Pedro Avila has been a lawyer since 2003 and is a founding partner of MNA Advogados.

He has extensive experience in civil, commercial, corporate litigation and financial intermediation, an area besides the subject of his master's dissertation.

In addition to the bar, Pedro Ávila has been involved in reorganization and restructuring of corporate groups, as well as mergers, acquisitions or divestitures.

Pedro Ávila also advises and represents national and international clients in the beginning and development of their activity in Portugal.

His practice, as a lawyer, has focused on extreme conflict processes, ranging from inheritance-sharing processes to corporate take-over or partner conflict.

Pedro Avila has been a lawyer since 2003 and is a founding partner of MNA Advogados.

He has extensive experience in civil, commercial, corporate litigation and financial intermediation, an area besides the subject of his master's dissertation.

In addition to the bar, Pedro Ávila has been involved in reorganization and restructuring of corporate groups, as well as mergers, acquisitions or divestitures.

Pedro Ávila also advises and represents national and international clients in the beginning and development of their activity in Portugal.

His practice, as a lawyer, has focused on extreme conflict processes, ranging from inheritance-sharing processes to corporate take-over or partner conflict.

Pedro Avila has been a lawyer since 2003 and is a founding partner of MNA Advogados.

He has extensive experience in civil, commercial, corporate litigation and financial intermediation, an area besides the subject of his master's dissertation.

In addition to the bar, Pedro Ávila has been involved in reorganization and restructuring of corporate groups, as well as mergers, acquisitions or divestitures.

Pedro Ávila also advises and represents national and international clients in the beginning and development of their activity in Portugal.

His practice, as a lawyer, has focused on extreme conflict processes, ranging from inheritance-sharing processes to corporate take-over or partner conflict.