News Focus

Tuesday, 04 February 2020 15:32

Upward investments

Clara Gutiérrez, managing partner of Gennaker Fund, points out that the number of investors targeting the Iberian market in search of startups continues to grow and assures that 2020 will be the year of Machine Learning
The managing partners of eight large law firms in Spain and Portugal agree that 2020 will be marked by the great advance of technology and its impact on the legal profession. Knowing how to adapt to the change brought about by the irruption of legal tech will be one of the main challenges that firms will have to face
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 16:51

Lateral hires 2019: MDPS bulking up

Multidisciplinary practices have been busy strengthening their teams in the last year, in doing so they have emphasized that they are becoming increasingly competitive in the legal recruitment market
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 16:15

12 stories of Iberian Lawyer

With only a couple of weeks to go until the end of this first year of life of the new Iberian Lawyer magazine, we have selected the 12 articles that we believe have stood out the most during 2019
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 15:15

Property boom

With investors increasingly targeting assets in the Iberian real estate sector, Stoneshield Capital's chief operating officer Alejandro Maristany says rental housing is one of the particularly attractive propositions at present, and the input of legal advisers will be vital when completing deals
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 15:03

Eco warriors?

With a number of major law firms in Portugal moving offices in recent years, many have taken the opportunity to make their workspaces more environmentally friendly
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 16:36

Pulling power

Abreu Advogados has been on a hiring spree in recent months as the firm seeks to build an institution that can be smoothly handed over to the next generation of lawyers – with other leading firms in Portugal facing issues with succession, Abreu managing partner Duarte de Athayde believes his firm is becoming an increasingly attractive proposition
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 16:59

Looking for adventure

Despite some uncertainty in the Iberian market, venture capital funds view Spain and Portugal as investment hotspots – but complex regulatory frameworks mean lawyers are in great demand among investors
For the first time ever, Iberian Lawyer publishes a list of the leading players in private practice in Spain
Tuesday, 10 September 2019 17:19

Aiming high

Spanish law firm Ecija has completed mergers with 11 law firms in the last two years as it pursues its goal of being the leading ‘Spanish and Portuguese-speaking’ law firm – while this could be seen as a risky strategy, managing partner Alejandro Touriño says “size matters” in an increasingly competitive market
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