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Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho

EDIFICIO RODRIGO URIA, PRAÇA MARQUÊS DE POMBAL, 12, 1250-162 LISBOA, PORTUGAL
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Work +351 21 030 86 00
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Fax +351 21 030 86 01
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Alexandre Mota pinto

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Uría Menéndez

Work Department

Litigation and Arbitration, White Collar Crime, Insolvency.

Career

Alexandre Mota Pinto became a partner at Uría Menéndez- Proença de Carvalho in 2010 when the firms merged.

Alexandre first joined Proença de Carvalho in 1996 and he has practised in various areas, including civil and commercial litigation. He provides advice to companies on corporate and commercial law, corporate finance and white collar crime. He became a partner at Proença de Carvalho-Sociedade de Advogados in 2009.

Since 1999 he has been head of the legal department of the Renova Group, which has subsidiaries in Portugal, Spain, France and Benelux.

Languages

English; French; German; Spanish; Italian.

Member

Portuguese Bar Association.

Education

Law Degree, University of Coimbra, 1995; Master’s Degree in Company Law, University of Coimbra, 2002; Ph.D. in Law, European University Institute, Florence, 2007.


Portugal

Fraud and white-collar crime

Within: Fraud and white-collar crime

Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho represents companies and individuals in some of the most high-profile economic crime cases, such as its ongoing advice to Ricardo Salgado on over 100 cases relating to the collapse of BES and in Operation Marquês. It also successfully challenged the extradition request for businessman Raúl Schmidt in the context of the so-called Operation Car Wash, an investigation into money laundering in Brazil. This case was led by Alexandre Mota Pinto. The team is co-headed by Daniel Proença de Carvalho, Francisco Proença de Carvalho and Tito Arantes Fontes, and also includes Fernando Aguilar de Carvalho, Nuno Salazar Casanova and senior associate Adriano Squilacce.

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