27 June 2014




Law firms face growing threat from auditors, warn managing partners
But market insiders give hope to embattled lawyers by saying new EU legislation could halt the advance of the likes of KPMG, Deloitte, EY, and PwC Read more

More headcount reductions expected at Portuguese firms
Firms will continue to ´shed fee-earners´ despite the early signs of an economic upturn following EU bailout and three consecutive quarters of growth Read more

Private practice lawyers in Spain earn 60 percent more than in-house peers
Research also indicates significant numbers of lawyers are unhappy in their current roles and are seeking pay rises they are unlikely to receive Read more


Corruption has no boundaries:
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Regulatory Compliance Report 2014
Untapped Market

Though awareness among clients about the need for compliance is growing, the level of ignorance about the issue is still high.
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Client View
Natural outsourcers

´Bad bank´ Sareb works with around 60 law firms and aims to make its outsourcing policy as fair and transparent as possible, says Oscar Garcia Maceiras

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Legal updates

Environmental– Portugal
New environmental impact assessment rules for public and private projects
By Manuel Gouveia Pereira
Vieira de Almeida & Associados

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Energy– Spain
Reforming the electricity sector
By María Pilar García Guijarro
Watson, Farley & Williams

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