Sara Estima Martins, a partner from PLMJ EU and Competition, has
received a Client Choice Award from International Law Office (ILO)
for the excellence and quality of the legal services she provided
to PLMJ clients in the area of competition law in 2016.
With more than 2500 nominations submitted, Sara has now joined
the elite group of the world's best competition lawyers.
These international awards highlight the relationship between
lawyer and client and the lawyer's capacity to understand and
keep up-to-date with their client's businesses and markets.
Above all, the awards recognise the lawyer's capacity to add
value to the client's businesses and activities.
PLMJ partners Pedro Melo, Tiago Duarte and Manuel Lopes Rocha
have also received Client Choice Awards in previous years for
public law, arbitration and intellectual property law.
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