Frederico
de Távora
Pedro

Associate Lawyer|Lisbon

Practice Areas
Litigation and Arbitration
Sports
Industry Sectors
Infrastructure & PPP
Desks
Angolan Desk

Frederico de Távora Pedro has been at Abreu Advogados since 2015, working primarily in litigation, arbitration and sports law. He is also member of Abreu Advogados’ Angolan Desk.

He has extensive practical experience on matters relating to commercial litigation, particularly in respect of commercial contracts. He participated in various arbitration proceedings, both in commercial litigation and in the energy sector, as well as in Sports Arbitration Court proceedings.

He has also been involved with various matters relating to Angola covering a wide range of legal issues and has provided advice by networking with lawyers participating in the Abreu International Legal Solutions service in Angola.

Experience

Advising sports clubs and top-level sportspeople in arbitration proceedings before the Sports Arbitration Court in respect of contesting decisions handed down by the disciplinary bodies of several sports federations.

Advising a multinational transport and logistics company on litigation regarding the loss of cargo.

Advising a company in the energy sector regarding the contractual matters in the process of arbitration.

Advising an aviation company regarding compliance in legal proceedings involving administrative disputes.

Advising a food distribution company on matters relating to subscription contracts.

Advising on corporate merger and acquisition procedures while performing various legal due diligences.

Associations

Education

Portuguese Catholic University

Law degree from the Portuguese Catholic University, Faculty of Law, Lisbon (2015)

Portuguese Catholic University

Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Law, Portuguese Catholic University, Faculty of Law, Lisbon (2017)

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French

Contacts

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