Building on the success of CDR’s first Spring Litigation Symposium, which looked at a range of contemporary issues around cross-border litigation, CDR’s second event focuses on the twin themes of competition law litigation and enforcement, and follow-on private class actions for damages, on a national regional and global basis.
Topics raised will focus how to manage compliance to minimise regulatory risk, how to strategically manage class actions, the links between regula
tion and litigation proceedings in terms of damages and disclosure, and legal professional privilege.
As always, this conference has been developed ‘by lawyers, for lawyers’, which creates a great atmosphere, great networking opportunities, and includes the chance to add your views to our coverage of the event, allowing your firm to be represented as a leader in its field in this important practice area. As well as our presentation sessions, our panel discussions allow you to put your questions directly to our experts.
Sandra Gomes Pinto
Luís Laureano Santos e Associados
Sandra is a litigation and arbitration expert with over 20 years of national and international experience, Her expertise comprises several industries in which she is highly experienced (Construction, Oil & Gas, Energy and Pharmaceutical). She has acted as legal counsel in procedures on matters such as the protection of foreign direct investment, complex engineering and distribution agreements, technology transfers, sale of corporate assets, international sale of goods, competition law and intellectual property law.
She is very active in litigation and competition matters and frequently collaborates with German law firms with activity in Portugal, as well as acting as counsel for construction and energy companies operating in Angola, Mozambique, Cabo Verde and Guinea.