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A Quarter Of General Counsel Considering Quitting
Of those thinking of leaving their in-house role, 42 per cent said it was because they would have "more opportunities for career progression in private practice".
Spain
22 Jun 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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‘Cross-Thinking' Is Key For Any Law Firm
Law firms should help their professionals to focus on common goals, create spaces for them to collaborate and incentivise lateral thinking, says Fernando Vives
Spain
18 Jun 2018
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Rewarding Success - RCD - Rousaud Costas Duran
Business has rarely been better for Spanish law firm RCD.
Spain
28 Feb 2018
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Getting Ahead
Uría Menéndez and MLGTS are perceived to be the law firms offering the best career opportunities for young lawyers in Spain and Portugal respectively, according to a new study which highlights the firms' prestige,...
Spain
21 Feb 2018
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‘When Law Firms Invoice, Honesty Is Highly Valued'
Consequently, Monge de Gouveia says that the head of legal at Renault Group is a person who works alongside the business team as part of its management.
Portugal
17 Aug 2017
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Madrid Annual Report 2017: Firm Re-Engineering
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...
Spain
16 Aug 2017
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‘Robotization' Of Spain's Law Firms Escalates With Garrigues AI Deal
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
Spain
14 Aug 2017
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General Counsel Outsourcing Less Legal Work Than A Year Ago
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.
Spain
11 Aug 2017
10
Latin America: Special Report 2017 Latin America: Standing Strong
Despite fears that the election of Donald Trump as US president could do severe damage to Mexico's economic prospects, the country is now seen as offering the best growth opportunities...
Worldwide
27 Apr 2017
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Iberian Lawyer TV: Barcelona Firms Growing Despite Market Volatility
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.
Spain
28 Apr 2016
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Law Firms Benefitting From Portuguese Real Estate Boom
€1.9bn worth of deals in the last year means law firms have experienced a surge in instructions, with some recruiting more lawyers to meet demand
Portugal
22 Mar 2016
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