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Larger Law Firms Offer Clients A Broader Range Of Knowledge
Good external lawyers are aware that their added value will be the practical insight they can offer into enforcement and court practice, says Samsung's Carla de Abreu Lopes
Portugal
22 Jun 2018
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Law Firms Should Be Speedy, Efficient And ‘Keep It Simple'
In terms of the qualities that are desired, flexibility is another key attribute when looking for external advisers, according to Collard.
Portugal
20 Jun 2018
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Law Firms Should Help Clients, Not Put Up Obstacles
Good lawyers should be able to help their clients solve problems and provide practical advice that can be easily implemented, says Hiscox's Mónica Calonje Conde
Spain
19 Jun 2018
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Speculation Mounts That More US And UK Firms Could Open In Spain
Meanwhile, multinational companies that operate in Spain, or Spanish companies that go overseas, demand legal advisers with a global outlook, says Herbert Smith Freehills Madrid managing partner Miguel Riaño.
Spain
26 Feb 2018
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Law Firms With Strong Brands ‘Able To Charge Higher Fees'
Uría Menendez remains top Spanish brand, while EY and PwC's profiles are growing – meanwhile, VdA is now the leading brand in Portugal
Spain
21 Feb 2018
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Special Focus: Africa 2017: Seeking New Markets
Though their main focus has traditionally been on oil-related work in lusophone Africa, Portuguese law firms are beginning to strengthen their African corporate restructuring and litigation practices –
Portugal
18 Aug 2017
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Barcelona Annual Report 2017: A New Beginning?
The innovative nature of the Barcelona economy is both a benefit and a burden for lawyers in the Catalan capital – meanwhile, if Catalonia was to achieve independence, the effect on its law firms...
Spain
18 Aug 2017
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Global Firms Following DLA Piper And Opening In Portugal ‘Not Ruled Out'
Opportunities in the areas of real estate, finance and venture capital could lead to other international law firms launching operations in Lisbon.
Portugal
17 Aug 2017
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Tax Regime For Portuguese Law Firms ‘Could Change In A Year'
Under the current regime for Portuguese law firms, law firms are required to distribute all of their profits each year.
Portugal
26 Apr 2017
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Tax Annual Report 2017: Worth The Trouble?
In this context, some lawyers suggest that law firms could cease investing in their tax departments because of the potential liabilities or even go as far as to scrap them altogether.
Spain
26 Apr 2017
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/Portugal: Law Firms May Consider Cutting Tax Teams Due To Reputational Risk
Fears that tax-related legal advice could be interpreted as tax evasion, with the result that law firms could suffer irreparable damage to their reputation.
Spain
25 Apr 2017
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/Portugal: Litigation & ADR Annual Report 2016: Getting Squeezed
Law firms that defend clients in class actions are buckling under the weight of the thousands of claims they have to contend with – consequently they face the choice of turning down work due to lack of resources or bolstering their teams to meet demand
Spain
25 Apr 2017
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‘We Want Firms That Specialise In Us'
ANA uses two of three trusted firms to avoid having to repeatedly explain its business to new external lawyers, says the company's head of legal Francisco Sebastian
Portugal
24 Apr 2017
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Law Firms That Don't Listen, Or Fail To Deliver On Time, Cause Frustration
Thales Portugal wants to use firms that are ethical, innovative and provide good value for money, says general counsel Paulo Lino Martins
Portugal
3 Mar 2017
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Firm In Transition - Ashurst
Major changes are taking place at Ashurst at a global level as the firm reviews its management and equity structures – meanwhile, the firm's Spanish office is also taking steps to alter its working practices to maximise cross-selling opportunities.
Spain
11 Nov 2016
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Spain/Portugal: Global Annual Report 2016: Shaken Up
Exactly how the international business of Spanish and Portuguese law firms will be impacted by Brexit is, as yet, unclear.
Worldwide
10 Nov 2016
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When Seeking Opportunities Abroad, We Favour Local Firms For Due Diligence
When Redes Energéticas Nacionais is looking for new business in foreign jurisdictions, it prefers to use lawyers that are close to the target of the deal, says Marta Almeida Afonso.
Portugal
8 Nov 2016
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Spain/Portugal: External Investment In Law Firms Can Make Them More Innovative
Law firms' inability to innovate is due to their "short-termism" – partners have little incentive to build-up the long-term value of their firm as a business
Spain
7 Nov 2016
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Spain/Portugal: Opportunity Knocks
Brexit could have a damaging effect on the Iberian economies and the future looks very uncertain – however, it also presents opportunities for Spanish and Portuguese law firms as well as potentially making Iberia a more attractive business base
Spain
7 Nov 2016
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Partner Income Growing But Most Would Join Rivals For More Money
Two-thirds of partners at law firms in Spain experienced a rise in their income in the last year, but the majority would consider joining another firm if it meant their remuneration increased, new research by Iberian Lawyer reveals.
Spain
7 Nov 2016
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