Jose Ramón joined Osborne Clarke Spain in 1999. He is a lawyer with wide-ranging experience in direct and indirect taxation.
He advises on a broad scope of corporate and personal tax issues, including cross-border tax planning for companies and individuals.
Jose Ramón is a law graduate from the European Institute of Law and Economy, Barcelona, and the National University of Distance Education (UNED), Madrid, with a postgraduate in taxation (AGT) at the ESADE Business School, Barcelona.
He is a member of the Bar Association of Barcelona.
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