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ZLF Law Firm featured in Macao Image
Cross-border legal join venture in Hengqin exceeds expectations. At intersection of jurisdictions, legal systems, communities and cultures, the ZLF Law Office is well-placed to advise businesses about new opportunities.
Pedro Cortés and Manuel Moita Júnior write about the Macau Gaming Law for the International Comparitive Legal Guides.
The Benchmark Chambers International is a non-profit organization, established in 2014, that is the Base of Supreme People’s Court of China for Discerning Foreign and Hong/Kong Macao Law.
Frederico Rato writes about the freedom of the Press in Macau
Frederico Rato, Founding Partner, co-writes the book “15 Anos Depois: A Imprensa Portuguesa de Macau”. He is responsible for the chapter about the freedom of press and the right to information according to the laws of Macau.
The Benchmark Chambers International is a non-profit organization, established in 2014, that is the Base of Supreme People’s Court of China for Discerning Foreign and Hong Kong/Macao Law.
Pedro Cortés and Calvin Chui analyse the legislation on Medical Error for the International Law Office.
Macau Business – The oldest profession in the world
Frederico Rato, Founding Partner, speaks about justice in Macau in the special edition of Macau Business – “The Portuguese matrix – 17 years later”.
Pedro Cortés to “Macau Business Daily”: “It appears that these instructions are illegal and against the gaming contracts and Law 13/2009 [The Macau Legal Framework of Internal Sources of Law]. There is not mention of the instructions in Law 13/2009.”
Senior Partner, Lei Wun Kong, to “Hoje Macau”: “It is necessary to legislate the Union Law”
Lei Wun Kong, Senior Partner, in an interview to the newspaper “Hoje Macau”, provides an overview over Macau’s legislation (in Portuguese)
Contraponto – Macau as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Frederico Rato, Founding Partner, on this weekly segment of TDM, talks about the 10 year anniversary of Macau as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its importance for Macau (in Portuguese)