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CCA Law Firm

RUA VÍTOR CORDON, 10 A - 4TH FLOOR, 1249-202 LISBON, PORTUGAL
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Work +351 21 322 35 90
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Fax +351 21 322 35 99
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www.cca-ontier.com
Lisbon, Shanghai

Portugal

Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 4

CCA Law firm

CCA Law firm is ‘time efficient, prompt at responding, and understands clients' needs’. Sephora, Accor Hotels, Havas Group and Europcar all form part of the client roster. Domingos Cruz and managing associate Rita Trabulo jointly lead the team along with managing associate Sara Reis, who joined from Miranda & Associados.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 5

CCA Law Firm

CCA Law Firm ‘always finds an efficient way to solve problems while optimising time and resources’. It has a particular media sector focus, with recent high-profile work including representing Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus in criminal and civil actions against TVI. Google and Cofina also count among the team's clients. Rita Cruz is recommended, as is senior associate Catarina Limpo Serra: ‘her solid knowledge and experience are evident in the different cases she has been involved in’.

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Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 5

CCA Law Firm

CCA Law Firm acted as local counsel to Europcar International on its employee share plan, and advised on Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) matters (TUPE) between Europcar and Goldcar, following the acquisition of the latter by the former. Managing associate Pedro Antunes leads the practice.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

CCA Law Firm

CCA Law Firm's 'well-coordinated' team displays ‘capacity for a creative approach’. It has an impressive roster of clients, among them Google, Netflix and Almedina. Practice head Filipe Mayer ‘is able to quickly assess clients' needs and assist without being intrusive and time-consuming’.

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Real estate and construction
Real estate and construction - ranked: tier 4

CCA Law Firm

CCA Law Firm advises retail and other commercial clients on leases, and corporate and individual clients on sales and acquisitions. Clients include C&A, Europcar, and L’Occitane. Domingos Cruz and Maria Santa Martha are the names to note, and are based in Lisbon and Oporto, respectively.

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TMT
TMT - ranked: tier 2

CCA Law Firm

TMT is one of the core practice areas at CCA Law Firm, which has a focus on media-related cases; recent work includes data protection and online gambling matters. The team leaves clients with the ‘outstanding feeling that support is provided with solid knowledge, confidence and in a timely manner’. Clients include Google, Vodafone, Havas Group, Cofina, Pokerstars and SBTech. Filipe Mayer leads the team.

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