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Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados

AVENIDA RIO BRANCO, 1, EDIFICIO RB1 – 14° ANDAR, CENTRO, RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ 20090-003, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 21 2276 6200
Fax:
Fax +55 21 2253 4259
Web:
www.kincaid.com.br
Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Vitoria

Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso

Tel:
Work +55 (21) 2276 6200
Email:
Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados

Work Department

Rio de Janeiro

Position

Mrs. Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso is managing partner of Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados, a traditional Brazilian law firm established in Rio de Janeiro in 1932. Mrs. Cardoso has longstanding experience in litigation, with emphasis on shipping matters, acting for shipyards, shipowners, charterers, insurers, P&I clubs and transportation agents. Camila has advised on many financing projects of construction, loans for building vessels and shipyards, private port recent projects in Brazil and corporate restructure. Accredited international publications such as Chambers and Partners, Legal500 and Who's Who have recognized Camila as Leading Lawyer in her field.

Career

Mrs. Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso was a trainee at Baker & Mackensie and after graduation joined the office Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados where presently she is managing partner. Mrs. Cardoso is Vice President of Maritime and Port Law Committee of the Brazilian Center Mediation and Arbitration (CBMA), Member of International Law and Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration Law Committees of the Brazilian Lawyers' Institute (IAB) and Member of Ship Finance Security International Working Group of the Comité Maritime International (CMI).

Languages

Portuguese, English and Spanish.

Member

Brazilian Bar Association - States of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Vitória - Member of Maritime and Port Law Committee of the Rio de Janeiro´s Bar Association. Brazilian Association of Maritime Law (ABDM). International Bar Association (IBA). International Chamber of Commerce Brazil (ICC BRAZIL). Brazilian Lawyers Institute (IAB) - Member of International Law and Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration Law Committees. Comité Maritime International (CMI) - Member of Ship Finance Security International Working Group.

Education

She holds a law degree from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro (PUC/RJ), a LLM in maritime law, marine insurance, carriage of goods by sea and international law of natural resource from London School of Economics and a certificate in Leadership in Law Firm Program from Harvard Law School. Camila is a regular speaker at events and seminars in Brazil and abroad in her areas of expertise.

Leisure

Swimming, reading, movies and travelling.


Brazil

Tax

Within: Tax

Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados provides tax and customs advice to companies operating in the shipping, oil and gas, and infrastructure sectors, and litigation at the administrative and judicial levels also features in its workload. Godofredo Mendes Vianna and Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso are the partners in the team.

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Transport and shipping

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Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso - Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados

Within: Transport and shipping

Praised for its ‘knowledge’, ‘efficiency’ and ‘dedication’, Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados is one of the leading shipping practices in Brazil. The group regularly advises shipowners on accidents, arrests, pollution, and maritime and customs matters. Other recent work includes assisting the owner of a Brazilian power plant in the drafting and negotiation of a long-term charter and operational agreement relating to floating storage and regasification units. The ‘excellentGodofredo Mendes Vianna, Camila Mendes Vianna Cardoso, Iwam Jaeger, and the ‘proactive and well organisedLucas Leite Marques act for an impressive roster of clients including SolstadFarstad, TechnipFMC and Otto Candies.

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