Mr Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre > Wald, Antunes, Vita, Longo e Blattner Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre
Arbitration and Litigation
Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre is partner at Wald, Antunes, Vita e Blattner Advogados, has a JSD, a masters degree and is a doctoral candidate in Civil Procedure at the University of São Paulo Law School (USP). He has an LL.M in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration from the New York University School of Law, where he received the prestigious Arthur T. Vanderbilt Scholarship. He is also director at the Mediation and Arbitration Centre of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in Brazil, and acts as secretary-general of the Brazilian Bar Association’s Special Commission on Foreign Law Consultants. He has been elected as one of the most admired lawyers in arbitration by Análise Advoacia (2020) and has authored various articles and papers on Arbitration in legal publications in Brazil and abroad.
Author of several publications, including:
The validity of arbitration clauses inserted in adhesion contracts vis-à-vis the competence-competence principle: a comparative analysis between Latin America and the United States. Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação, No. 62, Jul./Set. 2019 [no prelo].
The meaning of foreign and nondomestic awards under the New York Convention. Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação, No. 59, Out./Dez. 2018, pp. 247-276.
The annulment of “prima facie” pathological arbitration clauses as a new exception to the competence-competence principle: analyzing the Brazilian Superior Court of Justice’s decision “vis-à-vis” U.S. Case law. Brasil. Superior Tribunal de Justiça, 30 anos de atuação do Superior Tribunal de Justiça. Brasília: Superior Tribunal de Justiça, 2019; Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação, No. 56, Jan./Mar. 2018, pp. 323-329.
Co-Author, with Alexandre de Mendonça Wald, of “Arbitration in Brazil: from childhood to maturity”, Financier Worldwide, November/2015, available [online] at http://www.financierworldwide.com/arbitration-in-brazil-from-childhood-to-maturity/#.VnMDONJVhHy.
“Controle judicial do processo arbitral?”, Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação, n. 38, Jul./Set. 2013.
“A Guerra Fiscal do ICMS: novos contornos à luz da Medida Provisória n.º 599/2012 e da PEC n.º 103/2011”, co-author with Alexandre Naoki Nishioka, Temas Aprofundados – Magistratura, São Paulo: Ed. Juspodivm, 2013.
“Questões controvertidas no processo administrativo fiscal – CARF”, co-author with Alexandre Naoki Nishioka, Questões controvertidas no processo administrativo fiscal – CARF. 18ed., São Paulo: Revista dos Tribunais, 2012, p. 882-917.
Portuguese, English, German, Spanish.
Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr), Institute for Transnational Arbitration
LLB from University of São Paulo Law School (2010); Master of Laws in civil procedure from University of São Paulo Law School (2015); LLM in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration from New York University School of Law, where he received the prestigious Arthur T. Vanderbilt Scholarship (2018). PhD candidate in arbitration at University of São Paulo Law School (2019–2022).
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Wald, Antunes, Vita, Longo e Blattner Advogados fields a specialised team in domestic and international arbitration. The team is composed of practitioners who have experience working as counsel, legal experts, consultants and arbitrators in proceedings before arbitral chambers. Mandates range from representing clients in cases related to infrastructure projects to engineering issues to stock market investments. The highly regarded Arnoldo Wald oversees the department with Mariana Tavares Antunes, Marina Gaensly Blattner and the recently promoted Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre.
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