of the users. ITER Law will not be responsible for any possible damages that may result from interference, omissions, computer viruses, or disconnections due to causes beyond the control of ITER Law, or for other damages caused by third parties through illegitimate interference.

ITER Law makes every effort to avoid any errors in the contents of this Website. Access to the Website does not imply an obligation on the part of ITER Law to verify the veracity, accuracy, appropriateness, and timeliness of the information provided. The contents of this Website are general in nature and in no way constitute the provision of legal or tax advisory services of any kind. ITER Law is not responsible for decisions made based on the information provided on the Website, or for any damages caused to the user or third parties due to actions based solely on the information obtained on the Website.

The Website includes technical links and even search engines allowing the user to access other websites on the internet. In these cases, ITER Law acts as a provider of intermediation services in accordance with article 17 of Law 24/2002, of 12 July, on Information Society Services (Ley 24/2002, de 12 de julio, de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información,“LSSI”) and will only be responsible for contents and services provided on the linked websites to the extent that it has effective knowledge of the illegality and has not deactivated the link with due diligence. If the user considers that there is a linked site with illegal or inappropriate content, they will notify ITER Law; under no circumstances will this notice entail an obligation to remove the relevant link.

The existence of linked websites should under no circumstances be taken to imply the existence of agreements with the owners or persons responsible for such websites, nor ITER Law’s agreement with the statements, content, or services provided, nor its recommendation.

ITER Law reserves the right to update, modify, or delete the information on this Website; to limit or not allow access to such information; and to use such power at any time and without prior notice.

4. Cookies policy

ITER Law will use data recovery and storage devices that are installed on the user’s hard drive while browsing the Website and will remember them later (“Cookies”). In any event, these Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and do not allow for their personal identification. Cookies do not harm the user’s device and are useful in helping to identify errors and improve the user’s browsing experience. Unless the user has configured their browser to disable Cookies, the system will use Cookies when visiting the Website.

The user can modify their browser’s configuration settings to notify them when Cookies are received and prevent them from being installed on the hard drive. However, this may decrease the quality of the operation of the Website.

It is possible that we will update the Website’s Cookies Policy. Therefore, we recommend that the user review this Policy every time they access the Website, in order to stay adequately informed about how and for what purpose we use Cookies.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about the Cookies Policy, you can contact us at the email address “

5. Jurisdiction and applicable law

This Legal Notice is governed by Spanish law. ITER Law and the users of the Website agree that for any dispute that may arise regarding the construal, compliance, or execution of these rules, they expressly submit to the jurisdiction of the competent judges and courts of Madrid, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may apply.