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Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho

EDIFICIO RODRIGO URIA, PRAÇA MARQUÊS DE POMBAL, 12, 1250-162 LISBOA, PORTUGAL
Tel:
Work +351 21 030 86 00
Fax:
Fax +351 21 030 86 01
Email:
Web:
www.uria.com
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David Sequeira Dinis

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Work +351 210 308 609
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Uría Menéndez

Work Department

Insolvency, Restructuring, Litigation and Arbitration.

Position

 

Career

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.

Languages

English.

Member

Portuguese Bar Association.

Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa.

Insol Europe.

Education

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.


Portugal

Insolvency and restructuring

Within: Insolvency and restructuring

Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho attracted high-profile matters, acting on both the debtor and creditor side, for clients in the construction, banking and private equity sectors. The team is noted for its ‘out-of-the-box recovery strategies’ and includes David Sequeira Dinis, a ‘very intelligent lawyer with enormous knowledge and ability to work’, and Nuno Salazar Casanova, who is singled out for his ‘availability, knowledge and negotiation skills’.

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