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Stephen Morrall discusses Brexit with the International Legal Team in Porto, Portugal

  • June 27, 2018
  • By Stephen Morrall, Partner

The International Legal Team, a worldwide society comprising of lawyers with a “core” for international business, debated Brexit and Catalonia.

The event was organised by the Sociedade de Advogados Vilar & Associados at the Palace of Visconde de Balsemão, where there was a presence of solicitors from Berlin, Barcelona, London, Marseille, Paris, Nice, Kraków and Luxembourg representing the various societies that support the international operations.

The agenda included an analysis of investment opportunities in Porto and northern Portugal, with a presentation from João Luis de Sousa, Associate Director of “Vida Económica”.

The challenges of Brexit were debated and analysed by Stephen Morrall, Employment partner at Hunters Solicitors.

View the full programme and article in Vida Económica here

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