Monday, 15 July 2013 11:19

Doing it the hard way - Miranda

When the market hears the word `Miranda´, say competitors, they usually think of Africa. The law firm has steadily expanded into the continent over the past decade and a half, with associated offices in Angola, Cape Verde, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe. And it has no intention of stopping anytime soon, says Rui Amendoeira, Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados’ Managing Partner.
In the current climate where Iberian markets are in crisis, some say the only way to survive is by having a strong international presence either through own offices abroad or being part of an international organisation.
Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:43

Buying into the culture - Freshfields

LawFirmHaving a ‘we’ culture, rather than just a collection of rising stars, could be the secret to keeping a law firm together in turbulent times.
Friday, 08 February 2013 12:40

Fighting the right battle - SRS Advogados

LawFirmProfile_smDuring these days of crisis, making it through another year is an achievement. So when you hit a 20-year anniversary, then it’s definitely time for a celebration.
Wednesday, 31 October 2012 12:36

Leading the troops in a crisis - Allen & Overy

allenoveryAs law firms battle through the crisis, everyone has to dig in and do their part. While no one can be sure what challenges the future will bring, for Iñigo Gómez-Jordana, Managing Partner of Allen & Overy Spain, striking the right balance between management, leadership and fee-earning is key.
Thursday, 16 August 2012 11:57

Lessons from both sides of the law - Ashurst

ashurts2Crossing from private practice to in-house is a well proven path. However, moves in the opposite direction have not always been as successful. The advantage for Gonzalo Jiménez-Blanco, Managing Partner of Ashurst Spain and Head of its International Finance Practice, is that he knows a thing or two about what in-house counsel want from their external law firms.
LawfirmTake a mid-sized firm with a solid track record, add a high profile privatisation and a pinch of visibility, and you have the recipe for defying the odds when it comes to size.
LawFirm_HUGOIf you mix sports, legal services and technological solutions, the result is a firm primed to capitalise on the old adage of “slow and steady wins the race”.
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 11:01

The rebirth of ABBC

“All tradition is merely the past,” claimed the renowned writer Jiddu Krishnamurti and this has clearly been one of the core cultural traits among many Portuguese law firms; often founded by charismatic lawyers with a clear set of ideologies but with little thought towards issues such as internationalisation, branding or succession planning.

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