BAS celebrates its ninth year

BAS celebrates its ninth year of operation in January. The renewal of its team, increase and diversification in its offer and prizes won are some of the things to highlight in the entry of this New Year.

In 2010, BAS was presented to the market as a Law firm with a broad offering of innovative legal services and with a clear focus on the flexibilisaton of the legal processes in Portugal.

The founding team of partners is essentially the same, namely Artur Filipe da Silva, Cláudia Monge, Dália Cardadeiro, Jane Kirkby, Marco Real Martins, Miguel Salvador, Nuno Miguel Vieira, Pedro Madeira de Brito and, since 2016, Sérgio Alves Ribeiro . The managing partners are currently Artur Filipe da Silva, Claudia Monge and Miguel Salvador.

Three years after starting operations, BAS starts its operations abroad, developing partnerships in Angola, Brazil and Mozambique, in a joint venture with Legalline.

In 2014 and 2015, the team is made more robust with the integration of lawyers Nuno Cadima Oliveira, Alexandra Almeida Mota, Bruno Pereirinha and João Carlos Almeida, which increased the firm’s responsiveness in the areas of Corporate Law, Labour Law and Real Estate.

2018 was a very good year for BAS, with its international recognition at the Iberian Business Awards as Best Health Law Firm and Best Lawyers in the area of ​​Labour Law in Portugal (Lisbon).

At the end of 2018, BAS announced the strengthening of its team with the signing of two associate lawyers who came to give new vitality to the areas of Real Estate Law, Corporate Law, Data Protection and Immigration Law and Civil Litigation.


New area of ​​action and present challenges

To its several areas of Law, the areas of Sports Law, Real Estate Law, Insolvency, Banking and Financial Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property where added to its services portfolio, and more recently, it started to focus on Immigration Law and Aeronautical Law.

BAS is thus prepared to meet the new challenges that lie ahead in 2019:

  • Changes in the Contribution Scheme of Independent Workers.
  • Consolidation of the health sector as one of the growth areas.
  • The continuous commitment to provide qualified training to current and potential clients, namely in the areas of Public Procurement and Labour Law;
  • Program designated “Golden Visa” will continue to leverage the real estate and tourism sectors.
  • Labour Law and Social Security in a framework of confluence and interaction between various jurisdictions in an increasingly global Europe.

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