Mr Rogério Carmona Bianco > Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile
Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados Offices
AV BRIG FARIA LIMA, 1744
SÃO PAULO, SP 01451 910
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Mr Rogério Carmona Bianco
Corporate Law; Corporate contracts; Debt Restructuring; Estate and Succession Planning; Litigation and Arbitration; Arbitration and Mediation; Contract Litigation; Corporate Litigation; Litigation involving Public, Regulatory and Procurement Law; Product Liability and Consumer Relations
Portuguese, English, Italian (good understanding) and French (good understanding).
Member of the Brazilian Bar Association since 1998; Master’s Degree in American Law (LL.M.”with honors”) from Northwestern Univeristy School of Law in 2009; Member of São Paulo Attorneys’ Association (AASP); Member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAR); Member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA).
Graduated in Law from Universidade de São Paulo in 1997; Post graduated in Civil Procedure from the School of Magistracy of São Paulo in 2003; Master’s Degree in Law from Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago –IL) in 2009.
Brazil > Dispute resolution (including White-collar crime)
‘Innovative, entrepreneurial and creative‘, Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados is ‘very strategic and able to anticipate the steps of the adversary‘. Many of its partners are based in São Paulo, though it also has a Brasília office, which represents clients before the superior courts and regulatory agencies. Hermes Marcelo Huck, Rogério Carmona Bianco and Priscila Furgeri Morando are ‘very focused on details of the case without losing sight of the big picture‘. Also receiving praise are the ‘incredibly collegial‘ Fabio Peixinho Gomes Corrêa and Bruno Robert, who is ‘a stand-out star in claims involving regulatory aspects‘. Guilherme Gomes Pereira heads the department.
Latin America: International firms > International arbitration > Local practitioners of note (by country)
Pinheiro Neto Advogados handles a steady stream of multimillion-dollar ICC arbitration. Gilberto Giusti and Renato Stephan Grion are highly recommended; the latter is the co-chair of the Arbitration and Mediation Committee of CESA. Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide Advogados‘ Marcelo Roberto Ferro regularly acts as arbitrator and counsel, and is particularly experience in handling disputes arising from corporate transactions. L.O. Baptista Advogados‘ Adriana Braghetta, Rafael Francisco Alves and Maurício Almeida Prado are ‘highly specialised lawyers with high capacity to bring solutions to resolve high complexity disputes’. Fernando Marcondes regularly acts as an arbitrator in construction and real estate-related matters. Recent caseload features a range of construction and infrastructure disputes as well as M&A-related matters in the oil and gas sector. Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados‘ Eliane Cristina Carvalho recently handled a series of disputes arising from M&A transactions and is representing Air Products Brasil in arbitration proceedings initiated by Air Liquide. Eduardo Damião Gonçalves at Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados is singled out for his ‘outstanding technical skills and deep understanding of the corporate world‘, and his ability to ‘simplify complex problems gives clients great confidence and comfort‘. Gonçalves regularly acts as counsel and arbitrator in a range of domestic and international disputes, and Flávio Spaccaquerche Barbosa is ‘a well experienced lawyer with solid technical background’. At TozziniFreire Advogados, Fernando Eduardo Serec assists clients from a diverse range of sectors and has experience acting as both party counsel and arbitrator. Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados‘ ‘brilliant‘ team handles both commercial and investor-state arbitration proceedings, and is active in the construction, pharmaceutical and energy sectors. Fabio Peixinho Gomes Corrêa is ‘an absolute joy to work with‘, while Hermes Marcelo Huck and Rogério Carmona Bianco are ‘very focused on details of the case without losing sight of the big picture‘. Marcelo Muriel at Muriel Medici Franco Advogados is ‘certainly one of the standout Brazilian practitioners, with a healthy portfolio of disputes and great ICC arbitration experience‘. Stocche Forbes Advogados‘ Rafael Passaro is recommended for contractual disputes and disputes involving administrative proceedings. Andrade & Fichtner Advogados‘ José Antonio Fichtner acts as arbitrator and counsel in corporate and contractual arbitral and judicial disputes. André Abbud at BMA – Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão is ‘an excellent expert in arbitration‘ and ‘knows his clients’ business well‘. Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados‘ team has ‘a creative mind to think out of the box, suggesting solutions that may seem different but are perfectly aligned with the needs of the company‘; co-heads Carlos David Albuquerque Braga and Gabriel Seijo Leal de Figueiredo are recommended. Other names to note include Lefosse Advogados‘ Pedro Maciel who is ‘a superstar in the Brazilian arbitration market‘ and Lobo de Rizzo Advogados‘ Luis Fernando Guerrero who is singled out for his ‘client-oriented‘ approach.