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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...
Iberian Lawyer
In-house lawyers that used to work at law firms know when external lawyers are billing for time unnecessarily, says Siemens Gamesa's Javier Cabezudo.
Iberian Lawyer
Although the proportion of women partners at law firms in Iberia is on the rise, only one in six partners in Spain, for example, is a woman – given that most law graduates are women...
Iberian Lawyer
Most businesses in Spain and Portugal have recently dropped at least one of their external legal advisers due to poor service or because they found a cheaper option
Iberian Lawyer
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.
Iberian Lawyer
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.
Iberian Lawyer
Orange faces a consistent flow of litigation and therefore favours external firms with branch offices across Spain, says legal commercial general counsel Antonio García Martinez.
Iberian Lawyer
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
Iberian Lawyer
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
Iberian Lawyer
Most associates want to work fewer hours, while a significant number want more tools to help them work remotely – but most are happy with the firm they joined, says new study.
Iberian Lawyer
Machine intelligence is replacing humans in many areas of the law, but leading 'superstar' lawyers may be able to use technology to earn even greater rewards.
Iberian Lawyer
Major law firms in Madrid grew in the last year with transactional activity driving healthy increases in revenue – however fee pressure persists, while the ‘war for talent' escalates.
Iberian Lawyer
More businesses in Spain and Portugal instructing white collar crime lawyers as investigations into financial mismanagement during the crisis increase.
Iberian Lawyer
Most partners agree that law firms can prosper by drawing up strategic plans, so why aren't all firms adopting them?
Iberian Lawyer
Law firm training programmes now include more instruction in non-legal skills due to worries that law courses are "woefully inadequate" preparation for a career in a modern law firm
Iberian Lawyer
Amid fears that AI will mean law firm associates are laid off, leading firms in Spain in Portugal insist lawyers will not be replaced by machines, though security risks exist.
Iberian Lawyer
Expansion will be the buzzword in the Spanish legal market next year, with the majority of firms anticipating an increase in profits, revenues and headcount.
Iberian Lawyer
New ranking of law firm brands in Iberia reveals that Uría Menéndez and PLMJ are the top brands in Spain and Portugal respectively.
Iberian Lawyer
A total of 40 per cent of law firms in Spain and Portugal have increased their budgets for marketing, communications and business development in the last year, but all firms are suffering from a high turnover of staff in these areas, according to new research conducted by Iberian Lawyer.
Iberian Lawyer
Exactly how the international business of Spanish and Portuguese law firms will be impacted by Brexit is, as yet, unclear.
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Iberian Lawyer
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...
Iberian Lawyer
Although the proportion of women partners at law firms in Iberia is on the rise, only one in six partners in Spain, for example, is a woman – given that most law graduates are women...
Iberian Lawyer
Most businesses in Spain and Portugal have recently dropped at least one of their external legal advisers due to poor service or because they found a cheaper option
Iberian Lawyer
In-house lawyers that used to work at law firms know when external lawyers are billing for time unnecessarily, says Siemens Gamesa's Javier Cabezudo.
Iberian Lawyer
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
Iberian Lawyer
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
Iberian Lawyer
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.
Iberian Lawyer
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.
Iberian Lawyer
Amid fears that AI will mean law firm associates are laid off, leading firms in Spain in Portugal insist lawyers will not be replaced by machines, though security risks exist.
Iberian Lawyer
Machine intelligence is replacing humans in many areas of the law, but leading 'superstar' lawyers may be able to use technology to earn even greater rewards.
Iberian Lawyer
Orange faces a consistent flow of litigation and therefore favours external firms with branch offices across Spain, says legal commercial general counsel Antonio García Martinez.
Iberian Lawyer
A total of 40 per cent of law firms in Spain and Portugal have increased their budgets for marketing, communications and business development in the last year, but all firms are suffering from a high turnover of staff in these areas, according to new research conducted by Iberian Lawyer.
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