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The identification information required under Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, and Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the Internal Market (Directive on electronic commerce) is provided below:



1.1 Identification

This website is managed by LEHCAB SLP, located at C/ Ferraz 31, 28008 Madrid (Spain).

LEHCAB was formerly called “Lehmann&Cabaleiro Abogados SCP” and “Lehmann&Cabaleiro Abogados SLP”.

The firm is registered in the Companies Registry of Madrid, volume 27289, folio 56, section 8, page M-491668, entry 1.

The firm is registered in the Professional Association Registry of the Bar Association of Madrid, no. 586.


1.2 Tax Identification/VAT Number

LEHCAB SLP’s Tax Identification (NIF)/VAT Number is B-85795425.


1.3 Contact Information

Ferraz 31 – 28008 Madrid (Spain)

(+34) 91 435 07 64


1.4 Professional Data

The people responsible for providing professional services at the firm are licensed practising attorneys who hold a Bachelor of Laws issued in Spain.

The professional regulations that apply for providing legal services are essentially the following:

Essential principles the European legal profession and Code of Conduct for European Practitioners of Law passed at the full session of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe on 24 November 2006.

Code of Conduct for European Practitioners of Law, approved at the full session of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe on 28 October 1988.

General Statute of Spanish Practitioners of Law, approved by Royal Decree 658/2001 of 22 June.

Code of Ethics of Spanish Practitioners of Law, approved at the Full Session of the General Council of Spanish Practitioners of Law on 6 March 2019.

Organic Law 6/1985 of 1 July of the Judiciary.

Law 1/2000 of 7 January on Civil Procedure.

Law 34/2006 of 30 October on access to becoming an Attorney and an Attorney of the Courts.

Law 2/2007 of 15 March on Professional Associations.



The authentic version of this website is the one indicated through domains LEHCAB.COM and LEH-CAB.COM.

Any other address indicating this website is not under the control or responsibility of LEHCAB, SLP.



Surface or deep links or hyperlinks contained in this website do not imply any relationship between LEHCAB and those responsible for it. LEHCAB is not under the control of said destinations, and cannot guarantee their functioning or that their content is up to date. Likewise, LEHCAB is not connected to any third-party cookies and privacy policies that may be linked in.

Similarly, there is no relationship whatsoever between LEHCAB and third-party services containing links or hyperlinks leading to this website.



The intellectual property rights holder of this website and its contents is LEHCAB SLP.

Any act of exploitation, and particularly the reproduction, distribution, public communication (including making available), or transformation must be expressly authorised in writing by LEHCAB SLP.

In the case of doctrine reviews and papers published on this website, while the file containing them is available through the LEHCAB.COM domain, they may be freely distributed providing that their integrity and layout are preserved. The establishment of links to them, their physical distribution, and sending by email, even through distribution lists, are particularly authorised. However they may not be made available on third-party websites (except through the mentioned links) or file exchange networks, nor may the texts be fully or partially transferred to a file other than that available at the aforementioned domains. Any opinion found in these documents does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any LEHCAB client.



LEHCAB does not collect personal data through this website without the knowledge and consent of the user. In regard to sending applications by professionals or students by email, processing will be carried out according to the authorization to be attached in each case, as explained in the “careers” section:

Authorization of professionals / Authorization of students.

In any case that data is processed by LEHCAB, including that referred to in the cookie policy expressed below, the user may exercise his/her rights of access, modification, elimination, opposition, processing limitation, revocation of consent and transfer through the email address privacy@lehcab.com. Users may also obtain further information about their rights and, if desired, file a claim through the competent authorities. In the case of Spain, this may be addressed to the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (Spanish Data Protection Agency).

Cookie policy

Pursuant to Article 29 of Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and Article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, LEHCAB informs you that the only (proprietary or third-party) cookies used on this website other than those exceptionally provided for under said regulations (exempt from the obligation of obtaining express consent for use, according to the criterion of “WP29 –Article 29 Working Party”, now known as “CEPD – European Data Protection Committee”) are the Google Analytics cookies listed below:***

It is necessary to process the data that is obtained for the purposes indicated in each of the cookies listed above. The legal basis is your consent which is given by clicking on the button on the initial banner. LEHCAB does not communicate or transfer this data internationally. Google, who is responsible for its proprietary cookies, provides information about its policy at the following site: xxxxxxxxxxx.

The proprietary (exempt) cookies used are the following:

Dark_mode: remember viewing preference

FL: determine the behaviour of the initial transition.

LEHCAB may analyse anonymous data on a number of accesses, visited pages and sections, visitor activity, and use frequency. Bear in mind that when you access websites, you may accept, reject, and discriminate cookies through your browser’s settings options.