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Tomás Vaquer Domenéch

LAWYER

Tomás Vaquer Domenéch

Lawyer, recorded in the Balearic Bar Association.

Challenges and complex issues are his passion, which makes him a very versatile lawyer. As litigator of disputes, he skillfully applies his ability and longlasting experience - the condition of being fully involved with the client and the facts of the case - enables him to achieve a high level of effort and commitment in every problematic issue whose resolution is entrusted to him.


Specialty

• Trade law

• Criminal law

• Civil law

• Family law


Languages

• English

• Spanish

• Catalan


Education

• 1985 - 1990 Law at the Complutense University in Madrid.

• 1990 Course on Monetary and Financial Integration in the EU

• 1994 Course on European Law

• 1995 Course on Procedure/modus operandi in EU Law


Further courses and seminars

• 1991 - 1992 Competitive examination for Senior Technician on the Balearic Islands (State position)

• 1992 - 1993 Preparation to take competitive examination for public prosecutor position

• 1991 Accepted to the Bar in the Balearic Islands


Employment

• 1993 Practicing lawyer on the Balearic Islands in the areas of civil, criminal and commercial law

• 1990 - 1992 Gained work experience in criminal law with Antonio Albrertí Caimari

• 1992 - 1994 Partnership with Mr. Pablo Mir Capella in Palma de Mallorca specialising in banking and comercial law

• 1994 - 1996 Collaboration with the Navas law firm, located in Palma de Mallorca and specialised in employment law

• 1996 - 1998 Partner of the Quirós-Vaquer law firm in Palma de Mallorca

• 1998 - 2002 Participant in the Grimalt y Asociados law firm situated in Palma de Mallorca specialised in foreign investment

• Partner at AREA LEGAL legal practice in Palma, specialising in insolvency law

• Currently partner of the IURISCONCEPT law firm located in Palma, Paseo del Borne 14-3º, which covers civil, commercial, criminal, urban law, etc, alongside economists and labour relations and social security law consultants