CCA promotes new partner, two area heads

CCA Law Firm has promoted a new Real Estate partner and two area heads in the Public Law and Intellectual Property departments

pjimage 20CCA Law Firm has announced the promotion of Tomás Assis Teixeira (pictured left) to partner of the Real Estate area, Miguel Neiva de Oliveira (pictured centre) to head of the Public Law area and Tito Rendas (pictured right) to head of the Intellectual Property practice.

Tomás Assis Teixeira, the new partner of CCA’s Real Estate department, has developed his professional activity in the area of Real Estate Law and tourism and, over the course of his career, he has advised several national and international groups on the promotion, licensing, construction, management, and sale of real estate and tourism projects in Portugal and in PALOP, more specifically in Cape Verde. Tomás provides legal advice on all aspects of Real Estate Law and Tourism Law, including the acquisition, structuring, construction, promotion, operation/management, and sale of all types of real estate and tourism projects, both in Portugal and in Cape Verde. He also provides legal support in the area of Private Wealth, having accumulated extensive experience in advising private clients and family offices.

Miguel Neiva de Oliveira is the new head of CCA’s Public Law area, having started his collaboration with the firm in February 2020. His experience focuses on Administrative Law matters, with an emphasis on Public Procurement, Litigation, Urban Planning, and Territory Planning. He provides advice to various entities, public and private, on the sectors of infrastructure, transport, health, construction, and regulated activities in general.

Tito Rendas is the head of CCA’s Intelectual Property practice, having started his collaboration with the firm in 2019. As legal counsel, he has been working in the areas of Intellectual property, E-commerce, and Data Protection and advising technology companies, telecom operators, and rightsholders. As an academic, he has spoken at conferences and seminars at the European Parliament, Yale Law School, University of Cape Town, among many other institutions worldwide, and he has had his research published in renowned international law journals.

Domingos Cruz, Managing Partner of CCA said, “The appointment of Tomás, Miguel and Tito to partner and heads, respectively, is the most basic and fair recognition of highly brilliant career paths, which deserve to be celebrated. CCA is proud to witness the growth and overcoming of all its lawyers, and of these in particular this year. They are three lawyers who demonstrate, in a very consistent manner, great professional and human qualities, an essential condition for affirmation in our organisation. They are a true vitamin supplement for 2021.”

Michael Heron