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Silveiro Advogados

AV. CARLOS GOMES, 258, 8TH AND 9TH FLOOR, AUXILIADORA, PORTO ALEGRE 90480-002, BRAZIL
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Porto Alegre, Sao Paulo

Brazil

Corporate and M&A (including ‘compliance’)
Corporate and M&A (including ‘compliance’) - ranked: tier 6

Silveiro Advogados

2017 was a strong year for the corporate and M&A group at Silveiro Advogados, which saw increased demand for its services and significantly expanded its client base. The diverse practice takes in acquisitions, sales, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, commercial agreements and shareholder disputes. Among the team’s strengths is its ability to handle work in highly regulated sectors. Pedro Dominguez Chagas heads the department, which counts Telefónica, Banrisul and Multiplan among its clients. André Silveiro and Vasco Maestri Trindade are other important members of the team.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Silveiro Advogados

Silveiro Advogados continued to work with longstanding clients and also picked up several new clients across the sports, medical devices and financial services sectors. Rodrigo Azevedo leads the team, which is particularly adept in IP litigation and crisis management. In other recent work, the team assisted an international conglomerate in relation to branding matters and trade mark protection.

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Public law
Public law - ranked: tier 5

Silveiro Advogados

Silveiro Advogados excels in complex litigation involving public and administrative law issues. Non-contentious work also features in its workload, and compliance is a key area of expertise. Ricardo Leal de Moraes and Manoel André da Rocha are notable for their broad experience.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 7

Silveiro Advogados

Tax litigation - ranked: tier 4

Silveiro Advogados

The three-partner team at Silveiro Advogados acts for a range of industrial and banking clients. Litigation is a focal area for the team, although it also handles non-contentious tax matters. Alberto Martins Brentano leads the practice, which includes senior partner Sergio Lewin and Eduardo Kowarick Halperin.

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