Litigation and Arbitration

CS'Associados has an extended Litigation and Arbitration team, assisting its Clients in the several areas of law, including civil, criminal, labour, administrative, tax and European litigation.

The team consists of Lawyers with a vast experience in Court and who work in an articulated manner when monitoring the proceedings in their respective jurisdictions, both judicial, administrative and tax, as well as in the European Instances.

The team is organized in such a way as to ensure a comprehensive and detailed follow-up in the disputes entrusted, with a special emphasis on multidisciplinary processes and those whose complexity involve more than one practice area of law.

Civil, Commercial and Corporate Litigation

CS Associados has an experienced team of lawyers focused on finding an efficient resolution to disputes, whether conducted out-of-court or in judicial or arbitral courts. The Civil, Commercial and Corporate Litigation team works closely with all other practice areas of CS'Associados, always ensuring an integrated approach to each case.

The lawyers in this practice area have assisted in high-profile and complex judicial and arbitration proceedings, representing Clients at all levels, including before the Portuguese Constitutional Court, and working alongside other reputable law firms in international litigation disputes. Our team has advised national and international Clients from a wide variety of sectors, including banking and insurance, telecommunications, energy, transportation, industrial and real estate, always prioritizing an in-depth knowledge of each business sector and the specific needs of each matter.

European and Competition Law

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Labour Law

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Criminal, Misdemeanour and Compliance

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Public and Regulatory Law

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Restructuring and Insolvency

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