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Dispute Resolution

Portugal

Our clients acknowledge our commitment in always obtaining the best solution to their respective commercial interests, whether within the ambit of negotiation or of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), avoiding the recourse to Court, and whether they already are within the ambit of litigation or arbitration.

Our wide experience allows us to advise in all areas of dispute resolution. We are accustomed to search for innovating solutions and to define strategies in view of one sole goal: the satisfaction of our clients’ purposes.

The area of dispute resolution is divided in:

  • Litigation
  • Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Criminal Litigation

 

Acknowledgement

Band 3:"We are extremely impressed with the lawyers' knowledge of litigation procedures and the way they are always on top of the case and prepare their presentation in court."
Chambers & Partners 2015
Band 2: "It is a multidisciplinary team with the capacity to support us in civil and criminal proceedings."
Legal 500 2015

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    Arbitration and ADR

    Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) constitute more and more an option due to the celerity and balance of cost/efficiency in its use. The new voluntary arbitration act achieved to give greater consistency to this movement towards the lessening of the jurisdiction of courts.

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    Criminal Law

    The area of Criminal Litigation is focused on big size and complexity litigation proceedings in the area of national and European criminal law, with particular incidence in economic crimes.

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    Litigation

    The area of Litigation is prepared to deal with the different types of national and cross-border litigation.

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    19/10/2016
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