Associate Lawyer|Oporto

Filipe Pereira Duarte is an Associate Lawyer and has been at Abreu Advogados since 2009 working mainly in and real estate law, litigation and commercial law (insolvency and business recovery).

He focuses particularly on negotiating and resolving legal disputes, and works with a wide range of companies in the financial and business sectors. He has extensive experience in advising on insolvency and business recovery proceedings. He also has experience in real estate law, particularly urban leasing.

He participated in the drafting of the Insolvency Business Recovery Code for East Timor in 2017.


Advising a multinational mineral freight company in the analysis and formalization of distribution contracts.

Advising investors on purchase and sale operations of real estate.

Advising a client within the scope of legal proceedings for the embargo of new construction works.

Advising a bank on sale and leaseback operations involving a Portuguese company.

Advising an insurance company on aviation accidents which occurred in Portugal.

Advising a multinational company in the footwear sector in a project involving the drafting of goods supply contracts, with guarantees.

Advising a company in the printing industry on the analysis of commercial representation contracts.

Advising banking institutions on debt recovery and loan termination procedures.

Advising creditors and debtors in several business sectors within the scope of insolvency proceedings and special revitalisation procedures.

Advising investors on various agreements and urban leasing operations and on eviction orders.

Advising a client on the special revitalisation procedure of its employer, one of the largest Portuguese groups in the construction sector.



NOVA University of Lisbon

Law degree from NOVA University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law (2007)

Portuguese Catholic University

Postgraduate diploma in Real Estate Law, Portuguese Catholic University, Faculty of Law (2016)

Catholic Global School of Law

LLM “Negotiation for Lawyers” seminar, Catholic Global School of Law, Lisbon (2013)


  • English
  • Spanish



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