PLMJ Expands Internationalisation With The Creation Of A Scandinavian Desk

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PLMJ has recently launched its Scandinavian Desk. The team is coordinated by Peter Morawetz, a Swedish lawyer with more than 30 years' experience in advising Scandinavian companies. Peter Morawetz was a partner in one of Sweden's leading law firms, Vinge, and joined PLMJ as a consultant at the beginning of the year.

PLMJ EXPANDS INTERNATIONALISATION WITH THE CREATION OF A SCANDINAVIAN DESK

A specialised, multidisciplinary team focused on providing legal support for investment in Scandinavian countries, Portugal and Portuguese-speaking countries.

The law firm PLMJ has recently launched itsScandinavian Desk, a multidisciplinary team of specialist lawyers focused on supporting clients from Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), in Portugal and in Portuguese-speaking countries and clients interested in doing business in the Scandinavian markets. The team is coordinated by Peter Morawetz, a Swedish lawyer with more than 30 years' experience in advising Scandinavian companies. Peter Morawetz was a partner in one of Sweden's leading law firms, Vinge, and joined PLMJ as a consultant at the beginning of the year.

To begin with, the Scandinavian Desk will work in coordination with PLMJ's German Desk. This team has vast experience in providing legal support to clients from German-speaking countries in Portugal and Portuguese companies in Germany, Austria and the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and is led by partner Vasco Ataíde Marques.

According to Vasco Ataíde Marques "Our aim with the new PLMJ Desk is to provide more effective support to investors from Scandinavia when they decide to invest in Portugal or in Portuguese-speaking countries where PLMJ International Legal Network is present. This support is based on extensive knowledge of the markets in question and the needs of companies and private clients. This Desk also specialises in assisting Portuguese clients who want to invest in the markets of northern Europe with the benefit of the same skills and know-how of those markets."

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