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Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados

RUA FUNCHAL, 418, 11Âș ANDAR, 04551-060 SAO PAULO, SP, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 11 3089 6500
Email:
Web:
www.cesconbarrieu.com.br

Ricardo Lara Gaillard

Tel:
Work +55 11 3089 6648
Email:
Web:
www.cesconbarrieu.com.br
Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados

Work Department

Antitrust and Compliance and Anticorruption .

Position

Partner

Career

He represents foreign and domestic companies, investment funds and individual clients in concentration acts, investigations on breaches of the Brazilian competition law, including cartel conduct and in execution of leniency agreements with the Board of Directors of the Economic Defense.

Languages

Portuguese and English.

Member

Bar Admission: Brazil.

Education

He holds a degree in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC) and he is a Specialist in Corporate Law by Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais (IBMEC). Since 2014 he is certified by the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE) as a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP).


Brazil

Competition and antitrust

Within: Competition and antitrust

The 'client-oriented', 'skilled' and 'experienced professionals' at Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados combine 'outstanding technical knowledge with a user-friendly approach'. It has a considerable market share of merger cases before CADE, and is well versed in complex merger filings. Among a long list of recent highlights was the team's representation of Ferrous Resources in its merger with a subsidiary of Vale, in a transaction which was contested by third parties. The team is also active in cartel investigations, and stands out for its impressive track record in leniency applications. 'Excellent lawyer' Ricardo Lara Gaillard 'is able to provide accurate legal advice that considers what is best for the business'. Joyce Midori Honda and associate Leonardo Mansur Lunardi Danesi 'act with great professionalism and competence' and are 'always attentive to detail'.

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