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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

Brazil

Corporate and M&A (including ‘compliance’)
Corporate and M&A (including ‘compliance’) - ranked: tier 5

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Foreign clients make up a large proportion of Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados’ client base, which also advises mid-sized Brazilian companies. Its corporate practice takes in acquisitions, incorporations, joint ventures and commercial contracts. In recent work, Marcus Phelipe Barbosa de Souza has been assisting Israel-based company Orpak Systems in relation to post-closing matters following its acquisition of Microsffer Soluções Tecnológicas; and Felipe Mavignier advised Eucateca on the sale of real estate assets to an international company.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution: Litigation - ranked: tier 7

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Led by founding partner Pedro Paulo Wendel Gasparini, Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados has been active in insurance, labour and construction disputes. After only a short stint at the firm, Christian Garcia Vieira left to join ASBZ Advogados in July 2017.

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Environment
Environment - ranked: tier 4

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados is highly rated for its environmental due diligence practice, as well as its work in relation to biodiversity, forestry and timberland transactions. Clients include Votorantim Metais, Companhia Brasileira de Alumínio and Vale Fertilizantes. Heloisa Verri Paulino Gomes and Aldo de Cresci Neto are recommended.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Fabricio Barreto de Mattos heads the practice at Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados, which acts for Brazilian and multinational clients and is supported by the firm’s M&A, energy and environmental law departments. Timberland investment is a standout area, with Aldo de Cresci the key name.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 6

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados has strong experience in the fashion and retail sectors, and recently expanded its work for clients in the TMT, infrastructure and energy sectors. Wealth structuring and estate planning are among its areas of expertise. Francisco Nogueira de Lima Neto is the practice head.

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Brazil: Energy and natural resources

Electricity
Energy and natural resources: electricity - ranked: tier 4

Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados

Well known for its flagship timberland practice, Gasparini, De Cresci e Nogueira de Lima Advogados stands out for its biomass energy expertise. The power group added several new clients to its roster including Grupo Andrade, Sealed Air and Diferencial Energia. On the contentious side, power company Grupo São Fernando is a client. Aldo de Cresci Neto and Rafael Janiques co-head the group.

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