Nadja Vietz manages our Barcelona office. She is a lawyer qualified to practice in Germany, Spain and Washington (U.S.) and has extensive experience of more than 20 years of practice in both the US and Spain which she uses to advise her American and European clients in covering their international legal needs and achieving their international goals. She is uniquely equipped to help our clients in cross-border transactions, probate and estate matters, as well as legal disputes, and constantly draws from her broad international law knowledge and personal experience of working in multicultural environments.

Vietz splits her work evenly between assisting our corporate as well as private clients. She currently leads our Corporate & Business Transactions team and regularly assists corporate clients in their Foreign Direct Investments in Spain. In her corporate practice, Vietz’s core competencies are cross-border M&A transactions in a variety of industries as well as commercial contracts, corporate, regulatory, and intellectual property law.

Vietz is also member of our Estate Planning and Probate group and has extensive experience working with her private clients, ranging from investors with modest estates to high net-worth individuals and families with large and complex holdings which need assistance in complex cross-border financial and personal affairs. Vietz has assisted her clients in estate planning, business succession planning, gift and estate tax matters, as well as international probate matters in complex intestate and testate cases with cross-border references.

She is an active member of the American Bar Association, the Bar Association of Barcelona (ICAB), the Bar Association of Frankfurt am Main and the Washington State Bar Association (former Secretary of the International Section). She also served as President of the Junior Entrepreneur Association of Barcelona and is currently a member of the Asociación Económica Hispano Suiza.

Nadja studied law at the universities of Leipzig (Germany) and Le Havre (France) and passed the bar exam in Washington State (U.S.).

She speaks German, Spanish and English.