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Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

AVENIDA PAULISTA NR. 1842- 2º ANDAR, ED. CETENCO PLAZA, TORRE NORTE, SÃO PAULO/SP, BRASIL – CEP 01310-923, BRAZIL
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Work +55 11 2171 1300
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Fax +55 11 12171 1399
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www.gcnlaw.com.br
Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados, Ricardo Christophe da Rocha Freire, São Paulo, BRAZIL

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Ricardo Christophe da Rocha Freire

Tel:
Work +55 11 2171 1355
Email:
Web:
www.gcnlaw.com.br
Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Work Department

Labour and Employment; Labor Law, Labor Union Law and Social Security Law

Position

Mr. Ricardo Freire is responsible for the Labor Law team. His expertise is to advice on labour and employment matters and his expertise include international personnel transfers, labour litigation, regularization of expatriate employees, executive and stock options compensation, incentive plans, profit sharing and labour issues for transactions, including M&A and IPOs.

Career

Develop effective compliance programs, conduct compliance investigations and draft ethics, employee conduct and sexual harassment policies. He is also experienced at developing “use of work tools” policies and employees training. His litigation experience includes defending employers in labour court and before government agencies such as the Ministry of Labor.

Languages

Portuguese, English and Italian

Education

Graduated in Law (LL.B) from Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). Specialist in Labor Law and Labor Procedures, Social Security Law, Union Negotiation and Labor calculations.


Brazil

Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados' 'business-oriented' labour team 'communicates well and is responsive'; and clients commend its acting as a 'business partner'. The practice provides a broad employment practice and is instructed by both domestic and international companies; 'great lawyer' Ricardo Christophe da Rocha Freire, and André Rodrigues Schioser, are strongly recommended.

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