News Focus

Wednesday, 03 July 2019 12:20

Golden opportunity

The Iberian private equity sector is booming and lawyers are playing a significant role in the development of the industry, says Miguel Zurita, managing partner of Altamar Capital Partners and president of the Spanish Association of Capital, Growth and Investment (Ascri)
The managing partner of Latham & Watkins’ Madrid office was one of the highest profile Spanish lawyers in the world, and a man known for his determination, courage, talent and good humour
Wednesday, 03 July 2019 09:54

Pay check

Leading Spanish law firms are disrupting the legal sector by accepting payment in cryptocurrency for the services they provide – advocates claim that blockchain will ensure there will be more integrity in the provision of legal services and mean clients are billed more fairly
Monday, 17 June 2019 16:43

Stepping out from the shadows

Oporto has been a hotbed of legal market activity in recent months as law firms look to capitalise on the city’s economic growth – and this is only the beginning, with more firms expected to strengthen their presence in the northern Portuguese city in the near future
Monday, 17 June 2019 16:27

Real estate revolution

The Spanish PropTech sector is expected to grow considerably in the coming years – with investment in the industry having more than doubled since 2017 – for law firms that develop the relevant expertise, a large untapped market awaits
Monday, 17 June 2019 15:48

Crusade against corruption

White collar crime is booming in Spain. with law firm’s practices in some cases increasing more than three-fold in the last decade – it’s good news for criminal lawyers, but the high-profile nature of such cases brings considerable added pressures
Thursday, 06 June 2019 10:18

Iberian Lawyer Top 100 Spain

In the first research of its kind, Iberian Lawyer reveals the top 100 law firms in Spain by revenue – the study shows that the vast majority of the country’s law firms grew their revenue last year, partly due to increased international expansion
Thursday, 30 May 2019 10:01

Love is in the air

New research by Iberian Lawyer shows that a quarter of lawyers in Spain and Portugal have had a relationship with an office colleague – while such relationships can make those involved more happy and motivated, things can turn sour and some law firms are developing policies to minimise the damage that can be caused
Wednesday, 29 May 2019 11:41

Living a lie

Some LGBTI lawyers do not feel they can be themselves when in the office, but, increasingly, law firms are realising that they need to take action on this issue
Tuesday, 14 May 2019 10:37

All eyes on Lisbon

A number of international firms have opened offices in Portugal in recent times and Dentons are rumoured to be the next firm that will follow this trend – why are foreign firms seeking a Lisbon base and what must they consider before taking this step?
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