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More Liquidity
A significant number of in-house legal departments in Iberia are paying more for legal services than they were a year ago, but if law firms want to earn even higher fees, they must improve their understanding of their clients' business
Spain
2 Jul 2018
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The Secret Terror
Eight out of ten lawyers in Spain and Portugal want the profession to do more to address the issue of mental health with large workloads seen as a factor in cases of depression and suicide
Spain
22 Jun 2018
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Larger Law Firms Offer Clients A Broader Range Of Knowledge
Good external lawyers are aware that their added value will be the practical insight they can offer into enforcement and court practice, says Samsung's Carla de Abreu Lopes
Portugal
22 Jun 2018
4
Law Firms Should Be Speedy, Efficient And ‘Keep It Simple'
In terms of the qualities that are desired, flexibility is another key attribute when looking for external advisers, according to Collard.
Portugal
20 Jun 2018
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Law Firms Should Help Clients, Not Put Up Obstacles
Good lawyers should be able to help their clients solve problems and provide practical advice that can be easily implemented, says Hiscox's Mónica Calonje Conde
Spain
19 Jun 2018
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On The Rise? - Osborne Clarke
There are indications that Martín's leadership has played a fairly significant part in the firm's recent successes.
Spain
14 Jun 2018
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"The Ideal Law Firm Is A Global One"
Urbaser has a number of preferred firms it works with on a regular basis.
Spain
14 Jun 2018
8
Raising The Bar
With one of the best-paying law firms in the world, Latham & Watkins, looking to boost its team in Madrid, rival firms are bracing themselves for a fight as they look to retain their top talent –
Spain
13 Jun 2018
9
Speculation Mounts That More US And UK Firms Could Open In Spain
Meanwhile, multinational companies that operate in Spain, or Spanish companies that go overseas, demand legal advisers with a global outlook, says Herbert Smith Freehills Madrid managing partner Miguel Riaño.
Spain
26 Feb 2018
10
Time To Evolve
At a time when the promotion of women lawyers in the legal sector is becoming key to the future commercial success of law firms, the Iberian Lawyer InspiraLAw Top 50 Women List recognises those that are inspiring the next generation of female lawyers
Spain
22 Feb 2018
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Law Firms With Strong Brands ‘Able To Charge Higher Fees'
Uría Menendez remains top Spanish brand, while EY and PwC's profiles are growing – meanwhile, VdA is now the leading brand in Portugal
Spain
21 Feb 2018
12
Special Focus: Africa 2017: Seeking New Markets
Though their main focus has traditionally been on oil-related work in lusophone Africa, Portuguese law firms are beginning to strengthen their African corporate restructuring and litigation practices –
Portugal
18 Aug 2017
13
Barcelona Annual Report 2017: A New Beginning?
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...
Spain
18 Aug 2017
14
Global Firms Following DLA Piper And Opening In Portugal ‘Not Ruled Out'
Opportunities in the areas of real estate, finance and venture capital could lead to other international law firms launching operations in Lisbon.
Portugal
17 Aug 2017
15
‘Hourly Billing Must Not Detract From The Maxim Of Putting The Client First'
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.
Spain
14 Aug 2017
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Still In The Shadows
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...
Spain
10 Aug 2017
17
Three In Four Clients Change Legal Adviser Due To Service Dissatisfaction
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
Spain
10 Aug 2017
18
Tax Regime For Portuguese Law Firms ‘Could Change In A Year'
Under the current regime for Portuguese law firms, law firms are required to distribute all of their profits each year.
Portugal
26 Apr 2017
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Tax Annual Report 2017: Worth The Trouble?
In this context, some lawyers suggest that law firms could cease investing in their tax departments because of the potential liabilities or even go as far as to scrap them altogether.
Spain
26 Apr 2017
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/Portugal: Law Firms May Consider Cutting Tax Teams Due To Reputational Risk
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.
Spain
25 Apr 2017
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