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RCD among the 50 most innovative firms in Europe according to the Financial Times

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The firm has been highlighted on the European ranking Most Innovative Law Firms, published annually by the prestigious British publication. After being recognized in the 2016 and 2017 editions, the firm is featured once again this year in the categories Enabling Business Growth and Strategy & Changing Behaviours

The law firm RCD has been included among the 50 most innovative law firms in Europe according to the prestigious British newspaper Financial Times.

The firm has been recognized for the third year in a row by FT Europe Innovative Lawyers, a report published by the Financial Times, and in which the law firm has been shortlisted in two categories: Enabling Business Growth for its work in the Mobile World Capital’s project The Collider, and in the category Strategy and Changing Behaviours, for the firm’s project Optimus, to develop the value chain of the firm.

FT Innovative Lawyers recognizes law firms and legal advisors that have stood out for their innovative projects for clients, as well as projects within their firms, in legal and management categories. In its 12th edition, researchers evaluated the firm’s contribution to The Collider project, an innovation program to foment technology transfer in scientific fields. Likewise, the firm has also been recognized for its program Optimus, which is based on a holistic reconceptualization of the firm’s internal processes. This project was also among the projects shortlisted for an award in its category.

The report, and the awards that accompany it, have become one of the most important in terms of recognizing legal innovation and one of the main legal rankings in Europe. Over the last decade, FT Innovative Lawyers has evaluated legal innovation in over 50 different countries and in over 500 prestigious law firms and 550 in-house legal departments in companies.

With this recognition, RCD consolidates itself as one of the law firms to be recognized by Financial Times, together with other international law firms. It becomes one of only five firms from the country to enter the Top 50 ranking of the most innovative law firms in Europe and solidifies its position as one of the firms with the best capacity in innovation and growth in recent years.

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