SAL & Caldeira Advogados

This market-leading firm has noted capabilities in matters relating to natural resources including mining, power and oil and gas. The team is partnered with DLA Piper Africa and is often retained by international companies, in particular US investors, to deal with transactional mandates such as M&A deals and project financing. It is also very active in tax litigation. Interviewees commend "the team's seniority, the quality of service provided and their flexibility with regard to coverage in Mozambique, which includes not only Maputo but other locations across the country."

José Manuel Caldeira is commended for his strong dispute resolution capabilities and in-depth knowledge of the local market. One interviewee praised "his really good legal knowledge, especially on contentious matters. I respect his vast expertise and solid capabilities. One of the best lawyers in Mozambique to deal with arbitration cases." He advises the government on local commercial legislation and often assists construction and banking organisations with acquisitions.

"Eminent practitioner" Samuel Levy garners praise for his outstanding expertise in oil and gas and mining matters. He often advises international companies on corporate transactions, concessions, licensing agreements. Market commentators praise him: "He knows the market, the key players and projects well."

Managing partner Eduardo Alberto Calú is well versed in labour and tax law. He regularly assists companies hailing from the oil and gas and mining sectors with strike management, compliance issues and advice on structuring.

 Source: http://www.chambersandpartners.com

‘Up to date with all developments in Mozambique’, SAL & Caldeira Advogados, Lda. provides an ‘excellent service’ in banking, foreign exchange, immigration and a wide variety of other matters. The Maputo-based firm opened its fourth office, in Pemba, in 2015 and is well connected internationally through its membership of DLA Piper Africa. Eduardo Calú took over as managing partner from ‘all-round talent’ Samuel Levy, while Leopoldo Amaral made partner. Senior partner José Manuel Caldeira and land law expert Ássma Nordine Jeque are also recommended. Clients include numerous businesses from the extractive industries as well as construction and real estate companies.

Source: http://www.legal500.com






Financial and corporate
SAL & Caldeira offers expert knowledge in key practice areas and works actively on legal reform in Mozambique. Firm’s major clients include most of leading petroleum, mining companies, foreign investors, international banks, many diplomatic missions and international NGOs.

The firm is ranked by Chambers Global, Legal 500 EMEA, IFLR 1000 Financial& corporate and Energy & infrastructure as Tier 1 firm.

SAL & Caldeira is a member of DLA Piper Africa, an alliance of legal practices operating across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States of America.

 Source: https://www.iflr1000.com

Project development
SAL & Caldeira offers expert knowledge in key practice areas and works actively on legal reform in Mozambique. Firm’s major clients include most of leading petroleum, mining companies, foreign investors, international banks, many diplomatic missions and international NGOs.

The firm is ranked by Chambers Global, Legal 500 EMEA, IFLR 1000 Financial& corporate and Energy & infrastructure as Tier 1 firm.

SAL & Caldeira is a member of DLA Piper Africa, an alliance of legal practices operating across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States of America.

 Source: https://www.iflr1000.com


DLA Piper Africa has been named African Network of the Year at the 2016 African Legal Awards. The ceremony was held at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg and was hosted by Legal Week in conjunction with the Corporate Counsel Association of South Africa (CCASA).

In addition, a DLA Piper Africa team comprising lawyers from Nairobi and London picked up the award for Transportation and Infrastructure Team of the Year for their work helping to deliver one of the largest sustainable healthcare projects in Africa.

The African Legal Awards set out to recognise exceptional achievement in the African legal community at a time when the legal sector is facing rapid change. The award for Africa Network of the Year called for firms to demonstrate "significant progress over the past 12-18 months" on the continent. Comprising 15 African member firms, covering Francophone, Lusophone and Anglophone Africa, DLA Piper Africa was able to show outstanding collaboration across sectors and jurisdictions between the leading firms which comprise DLA Piper Africa.

Source: https://www.dlapiper.com

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