- Firms & the Bar
- Lawyer 2B
Early repayment of its bailout and solid M&A interest from foreign investors have brought optimism to Portugal’s lawyers.
Brazil may be hogging the limelight right now, but its neighbours should not be ignored. The rest of Latin America deserves investors’ attention too
Despite restrictions on foreign lawyers setting up shop in Mozambique, the region’s historical and linguistic links with Portugal offer a host of international benefits
Forget the ‘pain in Spain’ and those deserted villa newsfeeds, say Spanish lawyers – reforms are paying off and investors are showing their faces again
A more confident economy is raising expectations among Portugal’s lawyers, who had turned their gaze overseas
Spanish firm Pérez-Llorca has confirmed plans to open a foreign office in New York in the fourth quarter of this year, in a bid to gain more US related work and expand its presence in Latin America.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and Slaughter and May have taken the lead roles on Santander Asset Management’s multi-billion euro merger with Pioneer Investments.
Portuguese firm PLMJ is set to open its doors in London this year with a representative office led by Hugo Rosa Ferreira to capture a greater volume of work from the London legal market.
Court of Justice of the European Union dismisses Spain’s challenge to the legality of the regulations establishing the unitary patent.
With its comprehensive review the Spanish legislator seeks to achieve three goals.
The CJEU has handed down its decision on an appeal brought by MEGA Brands International regarding the refusal of its application for the Community trademark MAGNEXT.
An estranged father has won his battle to have his case heard in the Court of Appeal.
Since the entry into force of the amendments, the International Bureau at the request of applicants continues to consider applications for the international protection of trademarks filed with irregularities
The project foresees the construction of a new town district in the outskirts of Madrid where all the courts of justice of the capital will be gathered.
Spain has some of the strictest data protection laws in Europe.
Governments’ efforts to curb what they perceive to be aggressive international tax planning is leading many multinational companies to question their tax advice.