CRA Timor was founded on January 2006 by the senior partners of Coelho Ribeiro & Associados – CRA Portugal, a Portuguese Law Firm with a well-established practice with over 30 years of experience in the legal profession.
Since CRA Timor´s establishment in the territory onwards our mission and main purpose is to provide the best legal advice and solutions to foreign investors interested in doing business in the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste as well as supporting national governmental and non-governmental bodies and international organizations.
CRA Timor was, has been and is committed to be the pioneer and leading international Law firm in Timor-Leste.
CRA Timor News
The Civil Society Support Office under the Prime Minister’s Office has offered close to 78,000 books in Portuguese, to institutions, organizations, libraries, universities and other public and private education institutions and museums throughout the countryread more
The President of the Republic, Francisco Guterres Lú Olo, swore in 20 members of the SeventhConstitutional Government, led by Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri, at a ceremony held on the 3rdOctober at President Nicolau Lobato Palace in Diliread more
The Minister of State, Coordinator of Economic Affairs (MECAE) and Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAP), Estanislau Aleixo da Silva met with the President of the Republic, Francisco Guterres Lú Olo, to advise on the work carried out by his offices during the last two and a half yearsread more
CRA Global Insights
Proposed EU regulation on free flow of non-personal data to impact on data storage and processing services (October 2017)
Mónica Oliveira Costa, on the October edition of Digital Health Legal journal, the proposal of the European Regulation on the free flow of non-personal data and its impact on digital health sectorread more
Felix Majani comments the new legal regime governing and regulating employment contract of the sports practitioner, sports training contract as well as representatives and agents approved by the Law 54/2017 that came into force July 19, 2017read more
The Constitutional Court takes position on mandatory arbitration in generic medicines disputes (August 2017)
João Sequeira Marcelino and Ana Carolina Santos comment the decision of the Constitutional Court of 24 of May of 2017 that establishes that a Defendant may oppose to the Claimant the nullity or invalidity of patents of generic medicines with mere inter partes effectsread more