Mr Humberto Marini > Campos Mello Advogados > Rio de Janeiro, Brazil > Lawyer Profile
Campos Mello Advogados Offices
RUA LAURO MULLER N. 116 25 ANDAR
CONDOMINIO DO EDIFICIO, RIO SUL CENTER, BOTAFOGO
RIO DE JANEIRO , RJ, 22290-906
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Mr Humberto Marini
Partner and co-head of Tax Practice.
Humberto is a partner in Campos Mello and co-head of the Tax Practice based in Rio de Janeiro.
He has an extensive practice in tax consulting and tax litigation, experienced in the Judicial and Administrative Courts. His work includes responsibility for many substantial cases in state and federal courts, including the Higher Courts in Brazil: Brazilian Taxpayers Council, Superior Tribunal of Justice and Federal Supreme Court.
Humberto also has significant experience in VAT/indirect and direct tax matters, as well as in state and municipal taxes, social security, M&A, customs duties and excise taxes. Represented major companies in tax lawsuits, administrative procedures and consultations at the government tax departments in Brazil.
Among his clients are Brazilian and international companies in industry sectors, such as consumer goods, energy, infrastructure, financial and banking services, mining, hospitality and leisure, retail, industrial goods and services, life sciences and real estate.
Humberto began his career in 1998, as a member of the Tax department of Trench, Rossi and Watanabe. In 2005, he joined the Tax team of Veirano Advogados, which he left in 2010 to join Campos Mello Advogados to coordinate the Tax Litigation team.
English, Portuguese and Italian
Brazilian Bar Association (OAB), Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo Chapters.
Specialization in Tax, Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), 2003; B.A. in Law,Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), 2001.
Campos Mello Advogados‘ standalone tax practice provides a comprehensive service. In consultancy, it advises domestic and international clients on direct and indirect tax, tax planning and transaction-related tax matters. Recent highlights in litigation included Humberto Marini‘s representation of the Brazilian subsidiary of a well-known international company in a case involving disallowance of interest expenses for corporate income tax purposes. Alex Jorge co-heads the department with Marini; the four-partner team also includes Rosana Gonzaga Jayme and Renato Lopes da Rocha.