Amadeu Ribeiro

Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr & Quiroga (New York)
Lawyer (Partner)

Amadeu has extensive experience representing clients in complex antitrust matters, including merger review cases, government investigations, antitrust litigation, and general antitrust counseling. Amadeu is currently the only foreign member of the Council of the American Bar Association – Antitrust Law Section, and a member of the Brazilian Institute for the Study of Competition, Consumer Affairs, and International Trade (IBRAC).

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Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Sao Paulo)
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Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Sao Paulo)
Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Rio de Janeiro)
Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Rio de Janeiro)
Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga (Rio de Janeiro)
Mattos Filho Advogados (Sao Paulo)

Articles

1718 Bulletin

Lauro Celidonio Gomes dos Reis Neto, Renata Fonseca Zuccolo Giannella, Amadeu Ribeiro, Marcio Soares, Michelle Marques Machado The Brazilian Competition Authority implements measures in line with WHO recommendations against the spread of the COVID-19

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The Brazilian antitrust authority has implemented measures in line with WHO recommendations against the spread of the COVID-19, and activities are being carried out without major impacts, although deadlines in conduct cases are now suspended and delays in certain matters cannot be altogether (...)

Amadeu Ribeiro, Marcio Soares, Felipe Rodrigues Caldas Feres, Giovani Loss, Nilton Mattos, Renata Fonseca Zuccolo Giannella The Brazilian Competition Authority enters into a settlement agreement with a major refining company for the sale of oil refineries (Petrobras)

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During a hearing held on June 11, 2019, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) entered into a Settlement Agreement with Petrobras for the sale of eight oil refineries and associated infrastructure. The agreement was approved by the majority of CADE’s Commissioners and has in (...)

Amadeu Ribeiro, Lauro Celidonio, Renata Fonseca Zuccolo Giannella The Brazilian Administrative Council For Economic Defence’s Tribunal provides further guidance for the assessment of international cartels and indicates when they are considered as able to produce effects in Brazil (Elpida / Mitsubishi / Nanya / NEC / Toshiba)

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CADE’s Tribunal provided, during judgment sessions held between August and November of 2016, further guidance for the assessment of international cartels, indicating when they are considered able to produce effects in Brazil, in breach of Brazilian competition law. These decisions were issued (...)

Amadeu Ribeiro, Frederico Carrilho Donas, Marcio Soares The Brazilian Superior Court of Justice limits the confidentiality of the Brazilian Competition Authority’s leniency agreements (Εlectrolux)

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The Brazilian Superior Court of Justice (“STJ”) has issued a ruling that seeks to limit the confidentiality of leniency agreements entered into with the Brazilian antitrust authority (“CADE”). Pursuant to the ruling, third parties may have access to such agreements and related materials (including (...)

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