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Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados
R. JOAQUIM FLORIANO
1052 – SÃO PAULO
SP 04534004
Brazil

Work Department

Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner

Career

Specialist in civil litigation and arbitration with emphasis in corporate litigations; also works in administrative proceedings related to the Brazilian Central Bank (Bacen) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil (CVM). The majority of her work concerns the conduction of civil proceedings and arbitrations, and the drafting of consultations and legal opinions. Her experience is also focused on areas of knowledge such as mining, aviation, automotive, banking, electronic commerce, electronics and food.

Memberships

  • Brazilian Bar Association
  • São Paulo Lawyers’ Association ‐ AASP

Education

  • Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil (Master’s degree in Procedural Law, 2016)
  • London School of Economics, United Kingdom (LL.M, 2014/2015)
  • Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil (Bachelor of Laws, 2010)

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Dispute Resolution: Litigation

The sizeable dispute resolution team at Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados is a solid performer in litigation at all levels in Brazil, including proceedings before the superior courts in Brasília. Recently, the team has been particularly active in cases involving clients from the mining, technology, start-up, pharmaceutical, banking and aviation sectors; bankruptcy and judicial reorganisations are also areas of strength for the department. Eliane Cristina Carvalho, whose fields of expertise include civil litigation, crisis management and preventive measures, heads up the practice with Gláucia Mara Coelho, who stands out for her impressive track record in high-stakes judicial and administrative proceedings. Corporate disputes are notable areas of practice for Ariana Anfe and Paulo Eduardo Leite Marino. Eduardo Perazza de Medeiros is another key contact, especially for contractual disputes, environmental class actions and administrative improbity claims.