Mondaq All Regions - Spain: Law Department Performance
Iberian Lawyer
Having a lawyer who adds value, responds quickly and who offers a high-quality service at a good price, are the most important considerations, says Exterion's Juan José Hijas Galvez.
Iberian Lawyer
A relationship-only approach is increasingly uncommon among clients and is being replaced by a professional, business-driven method of sourcing legal services, says Silvia Hodges Silverstein.
Iberian Lawyer
The workflow for law firms in Madrid is looking much healthier than it did 12 months ago – however, this is posing difficulties for managing partners who now have to consider the best way to...
Iberian Lawyer
Indeed, sport-related legal advice – which accounts for around 20 per cent of the firm's revenue – is a rapidly growing area of business for the firm.
Iberian Lawyer
While law firms in Spain that successfully navigated the crisis may be breathing a huge sigh of relief, they face a new set of challenges.
Iberian Lawyer
Biggest Spanish law firm by revenue has announced it will use robots to speed up analysis of legal documentation, while Uría Menéndez confirms it is evaluating the use of AI for speeding up processes
Iberian Lawyer
However, though most general counsel are passing less work to external lawyers, the picture when it comes to in-house legal department budgets is mixed, the survey showed.
Iberian Lawyer
Azora chooses external lawyers based on their technical and legal knowledge, as well as their communication skills, says chief legal counsel María Luisa Vara.
Iberian Lawyer
With PwC Tax & Legal having been ranked the fourth most active law firm in the Spanish M&A market in 2016, Madrid-based managing partner Joaquín Latorre says the firm is benefiting from its global reach...
Iberian Lawyer
Spanish mid-market private equity firms also seeking to complete deals, as well as funds using convertible bonds, warrants and 'unitranche' loans
Iberian Lawyer
Carro cites examples such as IPO processes, complex technical litigation and M&A transactions involving due diligence and anti-trust considerations.
Iberian Lawyer
Survey of in-house lawyers at leading Iberian companies also shows that Cuatrecasas has strengthened its brand in both Spain and Portugal.
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Iberian Lawyer
Smaller firms follow the major players in reporting revenue increases partly due to rise in compliance and data protection work as well as innovative pricing and greater use of project managers
Iberian Lawyer
Despite volatility in the market during the last 12 months, law firms have successfully managed to expand and increase their revenue, says Roca Junyent managing partner, Joan Roca.
Iberian Lawyer
As clients grow more sophisticated then so do their expectations in terms of what they want from their legal advisers, says Sharon Izaguirre, corporate and M&A partner at Deloitte in Madrid.
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Iberian Lawyer
The workflow for law firms in Madrid is looking much healthier than it did 12 months ago – however, this is posing difficulties for managing partners who now have to consider the best way to...
Iberian Lawyer
While law firms in Spain that successfully navigated the crisis may be breathing a huge sigh of relief, they face a new set of challenges.
Iberian Lawyer
Having a lawyer who adds value, responds quickly and who offers a high-quality service at a good price, are the most important considerations, says Exterion's Juan José Hijas Galvez.
Iberian Lawyer
However, though most general counsel are passing less work to external lawyers, the picture when it comes to in-house legal department budgets is mixed, the survey showed.
Iberian Lawyer
A relationship-only approach is increasingly uncommon among clients and is being replaced by a professional, business-driven method of sourcing legal services, says Silvia Hodges Silverstein.
Iberian Lawyer
Biggest Spanish law firm by revenue has announced it will use robots to speed up analysis of legal documentation, while Uría Menéndez confirms it is evaluating the use of AI for speeding up processes
Iberian Lawyer
Indeed, sport-related legal advice – which accounts for around 20 per cent of the firm's revenue – is a rapidly growing area of business for the firm.
Iberian Lawyer
Spanish mid-market private equity firms also seeking to complete deals, as well as funds using convertible bonds, warrants and 'unitranche' loans
Iberian Lawyer
With PwC Tax & Legal having been ranked the fourth most active law firm in the Spanish M&A market in 2016, Madrid-based managing partner Joaquín Latorre says the firm is benefiting from its global reach...
Iberian Lawyer
Azora chooses external lawyers based on their technical and legal knowledge, as well as their communication skills, says chief legal counsel María Luisa Vara.
Iberian Lawyer
Smaller firms follow the major players in reporting revenue increases partly due to rise in compliance and data protection work as well as innovative pricing and greater use of project managers
Iberian Lawyer
Carro cites examples such as IPO processes, complex technical litigation and M&A transactions involving due diligence and anti-trust considerations.
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