Mr Pedro Paulo Wendel Gasparini > Gasparini, Nogueira de Lima e Barbosa Advogados > São Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Gasparini, Nogueira de Lima e Barbosa Advogados
Avenida Paulista 1842
Ed. Cetenco Plaza - Torre Norte - 2º andar, Cerqueira César
São Paulo, SP – CEP 01310-923

Work Department

Dispute Resolution: Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation, Compliance focusing in the areas of industry, commerce and services.


Mr. Gasparini leads the disputes practice and has 28 years of experience in commercial litigation. His practice covers dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration and compliance.


He began his career at Pinheiro Neto Advogados, one of the most prestigious law firms in Brazil, and founded Gasparini, Nogueira de Lima e Barbosa Advogados in 2004.

President of the First Class of Ethics – Ethics Tribunal (TED1) of the Bar Association of Brazil, São Paulo Section in the triennium 2016-2018. Executive Director of CESA – Studies Center of Law Firms. Director of SEJUBRA – Society of Brazil-Germany Legal Studies. Chairman of the Council of MDA – Advocacy Defense Movement.


Portuguese, Italian and English.


He is a member of the Brazilian Bar Association – São Paulo Chapter


Graduated in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo – PUC/SP.
Specialist in Civil Litigation by University of Studies of Milan (“Università degli Studi di Milano”), Italy.

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Dispute Resolution: Litigation

Covering advice on civil, administrative and commercial litigation, Gasparini, Nogueira de Lima e Barbosa Advogados acts for an impressive domestic and international client roster. Ana Lygia Tannus Giacometti‘s areas of specialism include tort, insurance claims, consumer rights, and contractual and corporate disputes, and Maysa Abrahão Tavares Verzola, who has notable experience in judicial and administrative proceedings, is also highly regarded. They lead the team alongside Pedro Paulo Wendel Gasparini, who receives plaudits from clients for his ‘extensive experience in civil litigation’.