Global Service

ADCA provides its clients with a comprehensive range of services, by advising them in several jurisdictions. We hold associations with leading firms to provide our clients with a true global service with deep local know-how of both markets and sectors. 



The firm was founded in 1982 and since 7 March 2017 has been part of DLA Piper, having maintained close ties since 2010. 

With a team of over 60 lawyers in Lisbon, DLA Piper ABBC is now the largest global law firm operating in the Portuguese market. DLA Piper ABBC's clients include various companies listed in Fortune 500 and a significant number among the 100 largest Portuguese companies operating in Portugal, from a wide variety of business sectors. 

DLA Piper ABBC's lawyers' are frequently recommended by the most reputable international directories (Legal 500, Chambers & Partners, IFLR 1000 and Best Lawyers) for the excellence of the services provided.

Chamber of Commerce US - Angola

The USACC, US-Angola Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit independent organization, that has as its object the promotion of trade and investment between Angola and the United States of America.

The US-Angola Chamber of Commerce has more than 90 members, between firms, associations and non-profit organizations.

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Chamber of Commerce South Africa - Angola

ADCA is a member of the SA-ACC (South Africa - Angola Chamber of Commerce), an institution that aims to increase trade between Angola and South Africa.

This Chamber of Commerce provides its members with various strategies for business development; privileged contacts obtaining visas and work permits, legal support and consulting, as well practical advice in terms of accommodation and transport.

The SA-ACC provides, as stated, support to entrepreneurs, both experienced professionals as institutionally.

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Doing Business - World Bank

ADCA collaborates annually in the elaboration of the Doing Business report, edited by the World Bank, being one of the most prestigious international reports. 

World Bank report comprises the regulation for small and medium size businesses in more than 180 worldwide economies, through the compilation of research reports about the norms and processes that affect business activities in different countries, presenting and comparing quantitative indicators.

This report classifies the different areas of a company's life cycle, from the beginning of the business until its implementation.

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