Ana Bátia Glenk > Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados > São Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

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

Competition

Position

Partner

Career

Ana Bátia has been ranked by Who’s Who Legal Competition – Future Leaders as the only woman in Latin America under the category most highly regarded partners. Ana Bátia has also been recognized as a “’pragmatic and technically brilliant’ lawyer who receives wide-ranging endorsements for her ‘deep expert knowledge’ of international merger control work”, as well as “a very strong, reliable and precise lawyer” with “very reasonable approach, clear guidance, and good results for her clients”.

With solid background on antitrust and competition, Ana Bátia provided legal assistance to national and international companies in merger control, antitrust investigations, settlements and leniency agreements before the Brazilian competition agency (CADE). She also has vast experience in antitrust and compliance training and review of commercial practices.

Memberships

  • Brazilian Bar Association
  • Brazilian Institute for the Study of Competition, Consumption and International Trade (IBRAC)

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Competition and antitrust

(Rising stars)

Ana Bátia Glenk  – Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados

Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados‘ highly regarded competition department has recently been particularly active in complex domestic merger filings, and also stands out for its capabilities in cross-border merger notifications. Household name companies also seek the firm’s representation in cartel and abuse of dominance investigations before CADE, and it is also establishing a practice in antitrust litigation, challenging the decisions of the competition authority. The team has considerable experience in cases involving the healthcare and energy sectors, and also attracts instructions from companies operating in the financial services, real estate and automotive industries, among others. Experienced competition law expert Maria Eugênia Novis advises on merger cases and investigations, as well as antitrust compliance and the competition aspects of commercial practices. She leads the department, which includes managing partner Tito Amaral de Andrade; public law, competition and compliance partner Marcos Paulo Veríssimo, and several active senior associates, including Ana Bátia Glenk and Érica Sumie Yamashita.