José Manuel Caldeira
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General Business Law - Mozambique
General Business Law: Dispute Resolution - Mozambique
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- Banking and Foreign Exchange
- Corporate and Commercial
- Legal reform
José Manuel Caldeira is Lawyer, partner responsible for legal consultancy services in various areas, including legal advice to the Government of Mozambique. He has led or participated in the drafting of various Mozambican laws and regulations, including the Land Law and its regulations, the Mining Law and its regulations, environmental regulations related to mining, the Petroleum Activity Law, amendments to the Code of Civil Procedure, the Telecommunications Law, the Bankruptcy Code and regulations on road finance. Extensive experience in the institutional reform of the Mozambican public sector, including the judiciary and other State and municipal institutions. Advice and drafting assistance in a variety of legal reform contexts. Extensive experience in labour related issues, litigation, arbitration, tax and contracts. He is also the Honorary Consul of Iceland in Maputo.
Member of the Mozambique Bar Association; Mozambique Association Jurists; "Ordem do Rio Branco", Brasil; Consuls Association in Mozambique;
Various articles in External SAL & Caldeira Newsletter, Newspaper "O País", local magazine "Agora", Magazine "So this is Democracy", Co-author of "The legal framework for mining and beneficiation"; Presentation of a weekly TV program on legal issues "Justiça e Ordem".