Filipe Rocha Vieira joined VdA in 2013. Managing Associate of the Litigation & Arbitration practice, he acts as counsel in arbitration, both national and international, and in commercial and civil litigation, with focus on corporate and commercial disputes. Filipe represents clients from a wide range of industries, including banking, funds and financial services, energy, oil&gas, construction, infrastructures, industrials, trade and distribution, shipping, telecommunications, health, tourism and leisure, amongst others. Participates as lecturer in Postgraduate courses on arbitration and as speaker in seminars and conferences. Before joining VdA he worked at Linklaters LLP, Lisbon as an Associate at the Litigation & Arbitration area of practice. Filipe was a secondee at Three Crowns LLP, Paris office, in 2015/2016. Coach of the University of Lisbon Law School in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association. Member of the Portuguese Arbitration Association.Member of the Ethics Council of the Portuguese Arbitration Association.
Recognized in Who’s Who Legal as Arbitration Future Leaders (2020).
Filipe has experience in the following areas:
Arbitration, Banking / finance (contentious), Construction (contentious), Corporate and commercial (contentious), Debt recovery, Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Financial services (contentious), Real estate (contentious)
Filipe has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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