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China Three Gorges’ bid secures EdP stake
The Portuguese Government has announced that the winning bid in the sale of its remaining shares in EdP, the leading domestic utility, was China Three Gorges. Read more
Thomas Cooper Madrid hires signal renewed focus
UK-based shipping and international trade firm Thomas Cooper has announced the expansion of its Madrid office and the launch of a more domestic-focused practice with the addition of two new partners. Read more
Linklaters to expand restructuring beyond UK
Linklaters is to expand the restructuring process announced at the close of 2011 in a move that will likely now extend across the firm’s international offices, according to London media reports. Read more
In-House College 2012 Lisbon
More for less?
How to better manage
the cost of the legal team
Where: Pestana Palace, Lisbon
When: February 23rd, 2012
Energy & Renewables Report 2011:
Recharging the energy sector
Many of Spain and Portugal’s largest businesses operate in the energy sector but even they have not gone untouched by the financial downturn. Variable demand, reduced revenues and regulatory uncertainty are prompting energy players to change strategies, say lawyers in Spain. In Portugal, the drivers of change are more acute: the Government’s ongoing privatisation programme.
|Law Firm Profile
A focus on the capital – Jausas
Agustín Bou, Managing Partner and Head of Restructuring of Spanish firm Jausas, is a man with a clear mission. His goal is to expand his firm’s capabilities and specifically to develop its practice and profile in the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Labour & Employment
By Vitor Madeiras Rodrigues, ABBC
The pressures facing Portuguese labour law : The severe economic crisis, rising unemployment and the austerity measures resulting….
|Projects & Infrastructure
By Roberto Esquivel
Public-private collaborations: a recipe for development : Costa Rica has an imminent need to develop infrastructure in all areas….
LITIGATION AND ARBITRATION LAWYER, MADRID: Pérez-Llorca is currently seeking a lawyer with 3 to 5 years’ experience in Litigation and Arbitration, preferably in a law firm. Full details
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