Enrico Spini Romanielo > Mundie e Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile
Mundie e Advogados Offices
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima
3400 - 15° Andar
São Paulo - SP
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Enrico Spini Romanielo
Antitrust, Cartel Investigations, Internet & Technology, Telecommunications
Enrico Romanielo was made partner and head of the Competition Practice of Mundie Advogados in 2018. He has an extensive experience in dealing with complex cases in all segments of Competition Law, including Merger Review, Cartel Investigations and Abuse of Economic Power. In addition, he advises clients on various issues related to Regulation, Telecommunications, Internet and Technology, Finance and Means of Payment, and Compliance.
Portuguese and English
Brazilian Bar (Section: São Paulo)
IBRAC (Brazilian Institute for Studies on Competition, Consume and Foreign Trade). Member of the Council (2020-2021)
Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo (Master in Commercial Law, 2013)
Escola de Direito da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (Post Graduate in Economic Law, 2010)
Instituto de Economia da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (Graduate in Economics, 2007)
Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (LL.B., 2007)
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Mundie e Advogados is prominent in the Brazilian market for its strong specialism in regulation, and as such is a popular choice for major companies in highly regulated sectors. Its competition and regulation department is well versed in both merger and conduct cases; in the latter, it has a good track record in cartel and unilateral conduct investigations. Also of note is the firm’s experience in litigation challenging administrative fines. The department is led by ‘exceptional lawyer‘ Enrico Spini Romanielo and also includes associate Fernando Stival, who joined the firm in August 2020.
Mundie e Advogados is equipped to advise a range of clients in Brazil on the implementation of data protection compliance programmes in the wake of the enactment of the LGPD. Leading the department are Elinor Cotait, Beatriz Faustino França, Enrico Romanielo, Ana Claudia Beppu and Tomás Paiva ; the latter is a name to note for high-profile matters involving data privacy and cybersecurity issues. Since publication Paiva has left the firm, effective Febraury 2022.
Mundie e Advogados provides broad services in the media and entertainment field. On the regulatory front, the team is a solid performer in proceedings before regulatory agencies, disputes and tax-related issues. Its varied client roster includes major media conglomerates, video streaming platforms, audiovisual producers and broadcasters, which routinely seek support in relation to the taxation of streaming platforms, Pay-TV regulations and audiovisual anti-piracy measures. Elinor Cotait, Ana Claudia Beppu and Tomás Paiva are active in the entertainment and media industries. Beatriz Faustino França and Enrico Romanielo are other names to note. Since publication, Paiva has left the firm – effective February 2022.
The full-service TMT practice at Mundie e Advogados helps clients ‘navigate the extremely complex regulatory environment in Brazil’. The telecoms team balances a busy workload that features transactional, contentious and regulatory mandates on behalf of large foreign and domestic clients, including publicly held companies. Praised by clients for its ‘technical knowledge of regulatory issues’, the department acts for a varied client roster of heavyweights from the telecoms, financial services and technology sectors. Elinor Cotait is singled out for her in-depth knowledge of telecom regulations. Ana Claudia Beppu and Tomás Paiva ‘stand out in the sector’, and Beatriz Faustino França, who focuses on IT and communications law, is an ‘excellent analyst’. Enrico Spini Romanielo is another key member of the team. Since publication, Paiva has left the firm – effective February 2022.
- Next Generation Partners - Brazil > Competition and antitrust
- TMT: Telecoms - Brazil
- TMT: Cybersecurity and data privacy - Brazil
- Competition and antitrust - Brazil
- TMT: Media - Brazil