Victoria Associates is pleased to announce that Duarte Henriques and João Frazão wrote the Portuguese report for Mondaq’s International Arbitration Comparative Guide.
The International Arbitration Comparative Guide is edited by Herbert Smith Freehills partner Craig Tevendale and also Vanessa Naish (HSF).
The Guide is a collection of country reports from around 40 jurisdictions, in a Q&A style, and is available online here: https://www.mondaq.com/litigation-mediation–arbitration/1293856/international-arbitration-comparative-guide
The Portuguese Comparative Guide will help you in:
1. Understanding the local context: A country report on Portugal can offer valuable insight into the local context, including the legal system, culture, and business practices. This understanding can help parties involved in international arbitration to navigate the process more effectively.
2. Insight into arbitration procedures: The report can provide insight into the local arbitration procedures used in Portugal. Understanding the legal framework for arbitration in Portugal can help parties involved in international arbitration to better understand the process and to anticipate any potential issues that may arise.
3. Availability of resources: The report can also provide information on the availability of resources. This information can help parties involved in international arbitration to identify and engage the most appropriate resources for their needs.
Overall, reading a country report for Portugal on international arbitration can offer valuable insight into the legal, cultural, and economic context in which international arbitration takes place in the country.
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