CCA ONTIER was the only portuguese nominee and shared the nomination with DLA Piper and Hogan Lovells
CCA ONTIER is the Business Development award winner from the Legal Week Innovation Awards 2017, organized by the business advocacy sector most prestigious british magazine - Legal Week. This was the first time CCA ONTIER competed, side by side along the big international companies like DLA Piper e Hogan Lovells.
For Domingos Cruz, CCA ONTIER's Managing Partner, this award represents 'the international recognition of the innovative work Startinnovation Team has been developing along with Startups and PME, national and internationally,and of which we are proud.This award highlights not only the excellence path we have been drawing, but also the ability of the whole team that increasingly commits in creating innovative solutions. This prize is not only of Startinnovation Team's, but also of all our lawyers, our clients and all our employees who contribute on a daily basis so that CCA ONTIER delivers an added value work', underlines.
The Legal Week Innovation Awards aim to reward and distinguish disruptive projects, as well as work management and innovation, which is carried out by law firms.
Winning Project - Startinnovation Team
The Startinnovation Team is a registered trademark, which was born from the initiative of entrepreneurship lawyers with extensive experience in Startups & PME consulting. It's composed by lawyers with experience in several areas, such as TMT & PI, M&A and Venture Capital. With an internationaly, multidisciplinary and excellency team, the Startinnovation Team has closely followed the birth and evolution of several companies, from the beginning of its project to its international expansion, which allows it, concretely, to add value, prepare and anticipate the growth necessary structure, in addition to finding specific solutions for each case. The knowledge gained by international processes is one of the key factors that distinguishes the Startinnovation Team. CCA ONTIER has a privileged position, with offices in more than 12 jurisdictions, including China, USA, UK and Brazil.
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