Law firm profile

Law firm profile

Thursday, 10 May 2018 12:48

Bridging the gap - Jausas

Barcelona-headquartered law firm Jausas says it is Spanish, not Catalan, as it begins a new push into the Madrid market following its recent merger with GMQ
Thursday, 08 March 2018 09:47

On the rise? - Osborne Clarke

The profile of Osborne Clarke Spain is growing – the last year saw double-digit growth in revenue, lateral hires and the opening of a new office, but the political situation in Catalonia is causing concern at the Barcelona headquarters
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 18:15

Eastern promise - SRS Advogados

Cross-border M&A is driving growth at SRS Advogados; with a view to building on this success, the firm opened a Singapore office to encourage more Asian investment in Portugal
Thursday, 23 November 2017 10:54

Rewarding success - RCD - Rousaud Costas Duran

RCD - Rousaud Costas Duran is having the best period in its history, according to managing partner Adolf Rousaud, who says this is partly because, unlike some competitors, the firm is run as a meritocracy that gives the biggest rewards to its most talented lawyers
Monday, 04 September 2017 16:24

Going public - Squire Patton Boggs

After reporting a healthy increase in revenue last year, Squire Patton Boggs’ Madrid office has identified public policy law as a practice area that could be set to boom
Thursday, 29 June 2017 15:52

Size matters - CCA Ontier

Revenue at CCA Ontier has doubled in the last five years, but the firm has plans for further expansion and wants to become one of Portugal’s biggest hitters
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 14:27

Branching out - Pintó Ruiz & Del Valle

Barcelona-based Pintó Ruiz & Del Valle, like many law firms, had to reduce headcount when the crisis hit – however, the firm is now benefitting from an increase in sports work, while also growing some of its other, less well-known, practice areas
Thursday, 23 February 2017 13:36

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 and its ability to attract the best talent
Monday, 16 January 2017 12:10

Tough at the top? - MLGTS

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 to perform
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 14:12

Rising up - Araoz & Rueda

Revenue is on the increase again at Araoz & Rueda after several tough years – though the firm has considered a number of merger offers in the past, it continues to cling fiercely to its independence
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