PLMJ has organised a set of sessions (in Portuguese) that will take place on 3, 10, 17 and 24 of February. The sessions will include concise presentations of the main changes and innovations introduced by the DMIF II / RMIF, and the presentations will be followed by debate on their impact and the challenges they raise.
The presentations will...
João Medeiros, the partner who heads PLMJ Crime, has spoken to the newspaper Observador about the criminal case involving the sons of the Iraq ambassador to Portugal.
The PLMJ partner told the newspaper: "I believe the case will come to an end in Portugal and the Public Prosecutor will very probably have to decide to withdraw the...
In the article, Inês de Castro Ruivo explains that "very often technology advances faster than the law, so this currently raises a lot of questions. For some, the complexity of the legal issues is bound to delay the entry of this technology into the market. It is hoped that States will manage to achieve a level of regulation and...
PLMJ is one of the top five law firms in terms of numbers of deals and deals with the greatest value in 2016. This information appears in the TTR Deal Tracker Portugal ranking.
According to TTR, "PLMJ also showed an improvement on last year and grew by 27% [in the ranking for total number of deals].
Read the article (in Portuguese) here.
PLMJ is the only Portuguese firm to have won the Law Firm of the Year: Iberia award twice and the only one to be shortlisted for advising on the European banking and finance deal of the year
In the year in which PLMJ marks its 50th anniversary, Portugal’s largest law firm, which is also present in Portuguese-speaking Africa, has again...
PLMJ supports Filipa Larangeira’s book: "Queen B: How to Avoid the Top Startup Mistakes and Build an Extraordinary Business"
PLMJ is supporting the "Queen B: How to Avoid the Top Startup Mistakes and Build an Extraordinary Business" by Filipe Larangeira.News of this partnership was published by Dinheiro Vivo, which points out that “the main sponsors are the law firm PLMJ, Startup Lisboa and Microsoft. The book will be written during the course of...