Mariano Martínez de Azagra Calonge is responsible partner of the Civil Procedural Law Department of Prime Legal Abogados.
Throughout his more than 20 years of professional experience at various legal firms, he has advised and defended all types of clients from private individuals to large multinational enterprises in all kinds of court proceedings as well as arbitration disputes and out-of-court negotiations.
His philosophy is based on the idea that legal proceedings are the final tool available to a client after exploring all feasible means of negotiation and offering solutions and possibilities always pursuant to the client’s interests.
Specifically, he has worked extensively on managing proceedings in civil courts and, particularly, monetary claims, conflicts relating to the early termination or interpretation of contracts, claims for damages, monetary and mortgage foreclosures, creditors meetings, corporate conflicts, inheritance issues, etc.
At the same time, his experience in procedural conflict resolution allows him to provide added value when advising on the negotiation, drafting and interpretation of all types of civil and commercial contracts.
And he always works with an up-close, friendly approach without disregard for diligence, dedication and speed in responding to clients’ demands.
Likewise, he has dedicated a large part of his career to teaching with practicum classes in Procedural Law at the ESADE Faculty of Law and the Higher Institute of Law and Economics (ISDE).
Bachelor degree of Laws, Complutense University of Madrid.
Bachelor degree of EU Laws, CEU San Pablo, Madrid.
Master in Legal Practice, Higher Institute of Law and Economics, Barcelona.
Preparation for state judicial career examinations for 3 years.
• The Coronavirus Crisis: Can the Parties to a Contract Terminate or Suspend Performance Due to the Current Situation?
• Evictions: Changes in the Procedural Streamlining Act.
• Is the Cancellation of a Mortgage Debt Possible Simply Through Voluntary Repossession? A Critical Study of Decision of 17 December 2010 by the Provincial Court of Navarre, Section Two.
• Conference on the Catalan Cultural Heritage Law at MONUMENTA (Association of Castle and Classified Heritage Building Owners of Catalonia).
Outside the world of law, he enjoys sports (golf, tennis, cycling), music and reading.