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Insurance

Portugal

It is now more than 50 years that we are daily working in close cooperation with Insurance Companies in Portugal in all insurance branches, from the representation of clients within the scope of claims reporting to the permanent corporate follow-up, going through the assistance in the draw up and update of insurance policies, creation of pension funds among others.

We have also expertise in regulatory terms, having accompanied our clients before the regulator and, whenever necessary, within the ambit of judicial appeal.

We assist national and international clients in all branches of insurances, focusing in particular civil liability, D&O, construction, life, multi risks, environmental liability.

Our lawyers join their expertise in this field with the knowledge and quality of the provision of legal services. Being organised in multidisciplinary teams, we provide response in issues such as:

  • Litigation and claims reporting. Insurances Arbitration
  • Corporate, mergers, acquisitions and other transactions
  • Regulation
  • Insurance policies draw up and update
  • Pension Funds
  • Competition
  • Insurances Taxation

Our team gathers experts of the several branches focused in providing customized services to fit this sector’s needs.

Acknowledgement

The great advantages of the team are its accessibility and that the lawyers have notable knowledge of the insurance market.
Chambers & Partners 2017
Highly regarded practice, well known for handling contentious matters in the sector. Sources acknowledge the efficiency of the team and "their vast knowledge" adding that the "lawyers have a good background in the area".
Chambers & Partners 2017

 

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