PLMJ appoints 5 new partners and 7 new senior associates


PLMJ has appointed 5 new partners and 7 new senior associates. These appointments represent another important step in the firm’s policy of organic growth and they also recognise the merit and high levels of specialisation and leadership capacity of its lawyers. This progression confirms that PLMJ continues to believe in the importance of recognising the major contribution its lawyers make to improving the competitiveness and efficiency of the firm. With these changes, the largest law firm in the country now has 43 partners among a total of 212 lawyers.

The following PLMJ lawyers were promoted to partners:

Eduardo Nogueira Pinto from the employment practice, who specialises in social security and matters related to the healthcare industry and life sciences, particularly pharmaceuticals. He also advises private clients.

Daniel Reis from the TMT- Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice, who specialises in areas such as consumer law and data protection.

Rita Alarcão Júdice from the real estate practice, who specialises in matters related to the licensing of shopping centres and retail parks and also in advising clients on operations in the areas of foreign investment, distribution, hotels, tourism and restaurants. She also advises private clients.

Maria João Mata from the Corporate and M&A practice, who has extensive experience in merger operations, corporate acquisitions and advising foreign clients. Her particular focus is on clients operating in the automotive, construction, tobacco and insurance sectors. She also advises private clients.

Bárbara Godinho Correia from the Corporate and M&A practice, who has broad experience in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions. She advises many foreign clients, particularly from the banking and finance, construction and sports sectors.

The following PLMJ lawyers were promoted to senior associates:

Joaquim Pedro Torres and Eliana Bernardo from the employment practice.

Carolina Meireles and Rita Albuquerque from the corporate and M&A team.

Sandra Pereira de Almeida from the litigation and arbitration practice.

Tiago Serrão from the public law team.

Manuel Liberal Jerónimo from PLMJ’s Oporto office.

With these changes, the PLMJ enters 2013 inspired with a new dynamic to face the challenges and work to maintain its leadership in Portugal and continue with its international expansion, particularly in the Portuguese-speaking world.

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