Victoria Associates

Victoria Associates Victoria Associates is a boutique specializing in international dispute resolution

1. Introduction In Portugal's legal scene, there's a noticeable rise in class actions across different areas, to which t...
19/05/2024

1. Introduction In Portugal's legal scene, there's a noticeable rise in class actions across different areas, to which third-party funders are contributing in a significant manner. Not surprisingly, this contribution has raised questions about the legitimacy of those class actions, including one distinguished scholar who went so far as to consider the phenomenon of third-party funding as "unconstitutional" in the class actions’ domain....

1.      Introduction In Portugal’s legal scene, there’s a noticeable rise in class actions across different areas, to which third-party funders are contributin…

Excited to announce that I'll be speaking at the International Arbitration Day during the London International Disputes ...
01/05/2024

Excited to announce that I'll be speaking at the International Arbitration Day during the London International Disputes Week (LIDW)! Looking forward to reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones. Join me there, and let's make it a great event!

Check out the event details here:

LIDW’s International Arbitration Day will ‘follow the arbitration disputes sun’ across key regions and jurisdictions. The event will be hosted across three firms within a very short walk of one another, so that delegates can choose the sessions covering the jurisdictions and regions most relev...

🌟 Exciting News from Victoria Associates! 🌟We are thrilled to announce that our name, Victoria Associates, is proudly as...
01/03/2024

🌟 Exciting News from Victoria Associates! 🌟
We are thrilled to announce that our name, Victoria Associates, is proudly associated with a landmark transaction in the healthcare sector. It has been an absolute pleasure to assist our esteemed client, SOMAI Pharmaceuticals, in their strategic acquisition of RPK Biopharma, Lda. from Akanda Corp. (an international medical cannabis company).
This significant deal not only reinforces SOMAI Pharmaceuticals' leading position in the global medicinal cannabis sector but also highlights the importance of strategic acquisitions in driving growth and innovation.
Our team at Victoria Associates worked diligently alongside our client to navigate the complexities of this acquisition, ensuring a seamless and successful process. Our dedication to excellence and a client-centric approach were instrumental in facilitating this significant achievement.
We extend our heartfelt congratulations to both SOMA Pharmaceuticals and Akanda Corp on this new chapter. We are proud to have contributed to this journey and are excited to witness the positive impact this acquisition will have on the industry.
A huge thank you to our dedicated team and our partners for their hard work and commitment. This accomplishment is a testament to what we can achieve together.



SOMAÍ Pharmaceuticals Unipessoal LDA ("SOMAÍ"), an EU-GMP European pharmaceutical and biotech company distributing cannabinoid-containing pharmaceuticals

Over the years, Portugal has witnessed significant developments in its approach to Investor-State Dispute Settlement (IS...
08/01/2024

Over the years, Portugal has witnessed significant developments in its approach to Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), reflecting broader global trends and policy shifts. This evolving landscape is crucial to understand how the country navigates the delicate balance between attracting foreign investment and safeguarding its regulatory autonomy. Here, we delve into a few key aspects of this evolution, exploring recent developments, ongoing challenges, and the…...

Over the years, Portugal has witnessed significant developments in its approach to Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), reflecting broader global trends and policy shifts. This evolving lands…

When selecting a dispute resolution method, the expense of arbitration is a primary consideration. As disputes become un...
09/09/2023

When selecting a dispute resolution method, the expense of arbitration is a primary consideration. As disputes become unavoidable, parties often first wonder, "What will the financial implications be?" Sometimes, by this stage, it might feel late for such considerations. Surprisingly, many arbitration agreements don't directly address cost concerns. Typically, detailed discussions on this topic emerge only in prominent cases during dispute resolution clause negotiations....

When selecting a dispute resolution method, the expense of arbitration is a primary consideration. As disputes become unavoidable, parties often first wonder, “What will the financial implic…

Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrators and Artificial Intelligence...
08/07/2023

Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrators and Artificial Intelligence...

Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrators and Artificial Intelligence

A victory for Victoria Associates and its clients!We have just received a decision of a criminal court in Lisbon that ac...
29/06/2023

A victory for Victoria Associates and its clients!

We have just received a decision of a criminal court in Lisbon that acquitted our clients from a multi-million criminal charge brought by a host of distributors across Europe. Our clients had been wrongly accused of a "large-scale" fraud; however, the judge did not concede to a single point of the plaintiff’s arguments.

Moving onwards and upwards, and time to celebrate, just before resuming work first thing tomorrow!!

PS - We would have loved to disclose more details about the case but caution is required to save everyone's reputation, especially that of the plaintiffs that ended up by being completely destroyed by the court judge.



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30/05/2023

Estamos a admitir estagiário (2ª fase de estágio)

Responsabilidades

As funções implicam, primordialmente, o acompanhamento da actividade de cliente na área das tecnologias de informação em expansão internacional, com incidência em contratação pública, direito laboral e direito societário.

Paralelamente, o(a) candidato(a) irá integrar-se na equipa da Victoria Associates, desempenhando funções em todas as áreas de contencioso, arbitragem e transacções, tanto a nível doméstico como internacional.

Requisitos

Requer-se licenciatura em Direito por Universidade Portuguesa, termo da primeira fase do estágio, fluência escrita e oral em inglês e espanhol (sendo francês e alemão uma mais-valia) e boa capacidade de integração e interação em equipa.

Requer-se igualmente licença de condução e disponibilidade para deslocações, incluindo ao estrangeiro.

Oferece

Remuneração compatível e possibilidade de progressão profissional.

Resposta por email para [email protected]

Many good wishes for the holiday season !!!
18/12/2022

Many good wishes for the holiday season !!!

Third-Party Funding:Experience and Current Trends (in Portugal and internationally)When Third-Party Funding (TPF) is men...
13/10/2022

Third-Party Funding:
Experience and Current Trends (in Portugal and internationally)

When Third-Party Funding (TPF) is mentioned, surely the first question that (still) arises for most people is: what is it all about? If we translate this expression into "third-party funding of litigation", perhaps the doubts will be dispelled for the overwhelming majority of people. However, it is inevitable to question right away what TPF really is and how it works.

The business model can be summarised as follows: for a lawsuit or set of lawsuits, there is a third party that will bear all the costs (including the lawyer's fees and, in the case of arbitration, the arbitrators' fees) in exchange for a percentage of the amount received by the financed party (usually 30% to 40%) or a multiple of the money invested (typically between three and five times, i.e. for every euro financed, the third party will receive between three and five euros). The specificity of this business model is that there is only an obligation to repay if the client succeeds; if the client loses the case, the funder will not be entitled to recover the amounts that were spent in the case.

This is, broadly speaking, the business model. But, there is an inevitable question that follows: is it "legal"? Is there not a quota litis prohibited by ethical regulation? The answer, categorically, is: no! There is no legal rule that prohibits this business model. Nor does it involve any violation of the ethical duties of the lawyer (in particular the prohibition of quota litis), provided that the lawyer does not allow the relationship with his client and with the cases he handles to become conditioned or submitted to rights and duties that should typically be located only within the agreement between funder and funded party.

By way of example: it may be thought that the funder (because it is the funder who up-fronts the cash to move the case forward), will determine the way the process is conducted and will condition the procedural strategy (including the choice of counsel). This would involve a clear violation of the lawyers' ethical duties. Admittedly, this type of conditioning may occur, particularly when the funder is not "comfortable" with the legal team, either because they have never worked with them or for any other reason. However, our experience shows otherwise.
In cases where we have worked with third party funding, the funder already knows the team of lawyers well. Often, the funders themselves come to us to understand which cases they can fund, which involves a judgement of trust in the team that is in charge of sponsoring the case. Afterwards, during the case, the funders limit themselves to a monitoring of the case in a "light touch mode".

Despite the attractiveness that this model involves, there is a catch, because not all the cases are likely to be funded.

Firstly - and one would expect nothing less - the case must have a fair chance of success (better said: the case needs to present a high likelihood of success, typically above 80% of chances of prevailing). It is therefore expected that due diligence of the case and of the entities involved will be conducted to some extent and depth. This immediately raises a concern: information provided to the funder is not covered by professional privilege, which naturally impacts on the confidentiality of the information.

Secondly, not all the amounts involved are attractive to funders. Internationally, and from what we have seen in our practice, it is very difficult to find anyone willing to fund litigation involving sums of less than 10 or 15 million euros. The reason for this threshold is that the entities that, in turn, are behind the third party funders, and the funders themselves, are looking for minimum returns on their investments.

This point means that the phenomenon is not yet very popular in Portugal. It is not that there are not areas of the law where this financing could blossom (for example, companies in insolvency or actions related to intellectual property rights, especially patents). Among us, business initiatives to launch this financial model have already been started but, as we see it, they do not seem to be adjusted to the dimension of the Portuguese landscape. We must keep in mind the scale of our legal market and must direct the focus towards small and medium litigation of SMEs which are the ones that mostly make up the business fabric of our country. Eventually, some more specific and higher value cases may benefit from this funding, but those will be isolated cases.

There are some trends that have been developing, as regards TPF, at the international level, more specifically in international arbitration and, within this, in investment arbitration.
The most prominent one concerns the duty to disclose the existence and identity of the funder in order to ascertain the existence of conflicts of interest. In fact, it is enough to think that one of the arbitrators has a connection with the funder (because the funder has funded another case where the arbitrator acts as counsel for the party, to give just one example) to understand that the integrity of the tribunal (its independence and impartiality) may be at risk.

From this point, a duty of disclosure has been firmly affirmed and is virtually internationally consolidated. However, this (limited) duty of disclosure has quickly evolved into a duty to disclose the terms and conditions of the funding arrangement, with a view to address another very hot topic in this area.

We are referring to the problem of the security to cover the costs of the proceedings (cautio judicatum solvi or "security for costs"). In fact, when the existence of a third-party funder is known, the logical step is to presume, as some (admittedly few) arbitral tribunals have already done, that the (funded) claimant is not in a position to honour a potential "adverse" award obliging him to pay the costs of the winning party. And from this it will invariably follow a request for that funded party to provide security for costs. The understanding of the vast majority of arbitral tribunals has been very restrictive on this point since, addressing it as a typical interim measure, they require the verification of all its requirements (including the danger of not being able to recover the costs). International arbitral tribunals also have made a point that the existence of a TPF is not synonymous to "impecuniosity". However, it is clear that respondent parties in arbitration, when suspecting or knowing about the existence of a funding arrangement, very hardly escape from the temptation to seek security for costs, as it also represents a weapon to weaken the strategy and distract the procedural endeavours of the claimant.
Nonetheless, often times a poor command of the issue on security for costs endangers the procedural strategy (of either claimant or respondent). A curious example in this regard occurred in an investment arbitration case where the arbitral tribunal relied on a statement made by the legal team (who had stated that the law firm would be responsible for paying the costs of the arbitration) to require from the claimants the filling of a unilateral undertaking to pay those costs. The law firm eventually produced that undertaking.

This is indeed a point where the greatest care must be taken by counsel lest a court considers them to be the "funders of the litigation" and consequently orders them to pay the opposing party's costs (as has it happened in the past in England).

There is no doubt, however, that the litigation financing by third parties continues to attract a great deal of attention and some criticism as well but, on the other hand, it deserves the necessary support because it represents an undeniably useful tool when it comes to guaranteeing access to the justice.

The way a dispute is conducted and settled relies greatly in the way the dispute resolution clause is drafted. There are...
22/05/2022

The way a dispute is conducted and settled relies greatly in the way the dispute resolution clause is drafted. There are several initial options to consider when doing so.
First Option
The first choice to make relates to the mechanism to resort: state court litigation, arbitration, mediation, or other ADR. We consider the two basic and most usual options:

1. State court litigation (forum jurisdiction clause): "The parties submit all their disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of [City]"

2. Arbitration: "Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration.The number of arbitrators shall be [one or three]. The place of arbitration shall be [city, state]. [State] law shall apply. Judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof."

More to come. Stay tuned and in the meantime do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any question - [email protected]

Victoria Associates


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26/09/2021

Victoria Associates is growing!
We are very much pleased to announce the addition of Ricardo Vigário to the Portuguese team in Lisbon.
Welcome Ricardo Vigário! We wish you all the success in this new venture!

Ricardo Vigário is a lawyer qualified in Portugal, admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association. He has also provided legal advice related Commercial and Corporate matters, assisting corporate clients, in particular regarding the creation and restructuring of companies, contractual drafting and negotiation and assistance within several corporate transactions.

He acts regularly in dispute resolution, representing several national and international clients, in negotiation and pre-litigation proceedings, as well as providing legal representation in judicial proceedings, regarding civil, commercial and administrative matters.

01/09/2021

Estamos a contratar advogado/a com pelo menos dois anos de inscrição na Ordem dos Advogados e experiência em direito societário, contencioso e contratação pública.
Áreas de actuação:
Arbitragem nacional e internacional;
Contencioso judicial societário, reestruturações e insolvência;
Contencioso judicial financeiro;
M&A;
Contratação pública.

Oferece-se remuneração compatível.

Resposta dirigida a [email protected]

Arbitration Case Law (Portugal) - New Case Coimbra Court of Appeal | Arbitration | Application of the rules of the Portu...
26/07/2021

Arbitration Case Law (Portugal) - New Case

Coimbra Court of Appeal | Arbitration | Application of the rules of the Portuguese Code of Civil Procedure | Case #131
Case nr. 56/21.2YRCBR.C1
08-07-2021
https://arbitrationportugal.com/2021/07/26/coimbra-court-of-appeal-arbitration-application-of-the-rules-of-the-portuguese-code-of-civil-procedure-case-131/

Case nr. 56/21.2YRCBR.C1 08-07-2021 LINK DGSI Summary: The rules of the Code of Civil Procedure do not apply even by default to arbitration proceedings subject to the Voluntary Arbitration Law (Law…

Resolving disputes in international distribution agreements. Check the latest post on Victoria Associates page and the f...
04/05/2021

Resolving disputes in international distribution agreements. Check the latest post on Victoria Associates page and the full report on Lexology GTDT.

https://victoria.associates/2021/05/04/resolving-disputes-in-international-distribution-agreements-in-portugal/

Summary This post addresses very briefly the mechanisms to solve international disputes, in Portugal, in the context of international distribution and agency agreements. In order to solve disputes, suppliers and distributors have at their disposal all means of dispute resolution, including judicial....

The SVAMC TASK FORCE ON TECH DISPUTES, TECH COMPANIES & INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION webpage is now live !Check it here: ht...
16/03/2021

The SVAMC TASK FORCE ON TECH DISPUTES, TECH COMPANIES & INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION webpage is now live !

Check it here: https://svamc.org/svamc-task-force-on-tech-disputes/ and provide your feedback.

The Task Force, which is led by Patricia Shaughnessy, Paul Cohen and Duarte Henriques, seeks to explore the reasons for the apparent under-use of arbitration by global technology companies and to offer solutions. The inquiry will be conducted through a comprehensive study using reliable methodologie...

09/03/2021

New Case of the Online Guide to Portuguese Arbitration
Porto Court of Appeal | Action for Annulment of an Arbitral Award | Time Limit for Completion of Proceedings | Duty to State Reasons | Case #128

Arbitration Portugal - new case
09/02/2021

Arbitration Portugal - new case

Guimarães Court of Appeal | Annulment of an Arbitral Award | Ultra petitum | Case nr. 122/20.1YRGMR21-01-2021LINK DGSI Summary: I. In a special lawsuit for the annulment of an arbit…

SVAMC Task Force on Tech Disputes, Tech Companies & International ArbitrationVictoria Associates' Member Duarte G Henriq...
03/10/2020

SVAMC Task Force on Tech Disputes, Tech Companies & International Arbitration

Victoria Associates' Member Duarte G Henriques is co-chairing the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center Task Force on Tech Disputes, Tech Companies & International Arbitration

The Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center (SVAMC), a not-for-profit “think tank” organization with a global focus that encourages the use of alternative dispute resolution in the technology sector, has established this Task Force on Tech Disputes, Tech Companies & International Arbitration (the “Task Force”). The Task Force, which is led by Paul Cohen, Duarte Henriques and Patricia Shaughnessy, seeks to explore the apparent underrepresentation of global technology companies in the arbitration community. The lack of use of arbitration by this resourceful industry puzzles as arbitration would seem to offer a particularly attractive dispute resolution mechanism for technology company disputes. Unlike litigation, arbitration offers expeditious, private, flexible, effective adjudication by specialized arbitrators resulting in awards enforceable in 162 countries. The Task Force aims to find out why this is so through a comprehensive study using reliable methodologies and engaging in dialog with technology companies and other relevant players in the sector. Through the study and dialog with leaders and lawyers in the tech sector, the arbitration community can learn how to better serve this sector, as well as share needed information about the process and opportunities that arbitration may offer. The Task Force also envisages to offer a bundle of tools that can make the use of arbitration more friendly for those who may be less familiar with its advantages, are accustomed to state court litigation, or have some negative impressions of arbitration.

As a starting point, the Task Force has ventured some initial premises that may underlie the underuse of arbitration by technology companies; these premises are discussed in the White Paper. The Task Force will test and adjust these premises through research, a large-scale survey, and dialog with the tech sector. A diverse working-group of experts representing different backgrounds and regions will be enlisted to carry-out the work. The on-going work of the Task Force will be presented for public discussion and comment to ensure robust review and to enhance collaboration within the arbitration and the technology business communities. The Task Force report will become a public document which can serve to explain and adapt arbitration to technology companies needs and to inform the tech industry about the suitability of arbitration for effectively resolving their disputes.

Co-Chairs:
Patricia Shaughnessy
Paul Cohen
Duarte G. Henriques

https://svamc.org/svamc-task-force-on-tech-disputes-tech-companies-international-arbitration-white-paper/

09/27/202009/29/2020 News SVAMC Task Force on Tech Disputes, Tech Companies & International Arbitration White Paper The Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center (SVAMC), a not-for-profit “think tank” organization with a global focus that encourages the use of alternative dispute resolutio...

Victoria Associates welcomes Katie Hyman (and Washington) and João Nuno Frazão
01/09/2020

Victoria Associates welcomes Katie Hyman (and Washington) and João Nuno Frazão

It is our pleasure to announce the Victoria Associates’ new members. Katie Hyman, based in Washington DC, and João Nuno Frazão, based in Lisbon joined Victoria Associates as of September 2020. Katie Hyman is dual-qualified as an English solicitor and New York attorney and is admitted as a specia...

Dear friends: I have just been elected Chairman of the Insurance Arbitration Center ("CIMPAS - Centro de Informação, Med...
30/07/2020

Dear friends: I have just been elected Chairman of the Insurance Arbitration Center ("CIMPAS - Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Seguros"), in Lisbon, for a 3 years term. It is for me a great honour and responsibility. The center holds an impressive number of cases: around 1,700 / year are decided by arbitration.
Learn more about the Center at https://cimpas.pt/pt

O Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Seguros é uma entidade apoiada e autorizada pelo Ministério da Justiça, que tem por objecto prestar informações e disponibilizar vias de resolução alternativa de litígios decorrentes de contratos de seguros através dos seguintes procedime...

Great news at Victoria Associates !Following the joining of Miguel Salas and Seville last April, we are thrilled to anno...
10/07/2020

Great news at Victoria Associates !
Following the joining of Miguel Salas and Seville last April, we are thrilled to announce that Ted Folkman and Dr Kyriaki Noussia are bringing two new ports (Boston and Athens) to our practice. Broader reach, but more importantly, great people to work with.

Embark with us !!

https://globalarbitrationreview.com/article/1228740/three-new-members-at-europe-us-disputes-network?utm_source=07%2f10%2f20-20%3a09%3a52-433+-+Virtual+awards+ceremony+draws+global+audience&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=07%2f10%2f20-20%3a09%3a52-433+-+Virtual+awards+ceremony+draws+global+audience&utm_term=Virtual+awards+ceremony+draws+global+audience&utm_content=53251&gator_td=cOB7wDbGn4J4B4j1mkBFU%2byE0vAqMxHaahoqFl2tVQ60da2E4%2fHs3jS98GxWDPiZIywI0H3eX95yYZhc%2fx7H%2fzg626yjJ90MWVxm1QaMVC6L1M4l6sQX3BxsIUhg%2f1U5YubPs5bXkStjLYaosZ3XDM8SoxD9ErK9UVy4%2b076r0Ng0imm03%2fQeIWKnO5JzWV7dJZpliC3Vc9XpM1ZpDL96zuz17JI5%2fri%2fLsoewmgZxkBpX1xlZWjpnS9pROdUez%2f

Victoria Associates, a recently launched network of disputes lawyers across Europe and the US, has added three new members in Seville, Boston and Athens.

23/05/2020

Supreme Court of Justice | Group of Companies| Arbitration Agreement | Tacit Consent to Arbitrate | Case nr. 28/14.3TBOHP.C1.S115-01-2019LINK DGSI Headline: The parties’ agreement to…

13/05/2020

International Arbitration & Portugal Internationally Oriented Community International arbitration in Portugal has taken off in recent years, and as previous posts have discussed, there are a wi…

How Victoria Associates is boosting my international practice By Duarte G. HenriquesPerhaps the biggest challenge that I...
09/05/2020

How Victoria Associates is boosting my international practice

By Duarte G. Henriques

Perhaps the biggest challenge that I face as an international arbitration practitioner is myself. As you all may know, I’m born, brought up and educated in Portugal and in Portuguese law (or, from a negative point of view, I wasn’t born or educated in an English environment).
This can represent a major hindrance for an international career. Let’s face it: in the international disputes arena, Portugal is largely peripheral; and if one doesn’t speak English at native level or if one isn’t educated in a common law system, the chances of getting appointments as arbitrator or being retained for arbitration cases located outside Portugal, are rather minimal.

You have to take the cards you are dealt and the key is to take advantage of the situation and make it into a strong point as Portugal has done in various contexts such as the United Nations and the European Union. The Portuguese are known for their willingness to leave their comfort zone and explore the world taking advantage of what it offers to those who are hardy and courageous. Our people are known to be hard working, fair and reasonable. That is why I feel so comfortable being a part of Victoria Associates.

Having invested “tons” of hours in training and developed “international” skills throughout the years (which, in any event, has brought me very interesting international cases where I’ve been acted as counsel or arbitrator), the founding of Victoria Associates has been simply spectacular.

Since the beginning of 2020, I’ve been approached a number of times to represent new clients and to serve as arbitrator in international cases. None related Portugal. No Portuguese language or seat, nor even the law of Portugal (or other Portuguese speaking countries). Truly international cases.

Just to point out two recent cases, since January 2020 I was appointed as co-arbitrator and chairman in two arbitrations seated in Hong Kong (one “institutional” and the other “ad hoc”), the other arbitrators coming from London, Perth (coincidentally two of them), Hong Kong and Singapore. The parties come from different corners of the world. English law applies to both cases. And, it goes without saying, English is the language of the proceedings.

Now, how did I accomplish that? Many factors contributed but Victoria Associates is the crowning touch, the factor which brings everything together.

Indeed, with the different international backgrounds and educations, and global reach, the members of Victoria Associates can work virtually everywhere, out of any country and under any law.

All VA members embarked on this new venture with passion: We do what we like, and we like what we do!

And share the risks and rewards with our clients.

Victoria Associates is already a tale of success, in spite of these troubled times. So it is more than appropriate to say:

Embark with us!!!

We are thrilled to share our latest news (and a short video) with you!Victoria’s reaching the starting point!Victoria As...
25/04/2020

We are thrilled to share our latest news (and a short video) with you!

Victoria’s reaching the starting point!

Victoria Associates has reached the starting point and is adding an office where it all has begun. Indeed, the expedition of Ferdinand Magellan truly begun in Sevilla, then the capital city of Castilla (Spain). Victoria was the only ship to return safely to its departure harbour, some three years later.

Now, Victoria Associates is proud to announce that it has an office in Seville, in one of its premium locations and just across the “Catedral de Sevilla” and the “Archivo General de Indias“.

Through the incorporation of its new member, Miguel Salas, founder partner of Salas y Donaire, Victoria Associates is expanding its reach and is now able to provide any kind of services related to international disputes in Spain.

Miguel Salas is a seasoned lawyer, with 25+ years of experience, dealing in a number of areas of law, particularly litigation and arbitration.

With this addition, Victoria Associates not only boosts its reach but also and more importantly is welcoming a lawyer truly embedded in its spirit and values. It will surely be a tremendous and rewarding experience!

Bienvenido Miguel, bienvenida Sevilla,

¡ OLÉ !

https://youtu.be/x9DZ_WVuvu4

Victoria Associates is pleased to welcome Sevilla and Miguel Salas!

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Lisbon
1000138LISBOA

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Victoria Associates - International Dispute Resolution

Victoria Associates specializes in international dispute resolution by combining a wide range of talents and global resources.

Victoria Associates is international and knows no borders.

We are qualified to practice in Paris, New York, Portugal, Frankfurt, D.C., California, Arizona, Brazil and Venezuela.

We work in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese.

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