PremiumSérvulo reinforces European Law and Competition

Professors Victor Calvete and Inês Quadros joined the European Law and Competition team at the office led by Paulo Câmara. Objective is "to put at the service of customers what academic life offers, time and distance for reflection".

Sérvulo & Associados recently reinforced the team with two consultants, joining the department of European Law and Competition with the pair of university professors Victor Calvete and Inês Quadros. The law firm tells Jornal Económico (JE) that these appointments are part of a strategy that involves maintaining quality and academic excellence in monitoring clients and more complex cases.

“Perhaps in countercycling, we have seen an exponential increase in work and we have tried, for the moment, to focus on the areas of European law but also on competition and the competition economy. Professors Inês Quadros and Victor Calvete represent the best that our academy has produced, with works and an open mind, and with sometimes even disruptive conceptions ”, guarantees Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, coordinating partner of the European and Competition team, who intends to ensure the necessary legal trust and confidence.

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