Wednesday, 19 June 2019 13:14

At the crossroads

SRS Advogados is set to review its strategic plan, and despite ending an alliance with Simmons & Simmons ten years ago, another merger has not been ruled out – managing partner Pedro Rebelo de Sousa says ‘significant change’ is inevitable
Monday, 17 June 2019 15:32

New era

Cuatrecasas CEO Jorge Badía recently won a hotly contested leadership election, now he wants to increase the firm’s global reach, tackle the diversity challenge and win the battle for the best talent.
Thursday, 30 May 2019 10:57

Going it alone

CCA’s recent split from Ontier took many in the market by surprise, but CCA managing partner Domingos Cruz (pictured) said the two firm’s strategies had become increasingly incompatible
Thursday, 30 May 2019 10:16

Steadying the ship

The opening of Pinsent Masons’ Madrid office two years ago resulted in a fierce court battle with fellow Madrid firm Ramón y Cajal, but, since then, the firm has resolved its problems and registered some impressive growth
Friday, 10 May 2019 12:52

Team Talk

Though Garrigues, Iberia ́s largest law firm, has just enjoyed its most successful first quarter for ten years, managing partner Fernando Vives (pictured) warns that the outlook for the legal sector is, at best, uncertain – but he is confident he has a team that will be able to surmount the challenges to come.
Thursday, 09 May 2019 09:27

Europe´s finest?

Viewed in some quarters as the continent’s best managing partner, João Vieira de Almeida (pictured) says the key to his firm’s success is having ‘no stars’ – now he faces one of his biggest tests...handing the firm over to his successor
Thursday, 11 April 2019 11:51

The Man At The Top

The new managing partner of Uría Menéndez, Salvador Sánchez-Terán, leads what is arguably Iberia’s most highly esteemed law firm – while he can rely on the support of some highly accomplished lawyers, rivals are attempting to snatch some of the firm’s most prized assets
Thursday, 20 December 2018 14:28

Ready for battle

Caiado Guerreiro has grown substantially in the last year, but the firm is well aware that it must adapt itself to meet the challenge posed by new competitors
Thursday, 15 November 2018 12:40

Customer service

perezllorca officeOf all the leading law firms in Spain, Pérez-Llorca reported the largest growth in revenue in the last year – managing partner Pedro Pérez-Llorca says this is due to having “good people” and providing value for clients rather than competing on price
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