Who We Are

We are one of the premier mid-size firms in São Paulo, Brazil with a proven track record going back 27 years. Our highly-qualified professionals, many of whom have earned degrees and have international experience abroad, provide our clients with a full range of top-notch legal services including the handling of complex international cross-border transactions (foreign direct investments, joint-ventures, mergers and acquisitions) and disputes (litigation, arbitration) to specialties involving complex financings, insolvencies, tax, labor, environmental, antitrust, administrative law, estate planning, real estate, corporate governance and compliance, among others.

We pride ourselves as being a law firm that has cultivated an international outlook from the beginning, given the high number of global clients and international matters that our firm has been involved in over the years.   To that end, we are one of the very few firms in Brazil and Latin America overall that has within our team an experienced American lawyer (admitted in New York) who has worked for top international firms and has more than 20 years of experience in handling a wide range of matters, from cross-border and international M&A and foreign direct investment to resolving cross-border disputes.  It is our goal and strive to provide our clients with high-quality work product that is in line with international standards instead of just local standards, and in the most prompt, practical and cost-effective manner.

Moreover, our global reach and service to our clients extend outside of Brazil as we are members of consolidated partnerships with other top firms all around the globe, including firms in the US, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.  Therefore, we work closely with the best partner law firm groups worldwide.  Being a member of such outstanding worldwide network means that we can take on local and international mandates with the same high-level efficiency and outstanding service around the globe.

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National and International Acknowledgment