VDA HAS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM SPECIFICALLY DEDICATED TO SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS IN AGRICULTURAL, AGROINDUSTRY, FOOD, WINE AND FORESTRY INDUSTRIES AND INTRICACIES INHERENT TO EACH SECTOR.
Vieira de Almeida (VdA) is an independent law firm of reference with extensive experience in providing international legal services, gained over more than 40 years.
Noted for its innovative character and top-quality legal advice, Vieira de Almeida occupies a pre-eminent position in the main international legal directories, having received the industry’s most prestigious awards and nominations.
VdA is strongly committed with its Corporate Social Responsibility programme which integrates the environmental sustainability strategy, developed through the Green Project, an internal programme of sustainable development and ecoefficiency, aimed at promoting behavioural changes among our people. The strategy strongly minimizes the environmental impact of the firm’s operation, through the optimization of resources – energy and materials. The Green Project actively promotes the adoption of sustainable practices, both by VdA as a firm and by its people; in the long-run VdA aims to obtain the “zero-carbon status”.
A Carbon Footprint Report is published every year and the results are assessed in accordance with international guidelines adapted to the domestic reality, are reported to the Legal Sustainability Alliance.
VdA also promotes emissions compensation programmes throughout the firm in the context of its environment sustainability concerns.
VdA has a multidisciplinary team specifically dedicated to support our clients in agricultural, agroindustry, food, wine and forestry industries and intricacies inherent to each sector.
VdA Legal Partners covers all African members of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP), and several francophone African countries, as well as Timor-Leste.
Angola – Cabo Verde – Cameroon – Chad – Congo – Democratic Republic of the Congo – Equatorial Guinea – Gabon – Guinea-Bissau – Mozambique –Portugal – Sao Tome and Principe – Timor-Leste