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PLMJ Lawyers

EDIFÍCIO EUROLEX, AV DA LIBERDADE, 224, 1250-148 LISBOA, PORTUGAL
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Work +351 21 319 73 00
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Fax +351 21 319 74 00
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Faro, Lisbon, Luanda, Maputo, Oporto

Francisco Lino Dias

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Work +(351) 213 197 300
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PLMJ

Work Department

Corporate / M&A and Real Estate & Construction

Position

Partner

Career

Francisco Lino Dias is Partner in PLMJ since 2016. He has almost 15 years’ experience and is member of PLMJ’s international projects and cross-border team, where he coordinates a wide range of real estate matters involving portfolio acquisitions, shopping centres, sale and lease backs and real estate refurbishment operations. He has the know-how to provide legal support at every stage – including the definition and implementation of the corporate and financing structures in the acquisition, construction, development, letting and sale – in a full range of projects in Portugal. Francisco’s experience includes representing institutional investors, investment funds, developers and leading private equity firms. He has assisted these types of clients in a number of corporate transactions, foreign investment, finance and forward funding operations, sale and purchase, and lease operations in relation to a number of properties.

Languages

Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian.

Member

Portuguese Bar Association; AIJA - International Association of Young Lawyers.

Education

Portuguese Catholic University Law School, Lisbon, 2003; Postgraduate degree in Management, Lisbon Nova University Economy School, 2005; Attendance in the Erasmus Programme, Università La Sapienza - Facultà di Giurisprudenza, Rome, 2000


Portugal

Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

PLMJ Lawyers' team ‘does not waste time’ and ‘is very focused on clients' needs and very practical and straight-forward in finding solutions to overcome any obstacle’. It advised on real estate transactions on the buyer and seller side and on related M&A deals, portfolio operations and leases. It was also active in several turnkey projects, such as the Time Out Market in Oporto, for the Time Out Group, and a retail complex for Ikea in the Algarve. Practice head Tiago Mendonça de Castro has a ‘very good holistic overview, leadership and negotiation skills’. Francisco Lino Dias is ‘easygoing and friendly with counterparts without harming client's interests’. Rita Alarcão Júdice and Margarida Osório de Amorim are also recommended.

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