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Carlos Salinas Adelantado
Carlos

Salinas Adelantado

Founding partner
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Languages

  • Spanish
  • English
  • Italian
  • French
  • Deutsch

Founding partner of MA Abogados, Carlos Salinas is Full Professor of Mercantile Law at the University of Valencia. In 1999, he founded the law firm Salinas Legal y Tributario S.L.P., whose fundamental philosophy is to furnish global legal advice of maximum quality. He has extensive experience in litigation and consultancy in Mercantile, Maritime and Economic Crime Law, having directed legal and arbitration issues at Spanish and international forums.

In 2011, as a founding partner, he embarked upon the project to create the new firm MA Abogados, made up of a group of practices desirous of creating a firm specialized in legal consultancy for medium and large companies, of national scope and international vocation.

Insolvency Practitioner, Consultancy Lawyer and Non-Director Secretary. Adviser to several stakeholder groups during the legislative process for the General Maritime Navigation Act Project and the Securities Market Act Reform Project.

He has seen the adviser on Spanish and Italian Law in relation to bank guarantees for the German Association of Savings Banks. Course director for the Master’s on Maritime Law. He has given conferences and courses at different universities, bar associations, colleges of notaries and registrars, as well as different banking entities.

Education

Degree in Law summa cum laude from the University of Valencia (1987-1992).

Doctorate in Law. Università degli Studi di Bologna (Italy). 1995.

He has carried out postgraduate studies at the University of Bologna, the International Court of Justice at The Hague, the Max Planck Institute of Private International Law and Comparative Law at Hamburg, the University of Mainz, and the Institute of Banking Law of the German Association of Savings Banks.

Society

Member of the Bar Association of Valencia.
Member of the Spanish Maritime Law Association.

Publishing

General Maritime Insurance Provisions, in “The General Maritime Navigation Act Pre-Project” by various authors, Bilbao, 2006.

“Concordance and discordance between the Rotterdam Rules and the General Maritime Navigation Act Project”, in ADM, 2010.

“In rem guarantees in the Insolvency Act”, in Volume dedicated to Professor Olivencia, by various authors.

“Basic principles applicable to the effects of the tender on contracts” in ADCo, 24, 2011

“The legal regime in the pledge of marketable securities”. Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 1996, 500 pp.

Collaboration with the project “Verordnungsmäßige ausländische Sicherheiten in der EU”, under the direction of Prof. Dr. R. WELTER, professor of mercantile law at the University of Potsdam

“Il pegno ‘omnibus’”, in: Banca, borsa e titoli di credito, 1997, pp. 603-622

“Company law and the securities market (Changes in the Share Companies Act introduced by Act 37/98 of the 16th of November, on Reform of the Securities Market Act, and Act 50/98, accompanying the General Budget)”, in: Law (“La Ley”). Co-authored with Prof. Dr. FRANCISCO VICENT CHULIA

“The reform of the Securities Market Act”. Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 1999, 535 pp. Co-authored with MR. PERE KIRCHNER

“The new regulations for deposit guarantee funds”, in: Banking and Stock Market Law Review (“Revista de Derecho Bancario y Bursátil”), n. 66., 1997, pp. 431-475

“The concept of marketable security”, in: Banking and Stock Market Law Review (“Revista de Derecho Bancario y Bursátil”), n. 63, 1996, pp. 609-648

Deregulation and neo-regulation in the securities market”, in: Mercantile Law Review (“Revista de Derecho Mercantil”), Doctrinal Section, n. 224, 1997, pp. 709-773

Book chapter: Collaboration in drafting arts. 5 to 9 of the Insurance Contracts Act (“LCS”), in the volume “The insurance contract in the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court”, by various authors. Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 1996, 500 pp. 81-104

“The formal or consensual nature of the land transport insurance contract: A question not at all “academic””, in: General Law Review (“Revista General de Derecho”), Financial Market and Mercantile Contracting section, n. 643, April, 1998, pp. 4001-4031.

Teaching colaboration

Full Professor in Mercantile Law at the University of Valencia.

Course director for the Master’s on Maritime Law.

He has given conferences and courses at different universities, bar associations, Colleges of Notaries and Registrars, as well as different banking entities.

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