Miguel González Amado is quoted in an article published in Jornal de Negócios on the new regime for startups and scaleups, which introduces the 'exit tax' rule for those who cease to be tax resident in Portugal, and on the problem of compliance with European Law on this matter.

The lawyer states that the "innovative 'exit tax' rule adopted by the legislature" anticipates "the existence of litigation associated with workers who may be affected by this rule".

Read the article here.