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Siqueira Castro – Advogados

RUA TABAPUA, #81, 4TH FLOOR, ITAIM BIBI, 04533-010 SÃO PAULO, SP, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 11 3704 9840
Email:
Web:
www.siqueiracastro.com.br

Simone Paschoal Nogueira

Tel:
Work 55 11 3704 9840
Email:
Web:
www.siqueiracastro.com.br
Siqueira Castro – Advogados

Work Department

São Paulo Office.

Position

PARTNER


Areas of Activity

• Environmental Law
• Regulatory Law and Agreements

Career

• 15 years experience in environmental law, with expertise in energy and infrastructure, notably environmental legislation and licensing segment; legal coordination of environmental studies (EIA / RIMA), conflict resolution, risk analysis and strategic legal advice, especially in environmental and regulatory áreas
• Professor of the Graduate Course in Environmental Law at the University of Mogi das Cruzes
• Professor of the Lato Sensu Graduate Program at PUC Minas Gerais (PREPES)
• Professor of the Environmental Law Course at the Damásio School for Public Sector Recruitment Examinations

Languages

Portuguese and English.

Member

• Member of the Environment Group of the Lawyers' Society Study Center (CESA)
• Legal Coordinator of the Brazilian Association of Solid Waste and Public Sanitation (ABLP)

Education

• Graduated from Mackenzie University, in 1997
• Completed graduate studies in Environmental Law at the University of São Paulo (USP) School of Public Health
• Completed graduate studies in Environmental Law at United Metropolitan Colleges (FMU)
• Completed graduate studies in Energy Law at Candido Mendes University


Brazil

Environment

Within: Environment

Siqueira Castro – Advogados has a longstanding tradition in environmental issues and regularly acts on protected area matters, licensing procedures and environmental disputes. The team is assisting BASF in relation to the accessing and remittance of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge. It is also advising Telefônica on the licensing and construction of cell sites. Simone Paschoal Nogueira and Renato Otto Kloss are recommended along with recently promoted partner Marina Vieira Freire Colósio.

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Brazil: Energy and natural resources

Electricity

Within: Electricity

Siqueira Castro – Advogados has a dedicated power litigation department which regularly handles strategic cases. A highlight in 2017 was representing Interligação Elétrica do Madeira in several administrative proceedings regarding the environmental and regulatory licensing of a transmission line. Simone Paschoal Nogueira is recommended. Environmental law expert Marina Vieira Freire Colosio and Rodrigo Alexander Calazans Macedo made partner.

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Mining

Within: Mining

The ‘proactive and efficient’ group at Siqueira Castro – Advogados is acting for Vale in administrative and regulatory proceedings before the National Department of Mineral Production, and is defending Companhia Riograndense de Valorização de Resíduos in litigation concerning the mining enterprise of Copelmi. The ‘dynamicSimone Paschoal Nogueira is a name to note.

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