Based in Lisbon , Carvalho Matias & Associados (CMASA) provides a wide range of legal services, aiming at supporting the global needs of a varied national and international clientele. Our lawyers are experienced professionals, committed to offering a high standard of personal service to any typeof clients, from small and mid-size companies to large corporations and state bodies. The firm covers a variety of practice areas, with particular emphasis on banking, insolvency, commercial, employment, property, energy, aviation and media.
Experienced in dealing with corporate clients with complex internal organizations our lawyers are familiar with the kind of practical and proactive assistance these clients value, being so able to offer them the added value of a creative and dynamic performance. Understanding our clients businesses and properly identifying their needs is a major concern, as we tailor our advice to ensure that they receive the best commercial and legal solutions.
On occasions, some of our lawyers have been seconded to clients, which enables us to be fully up to date with their interests. The firm is also renowned for its litigation practice.Number of professionals: 8
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- PORTUGAL: The support of StartUps during the Covid 19 Pandemic
May 13, 2020
We at Carvalho, Matias & Associados (PT) would like to share with you a new set of iniciatives taken by the Portuguese Autorities to adapt and support a large number of StartUps in Portugal during this outbreak, with a keen intention of planning and reorganizing their activities and products for the post-pandemic scenario. https://www.telfa.law/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/StartUps_Covid19.pdf Duarte Silva…
- Measures of the Portuguese government to support businesses and citizens affected by the COVID 19 pandemic
April 24, 2020
Here is a document prepared by Carvalho I Matias & Asociados explaining all the relevant information regarding specific COVID-19 measures taken in Portugal: https://www.telfa.law/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/COVID-19-Portugal.pdf