With clients more inclined to shop around for legal services, lawyers argue that law firms need to make a greater effort to communicate the benefits of the ‘trusted adviser’ relationship. As our report in this
Law firms are increasing the amount of ‘non-legal’ skills training they offer their lawyers due to concerns that law graduates are ill-prepared for life in a law firm. Consequently, many young lawyers are being offered
Legal recruiters in Iberia have experienced a surge in activity over the last few months as law firms look to boost their ranks in order to deal with increased workflow. Our Legal Recruitment Special Focus
While banking and finance-related disputes are common in both Spain and Portugal at present, lawyers in the two countries are not reaping the same rewards for such work. As our Litigation and ADR & Annual
A major tax-related concern for clients at the moment is the base erosion and profit sharing (BEPS) initiative, which aims to eliminate instances of “double non-taxation” – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has made
Leading law firms in Spain and Portugal are increasing their intake of trainees due to growing workloads. As new Iberian Lawyer research shows, trainee intake grew by up to 86 per cent at major Spanish law
News Three in four partners in Spain expect profits to grow in 2016 Expansion will be the buzzword in the Spanish legal market next year, with the majority of firms anticipating an increase in profits, revenues
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