Mr Diogo Feio > Sérvulo & Associados > Lisbon, Portugal > Lawyer Profile

Sérvulo & Associados
RUA GARRETT N° 64
1200-204 LISBOA
Portugal

Work Department

Tax, Arbitration and Sports Law

Position

Partner in the Tax, Arbitration and Sports Law departments.

Career

At SÉRVULO since 2014, Diogo Feio is a partner in the Tax department. He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Porto. He is also a lecturer on the Executive MBA of the Oporto Business School (since 2012). He is guest speaker and author of several books and articles on his areas of specialisation. He was partner in the Tax department of «JPAB – José Pedro Aguiar-Branco & Associados», from 2010 to 2014.

Languages

Portuguese, English, French, Spanish.

Memberships

He joined the Bar Association in 1995.
He was a member of the Commission for the Reform of the Personal Income Tax (IRS – Imposto sobre as Pessoas Singulares), in 2014, and has been Tax Arbitrator at the Centre for Administrative Arbitration (CAAD – Centro de Arbitragem Administrativa) since the same year. He was a Member of the European Parliament during the VII Legislature, from 2009 to 2014. He was an effective member of the Committee for Economic and Monetary Issues and of the Special Committee for the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis. He was a member of the National Assembly during the IX Legislature, from 2002 to 2005, having held the position of coordinator of the Budget and Finances Committee, and during the X Legislature, from 2005 to 2009, having held the position of coordinator of the Budget and Finances Committee, and, between 2007 and 2009, he was the Chair of the Parliamentary Group of CDS-PP.

Education

PhD in Economic Legal Studies from the Faculty of Law of the University of Porto, 2016. Master’s in Law, in the field of Political Legal Studies, at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, in 1998.
Graduate in Law from the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal, Porto Regional Centre, in 1993. National Defence Auditing Course, at the Institute of National Defence, in 2001.