Mónica Moreira


Mónica Moreira

Edifício Duarte Pacheco

Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco 7, 7º floor




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Main Practice Areas

Mergers & Acquisitions / Due Diligences 
Competition and Anti Trust Law
Corporate Law
Commercial Law

Joined CTSU – Sociedade de Advogados in September 2006 and develops her activity mainly in the areas of Mergers & Acquisitions, Companies and Corporate Law and Competition Law.

She has coordinated and actively participated in several acquisitions and/or sale transactions, mergers, companies’ restructuring, both internal and cross border and involving different industries and economic sectors. Her experience includes, in this area, among other things, the definition of reorganization models, the conduction of due diligences, the drafting, negotiation and execution of agreements and contracts, and assistance in obtaining regulatory authorizations and in corporate integration. In the area of Competition Law, she has large experience regarding mergers control, having conducted several notification proceedings before the Competition Authority, involving different industries and economic sectors, and also regarding prohibited practices, antitrust and vertical agreements, rendering advisory to companies, in particular in the import and export and distribution sectors. Her experience includes, further, state aid matters.

Provides legal advisory to companies and corporate groups.

Has provided several legal opinions in the areas of Corporate, Commercial and Competition Law. Worked as deputy at the Cabinet of the Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transports and Communications, from October 2014 until July 2015 and rejoined CTSU in August 2015.

Admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association.

  • Attendance to course conducting to Master Degree in Company Law Sciences at the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon, in 2004/2005.
  • Law Degree by the Faculty of Law of Lisbon University, 1994.
Academic Practice
  • Joined the group of lecturers of General Principles of Law and Political Law in Political Science and International Relations courses at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences of Lisbon Technical University (now University of Lisbon) - 2000-2005.

Portuguese, English, French and Spanish.

Mónica Moreira