Mr Carlos Eduardo Orsolon > Demarest Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Demarest Advogados
SÃO PAULO, SP 05419-001
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Carlos Eduardo is focused in Direct Taxes and Administrative Tax Litigation. Expert in the defence of tax matters before the Federal Administrative Courts (CARF and CSRF) in Brasília-DF, being particularly watchful with the details of each case triggering constant favourable decisions in benefit of the clients. Comprehensive experience in tax advising, being specialist in tax issues related to tax planning in international M&A deals, corporate and tax restructuring and recovery of tax credits before federal tax authorities. Carefulness with the clients providing day-by-day tax advise based on the full acknowledge of client’s specific details and activities.


English, Spanish


He is post-graduated in Tax Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, specialized in Corporate Taxes from Centro de Extensão Universitária – CEU and also in Business Accounting from the Saint Paul Business School. He completed his graduation in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo.

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Brazil > Tax

(Next Generation Partners)

Carlos Eduardo OrsolonDemarest Advogados

The tax team at Demarest Advogados is highlighted for its ‘hands-on‘ approach and ‘diversity‘. The sizeable team includes a number of lawyers who have previously worked at the Big Four accounting firms. Areas of specialism include direct and indirect tax, customs, transfer pricing and social security contributions. In a multi-jurisdictional matter, Carlos Eduardo Orsolon and Douglas Mota advised General Electric on the sale of its water business to SUEZ and Canadian fund CDPQ, the Brazilian tax aspects of which were particularly complex. Elsewhere, Marcello Pedroso and Rodrigo Campos have been advising numerous clients on the payroll tax exemption system. Catarina Rosa Rodrigues is highly recommended. Eloisa de Almeida Rego Barros Curi and Christiano Chagas Monteiro de Melo co-head the corporate and direct tax practice with Rodrigues; Marcelo Salles Annunziata leads the tax litigation department.