Mr Marco Antônio Gomes Behrndt > Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados > São Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados
SÃO PAULO, SP, 01451-000

Work Department

Tax / Social security / Agribusiness / Automotive / Chemicals and petrochemicals / Life sciences / Retail and consumer / Pension funds.




Extensive practice in judicial and administrative tax disputes, in addition to the provision of strategic tax consultancy on direct and indirect taxes. Behrndt equally engages activities in social security disputes and consultancy. His practice is regarded as strictly personal, assisting national and international clients. Behrndt engages activities in several areas of knowledge, such as electronic, chemical, automotive and auto parts, pneumatics, mining, energy, paper and cellulose, services and retail companies, among others.


Portuguese and English.


Admitted to the Brazilian Bar (OAB). Member of Brazilian Association of Tax Law (IBDT), São Paulo Lawyers Association (AASP), International Fiscal Association (IFA) and International Bar Association (IBA). 


Received his LL.B. and post-graduate degree in Tax Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, post-graduate degree in Civil Procedure Law from Centro de Extensão Universitária. LL.M. in International Tax Law and European Community Law course from University of Vienna.

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Tax

Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados has a top-notch practice packed with tax specialists covering almost every corner of the market. The team’s transactional expertise includes support on domestic and cross-border M&A, IPOs and corporate restructurings, as well as advice on infrastructure projects and tax incentive schemes. It is also well stocked with litigators with experience of direct and indirect tax disputes at every level. Fernando Tonanni leads the well-respected team, which handles an even mix of contentious and non-contentious work. Key members include Celso Costa, Camila Galvão Anderi Silva, Raquel Novais, Bruna Marrara and litigators Daniella Zagari Gonçalves and Marco Antônio Gomes Behrndt.