- Firms & the Bar
- Lawyer 2B
A more confident economy is raising expectations among Portugal’s lawyers, who had turned their gaze overseas
With a focus on internationalisation and a determination to forge bonds with clients, European firms are finding their City bases increasingly important
Privatisations and real estate offer optimism, as Portugal sets off on the long, hard road to recovery
Spain’s big four law firms are serious players on the European scene, but tough times have called for tough coping strategies
As Portuguese firms face liberalisation in a post-bailout world and the home market remains tough, many are setting their sights overseas
Portuguese firm PLMJ has set up a Swiss desk and opened an office in Lausanne in response to increasing amounts of work involving private clients with assets in Switzerland.
Slaughter and May best friend Uría Menéndez has reported the strongest figures of all the big four Spanish firms, hitting a revenue rise of 2.9 per cent for 2013.
Gomez-Acebo & Pombo managing partner Manuel Martín has had to lead his firm through the hardest of times, and make the toughest decisions in the process.
Equality between men and women was firmly addressed in Spain by a 2007 act on the effective equality between men and women.
A consistent message is that there is a rapidly approaching ‘data capacity crunch’.
This issue looks at some of the issues that will be prominent in the emerging financial environment and the developing products that are arising in the post recessionary global economy
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence is the global monthly publication from DLA Piper’s sports, media and entertainment group.
This handbook is designed to equip clients with a useful tool to assist them with the management of the early development stages of a promotion.
For most HR practitioners and in-house counsel, keeping abreast of domestic legal developments can be challenging. For those with a multi-national remit, the task is huge.
Investrónica filed an opposition to Olympus Imaging’s trademark application for the mark MICRO based on the prior Spanish registration for overlapping goods.
The GC confirmed the Board of Appeal’s decision and found that there was a likelihood of confusion between BIMBO DOUGHNUTS and DOGHNUTS.