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Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 6

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV)

The ‘quick and always available’ team at Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV) assists its clients in relation to M&A, commercial agreements, corporate disputes, restructuring and compliance. It has seen some departures, with Luísa Brandão Arantes and Saulo Sordi Marchi leaving in 2015 and 2016 respectively, but under the leadership of practice head Fernanda Desio Senra has continued to attract engagements from longstanding clients and has also picked up a number of new clients in the real estate, sport and chemicals sectors.

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Labour and employment
Labour and employment - ranked: tier 4

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV)

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV) acts across the entire spectrum of labour and employment law matters, with Nelson Mannrich and Roberto Aguirre Rossetti at the helm of a 13-strong team. The firm is noted for litigation involving unions and former executives, and strategic assistance to mitigate labour risks.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV)

Daniel Cardoso Gomes and Flávio de Souza Senra are the two partners in the team at Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV), which also draws on the experience of a pool of dedicated associates. In 2016, the firm advised numerous clients on real estate acquisitions in the state of São Paulo.

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Tax - ranked: tier 7

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV)

Mannrich, Senra e Vasconcelos Advogados (MSV) handles a range of contentious, transactional and day-to-day tax matters for its clients. Breno Ferreira Martins Vasconcelos is praised for his ‘fast responses’ and ‘pro-business mindset’.

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