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ECIJA merges with Antas da Cunha

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Spanish firm ECIJA has merged with Portuguese firm Antas da Cunha to form one of the biggest groups in the Iberian market.

Since being founded 20 years ago, EJICA has established itself as a specialist firm in technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) and has a presence in more than 70 countries around the world and a network spanning more than 7,000 lawyers.

Antas da Cunha was established two years ago, though the firm has seen rapid growth under Managing Partner Fernando Antas da Cunha.

The firm will operate in the Portuguese market under the name Antas da Cunha ECIJA. The group has 35 partners and more than 180 professionals, with offices in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Lisbon, Miami and Santiago de Chile, among others.

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