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Brasilia, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Luiz Guilherme Migliora

Work +55 21 3824 4747
Veirano Advogados

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Dispute Resolution, Labor & Employment, Insolvency & Restructuring and Product Liability




Luiz Guilherme Migliora is a senior partner of the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group.  He focuses his practice on managing complex litigation in product liability, civil and labor matters. He has represented one of the world’s largest tobacco companies for several years and has acquired prominence and deep expertise in the area of consumer products litigation.   Clients value Mr. Migliora’s comprehension of the Brazilian legal system and routinely retain him for advice on complicated and strategic issues.

Also being a partner of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, Mr. Migliora has significant experience advising international and Brazilian corporations on labor issues.  He offers clients the unique combination of extensive real-world experience in labor litigation and advice and counsel with unprecedented academic knowledge gleaned from over a decade of teaching Labor Law in Brazil’s top educational institutions.  Mr. Migliora is an active member of Ius Laboris, the international alliance of leading Human Resources law practitioners, with more than 2,500 lawyers providing local labor law knowledge and coverage in more than 100 countries.


Portuguese and English


American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM), Rio de Janeiro
Ius Laboris
Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) – Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Porto Alegre


Negotiation Workshop, Program of Instruction for Lawyers, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, 1998
Academy of American and International Law, International and Comparative Law Center, Dallas, TX, 1989
LL.B, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), 1988


Dispute resolution (including White-collar crime)

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Providing a 'world-class service', Veirano Advogados 'offers a high-performance team capable of handling any kind of complex dispute'. The litigation and arbitration lawyers are 'talented, knowledgeable, and take a very common sense approach'. Luiz Guilherme Migliora is 'one of the brightest commercial legal minds in the market'. Jose Carlos Wahle and Renata Cristina Rabelo Gomes are highlighted for their 'deep knowledge in commercial and civil litigation' and 'strategic thinking'. Lívia Miné specialises in tort, product liability and environmental litigation, and Priscila Sansone has vast knowledge of consumer litigation.

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Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

The sizeable, standalone labour practice at Veirano Advogados maintains a focus on high-level disputes. Areas of strength include dismissals, compensation plans and class actions, and the team counts Philip Morris, Microsoft and Merck among its clients. LATAM is another of its household name clients; in recent work,  Luiz Antonio dos Santos Junior represented the company in a class action involving harassment and discrimination claims. Flåvia Azevedo is well versed in labour law issues in the oil-and-gas sector and Jose Carlos Wahle has broad experience in employment litigation and internal investigations. Luiz Guilherme Migliora is another active member of the team.

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