Rossana Fernandes Duarte > Mattos Filho > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Mattos Filho
SÃO PAULO, SP, CEP 01403-001

Work Department

Forestry Investments/ Real Estate




Rossana has represented, over the years, clients in the real estate industry, including real estate investment funds, national and regional developers of retail, offices and multifamily projects, institutional investors and investment management institutions, in a wide range of real estate industry-focused transactions. She has extensive experience in advising real estate clients on acquiring, financing, developing and selling all types of real estate assets. Her expertise encompasses niche areas such as timber acquisition, agribusiness, hospitality, complex real estate financing, including shopping centers, industrial warehouses, office buildings, allotment and condominium. Most recently, she has been the lead real estate attorney in some of the largest transactions involving multi-billion-dollar acquisitions, dispositions and recapitalizations.


Portuguese, English and Spanish


International Bar Association (IBA) LPD Council and Liason Officer of the IBA’s Real Estate Committee


Bachelor of Laws, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Specialization in International Law, Academy of American and International Law

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Real estate

Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados has a broad real estate offering that reflects the firm’s full-service capabilities. The team’s workload regularly crosses over into related areas such as corporate, finance and capital markets, which are often key in complex transactions. Its clients include major funds, banks and corporate investors, with interests across the full range of asset classes, including logistics, healthcare, offices, retail, residential, energy and agribusiness. Lead partners include Rossana Fernandes Duarte, who has over 30 years’ experience advising on urban and rural land acquisitions, sales and financings, Fernando Amendola, Mariana Cobra and Janaína de Cássia Gomes Vargas, who is especially active in the agribusiness and timberland sectors.