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Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados

AV AFONSO PENA, 3.111, 7º, 8º, E 14º ANDARES, FUNCIONÁRIOS, BELO HORIZONTE, MG CEP 30130-008, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 31 2104 2800
Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo
Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados, Ricardo Alvarenga, Belo Horizonte, BRAZIL

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Ricardo Alvarenga

Tel:
Work +55 (31) 2104 2800
Email:
Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados

Work Department

Aviation.

Position

Head of the Aviation department.

Career

Works with ​​Aeronautical Law, with emphasis on legal consulting, as well as litigation (in both administrative tribunals and courts), regarding issues relating to aircraft ownership, possession, operation, and taxation, including the execution of several domestic and foreign legal businesses. He is an accredited arbitrator with the Brazilian Chamber of Business Arbitration and Mediation – CAMARB, member of the Lawyers’ Institute of Minas Gerais (IAMG) and the Brazilian Association of Aerospace Law (ABDA).

Languages

Portuguese and English.

Member

Member of the Deliberative Committee and arbitrator of CAMARB; Member of the Logistics Committee of the AMCHAM; Member of the Brazilian association of Aviation Law; Member of the International Bar Association and member of Instituto dos Advogados de Minas Gerais (Minas Gerais Lawyers Institute).

Education

  • Master Degree in Business Law from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)
  • Specialization in Business Law from the Dom Cabral Foundation
  • Specialization in Aviation Law from the the Brazilian Society of Air & Space
  • Certificate in North-American Legal Practice at McGill University
  • LL.B. from the Fundação de Ensino e Pesquisa do Sul de Minas

Leisure

Book reading, movie watching and traveling.


Brazil

Transport and shipping

Within: Transport and shipping

The aviation team at Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados is experienced in aircraft leasing and warranty negotiations. It recently issued a writ of mandamus concerning the tax assessment of the lease of an aircraft flight simulator and an operator. Ricardo Alvarenga is ‘excellent’.

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