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Chambers Europe 2023 distinguishes 19 Lawyers and 14 practice areas of Sérvulo


The Chambers Europe 2023 edition has recognised 19 lawyers and 14 practice areas of SÉRVULO. The Firm maintains its leadership in Public Law and Life Sciences (band 1) and sees a newcomer in the ranking of lawyers. 

The following practice areas were distinguished: Banking & Finance, Capital Markets, Competition / European Law, Corporate/M&A, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Energy & Natural Resources, Intellectual Property, Life Sciences, Projects, Public Law, Restructuring / Insolvency, Tax e TMT. 

Among the distinguished lawyers: Manuel Magalhães (Banking & Finance and Restructuring/Insolvency), Paulo Câmara (Banking & Finance and Capital Markets), Francisco Barona (Banking & Finance), Verónica Fernández (Capital Markets), Miguel Gorjão-Henriques (Competition / European Law), Alberto Saavedra (Competition / European Law), João Saúde (Dispute Resolution), Mafalda Ferreira Santos (Dispute Resolution and Restructuring / Insolvency), José Lobo Moutinho (Dispute Resolution: Corporate Crime), Rui Medeiros (Dispute Resolution: Most in Demand Arbitrators and Public Law), Rita Canas da Silva (Employment Law), Mark Kirkby (Energy and Natural Resources, Projects and Public Law), Ana Luísa Guimarães (Energy and Natural Resources and Projects), Ana Rita Paínho (Intellectual Property, Life Sciences and TMT), Mariana Costa Pinto (Life Sciences), Eduardo Gonçalves Rodrigues (Planning), José Manuel Sérvulo Correia (Public Law), João Amaral e Almeida (Public Law) and Pedro Fernández Sánchez (Public Law).

SÉRVULO's positioning in the Chambers and Partners’ rankings reflects the firm's strategic focus in recent years and reinforces the differential and meritocracy of the legal services provided.