Mr David Sequeira Dinis > Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho > Lisbon, Portugal > Lawyer Profile
Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho Offices
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Mr David Sequeira Dinis
David Sequeira Dinis joined Uría Menéndez – Proença de Carvalho’s litigation team in 2005 and became a partner in 2017. David focuses his practice on insolvency and corporate restructuring matters, on civil and commercial litigation (with a particular focus on shareholder disputes) and arbitration, and has considerable experience in complex matters.
He handles out-of-court negotiations and settlements, civil and commercial proceedings, insolvency and corporate restructuring procedures, IP-related matters and arbitration proceedings.
Portuguese Bar Association; Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa; Insol Europe.
Law Degree, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Católica de Lisboa, 2005; Postgraduate studies in Commercial and Corporate Law, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Católica de Lisboa, 2010.
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
A sizeable team from across Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho‘s various departments collaborate to advise clients on the gamut of restructuring and insolvency issues. The office has notable experience in finance and banking, real estate and tourism-related matters, with multinational and domestic heavyweights in those areas being key clients. David Sequeira Dinis focuses his practice on bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, working on both litigation and out-of-court settlements. Duarte Garin and Rita Xavier de Brito have specialisms in real estate; Pedro Ferreira Malaquias heads the Lisbon office’s banking and finance team; and Nuno Salazar Casanova represents clients in multi-jurisdictional insolvency and restructuring proceedings.
- Next Generation Partners - Portugal > Insolvency and restructuring
- Insolvency and restructuring - Portugal
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- Fraud and white-collar crime
- Projects and project finance
- Public law
- Real estate and construction