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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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Eastern Promise - SRS Advogados
There is also a sense of well-being at SRS at the moment.
Portugal
2 Mar 2018
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Lisbon Annual Report 2017: Looking Brighter
Often the services they offer are superior to the services offered by international firms and there is no loss of quality.
Portugal
2 Mar 2018
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‘I Need Very Good Lawyers At Very Good Prices'
The company uses different law firms depending on the matter in hand.
Spain
28 Feb 2018
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It's Important The Law Firms We Use Are Prestigious
When needing advice in foreign jurisdictions, Hispasat seeks local firms linked to the company's preferred firms in Spain, says general counsel Javier Folguera
Spain
27 Feb 2018
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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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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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Size Matters
Lisbon law firm CCA Ontier has enjoyed a period of consistent growth in recent years, but managing partner Domingos Cruz wants more.
Portugal
17 Aug 2017
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Clients Are Reviewing Legal Spend And Cutting The Number Of Firms They Work With, Lawyers Must React
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.
Spain
16 Aug 2017
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Give Peace A Chance
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.
Spain
15 Aug 2017
12
Seeking Law Firms That Are Creative, Experienced And Trustworthy
Azora chooses external lawyers based on their technical and legal knowledge, as well as their communication skills, says chief legal counsel María Luisa Vara.
Spain
28 Apr 2017
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The Dealmakers - PwC Tax & Legal
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...
Spain
28 Apr 2017
14
‘We Want Firms That Specialise In Us'
ANA uses two of three trusted firms to avoid having to repeatedly explain its business to new external lawyers, says the company's head of legal Francisco Sebastian
Portugal
24 Apr 2017
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Tough At The Top?
MLGTS is widely seen as the leading firm in Portugal with the most esteemed clients, but the firm says it won't become complacent because acting for the biggest companies means it is under huge pressure...
Portugal
1 Mar 2017
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Going Undercover
Following their successful entry into the Spanish market, the ‘Big Four' are now targeting Portugal – some Lisbon lawyers fear decreasing fees and a drain of talent to their new rivals...
Portugal
1 Mar 2017
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Spain/Portugal: External Investment In Law Firms Can Make Them More Innovative
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
Spain
7 Nov 2016
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