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The firm

Rooted in the worldwide Landwell network, and a correspondent law firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers, M&A is recognised in Portugal and abroad for its capacity to advise clients in a global, proficient and specialised manner, guaranteeing a full-service package.

M&A serves clients on a full independent basis and co-operates with international law firms, and as a result it is able to provide the best advice on international operations and foreign investment on a worldwide basis.

The firm stands out through an interest and knowledge of clients’ businesses, allowing the firm to fully tailor and personalise advice, and assuring the quality of the advice offered.

The firm works in highly specialised and multidisciplinary teams, which are a result of the firm’s ongoing investment and focus on human resources and permanent training.

Areas of practice

M&A’s practice concentrates on areas where clients increasingly require the specialised support of a law firm in decision making, in the implementation of strategies and investments and in solving problems.

These areas include corporate, mergers and acquisitions, arbitration, labour, foreign investment and international contracts, construction and tourism, pharmaceutical, telecommunications and financial and capital markets, among others.

 

  • Contact
  • Paula Albergaria Silva (managing partner)
  • Number of lawyers: 35
  • Languages
  • English
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese

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