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RUA GENERAL FIRMINO MIGUEL, Nº 3 TORRE 2, 10º B, 1600-100 LISBOA, PORTUGAL
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SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, Ines Pinheiro, Lisbon, PORTUGAL

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Ines Pinheiro

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SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados

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Employment

Position

Inês Pinheiro is partner in Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, in Lisbon, responsible for Employment practice area team. She is focused in legal advice to human resources management, supporting customers in restructuring and collective redundancies, labour audits, collective bargaining negotiations and labour disputes. Together with her team she has been collaborating with several important national and multinational companies. Her expertise focuses on companies and institutions in various business areas, particularly in industry, trade and services, such as food processing, banking, media, multimedia, building and real estate. She has been supporting several restructuring processes in large groups of agro-food sector, media and industry, leading the negotiation process with employees, works councils and trade unions, collective dismissal procedures as well as following up, in human resources issues, restructuring processes related to company’s acquisitions or joint ventures. She is also responsible for providing legal services and daily support to human resources management, in several companies, both as a preventive or problem solver approach.

Career

Joined SLCM as a lawyer specialized in Labor Law in 2004, and became Partner in 2014. Previously, she was Head of Legal and Human Resources Department in a Multinational Company (1990-2003) and before that in a Construction Company (1985-1990).

Languages

Portuguese, English, French, Spanish.

Member

Portuguese Bar Association, since 1986.

Education

Law Degree, Lisbon Catholic University (1984); Post-graduation studies, Lisbon Catholic University, in UE Law (1985), Company Law (2005) and Advanced Labor Law (2009).


Portugal

Employment

Within: Employment

Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados provides ‘well-founded opinions’ on the full range of employment matters, including labour audits and employee data protection. Clients include Efacec Power Solutions, Global Media Group and Sociedade Central de Cervejas. Inês Pinheiro has ‘high technical skills’ and leads the team, which includes senior associate Tiago Pestana de Vasconcelos.

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