Mrs Milena Mundim > Demarest Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Demarest Advogados
AV PEDROSO DE MORAES 1201
SÃO PAULO, SP 05419-001
Brazil
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Work Department

Competition and Antitrust

Position

Partner

Career

Partner of Demarest’s Competition area, Milena Fernandes Mundim has an extensive experience in merger control, competition law clauses in M&A transactions, spill-over prevention of competitively sensitive information, establishing clean teams in due diligence exercises and creating clearance strategies, plus anticompetitive conducts and compliance issues. Served as foreign associate at the competition department of Linklaters LLP in London in 2016. Previously worked at the competition departments of other international law firms and as a legal counsel at CADE. Amongst her regular clients she advises multinational companies, such as Owens-Illinois, Air France, Delta, RBS (The Royal Bank of Scotland), Viscas, Naval Group SAAM Smit as well as Peugeot-Citröen. She also advises important Brazilian players such as Azul Linhas Aéreas, Banco Cooperativo do Brasil and Galvão Engenharia.

Languages

Portuguese, English.

Education

  • LLM in Competition Law, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK (2012)
  • Postgraduate degree in Corporate Law, Centro de Atualização em Direito (CAD), Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais – Brazil (2005)
  • Specialization in Competition, Universidade de Brasília (UnB), DF – Brazil (2005)
  • Graduation degree in Law from Faculdades Milton Campos, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais – Brazil (2003)

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Competition and antitrust

(Next Generation Partners)

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The ‘dedicated, technical and agile team‘ at Demarest Advogados is regularly engaged by major companies in the healthcare, education and technology sectors, among others, and also maintains relationships with leading international law firms in the UK and US. The practice is well versed in behavioural investigations into cartels and other forms of anti-competitive conduct, while on the mergers side, the firm stands out for its track record in complex cases. With a sizeable team dedicated to competition and antitrust, the firm brings together the expertise of its experienced professionals. Paola Pugliese is the chair of the Competition Commission of the ICC for 2022 and 2023, and acts for clients in high-profile competition investigations and proceedings; Daniel Oliveira Andreoli stands out for his role in negotiating leniency and settlement agreements; Bruno Drago is particularly active in abuse of dominance cases; and Milena Fernandes Mundim draws on her previous experience both in CADE and an international law firm to advise on cross-border mergers, and was elected chief executive of the Competition Commission of the ICC for 2022 and 2023. Clients also benefit from the input of the department’s experienced senior associates Fabianna Morselli and Marco Antônio Fonseca.