Partners


Adolfo Martos Gross (1970)

Partner

amg@gam-abogados.com

Specialisations:

Civil, commercial, town planning and real estate tax law.

Education and training

Degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid (1988-1993).

Diploma in Company Law from San Pablo CEU University (1988-1994).

Diploma in Town Planning and Real Estate Development from Instituto de Práctica Empresarial business school (2006).

Higher Diploma in Real Estate Tax Policy (2007) and Town Planning Compulsory Purchases (2007) from ESESA business school.

Higher Diploma in Bankruptcy Law (2011-2012). Instituto Superior de Estudios locales ISEL. Diputación de Málaga.

Executive Program in Business Administration PIDE (2013-2014), Instituto Internacional San Telmo, Málaga.

Professional career:

Founding partner of the firm in 1997. Prior to that he worked as an employed lawyer with another firm.

Teaching work:

Associate lecturer at the National Distance Learning University in Malaga (1996-2000).

Languages:

Spanish and English.


“I have always thought that complacency is a constant threat to lawyer’s effectiveness. Those who settle for the first solution offered in law, without striving to compare other options, not just those dictated by statute but also those guided by their conscience, run the risk of causing their clients harm. Anyone who thinks that experience under the belt is enough to solve a problem is mistaken. Anyone who takes the advice of an expert in legal matters without verifying it by his or her own means is wrong. The only way to get things right is wrestling with the problem, hands on, turning it over and over in your mind, standing in your client’s shoes, exploring every avenue in terms of study and also sources of advice … None of this can be achieved through complacency.”

-Adolfo Martos Gross

The only way to get things right is wrestling with the problem, hands on, turning it over and over in your mind, standing in your client’s shoes

Rafael Gutiérrez Del Álamo Cerrato (1969)

Partner

rgac@gam-abogados.com

Specialisations:

Civil, commercial, criminal law.

Education and training:

Law degree from the University of Malaga (1994).

Doctoral courses at the University of Malaga (2006-2007).

Doctoral studies at the Commercial Law Department of the Complutense University of Madrid. (2008).

Masters in Business Viability of Creditors’ Agreements organised by the Department of Finance and Accounting at the University of Malaga (2009).

PhD candidate at the Department of Commercial Law of the School of Law of the Complutense University of Madrid. Director of the thesis, Professor, Ms Juana Pulgar Exquerra. Title of the thesis: “Restructuring of firms in difficulty” (2011).

Professional career:

Founding partner of the firm in 1997. Prior to that he worked as an employed lawyer with another firm.

Languages:

Spanish and English.


“In my relationship with clients, I always keep two goals in mind. First of all, I try to make the client feel at ease, calm and in the loop. If there is a problem, I do everything possible to make sure he can leave it in our hands in the confidence that I will implement every means possible in law to resolve it. Secondly, I analyze how to resolve the difficulty or carry out the commission entrusted to us from a practical and objective standpoint. Whenever I see that there is little or no chance of success or that the work to be undertaken will not generate added value, I make the client aware of this at the earliest opportunity. It is never easy to take decisions like these, but then being a lawyer is a lifestyle choice”

-Rafael Gutiérrez del Álamo

Whenever I see that there is little or no chance of success or that the work to be undertaken will not generate added value, I make the client aware of this at the earliest opportunity