Caminati Bueno Advogados (São Paulo)

Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale

Caminati Bueno Advogados (São Paulo)
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Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale is a partner at Caminati Bueno Advogados in São Paulo. He joined the firm in 2018. He is also an adviser at the IBRAC, the Brazilian Institute for Competition, Consumer Affairs and International Trade Studies since 2022.

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3224 Bulletin

Eduardo Caminati Anders, Marcio de Carvalho Silveira Bueno, Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale The Brazilian Competition Authority starts its first investigation involving the labor market in the healthcare industry

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On March 17, 2021, CADE released a public order disclosing it is investigating potential anticompetitive practices performed into the labor market in Brazil , mirroring a worldwide trend that is already a strong policy in some seasoned jurisdictions. The proceeding at a glimpse As public (...)

Eduardo Caminati Anders, Marcio de Carvalho Silveira Bueno, Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale The Brazilian Competition Authority publishes general guidelines for competitor collaborations allowed during the COVID-19 crisis

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On July 6th , the Brazilian Antitrust Authority (CADE) published the so-called “Provisional Informative Note” to guide the economic agents on the collaboration between companies to fight the Covid-19 crisis. The document (available here), awaited by the antitrust community, sets out general (...)

Eduardo Caminati Anders, Marcio de Carvalho Silveira Bueno, Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale The Brazilian Competition Authority authorises competitor collaboration to assist the recovery of small retailers of beverages, food and personal and domestic care products against the economic effects of COVID-19 (Movimento Nós)

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In an Extraordinary Judgment Session held on May 28th, the Tribunal of the Brazilian Antitrust Authority (Cade) ratified a decision of its General Superintendence and authorized a collaboration among a group of companies (including competitors) - Ambev, BRF, Coca-Cola, Mondelez, Nestlé and (...)

Eduardo Caminati Anders, Marcio de Carvalho Silveira Bueno, Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale The Brazilian Competition Authority agrees to suspend deadline for implementing certain antitrust compliance commitments undertaken in a cartel case Settlement Agreement due to COVID-19 pandemic (Basso / Valbrás)

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Due to the impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Brazilian Antitrust Authority (“CADE”) agreed to suspend the deadline for implementation of some antitrust compliance commitments undertaken in a Settlement Agreement (“Settlement”) in the context of a cartel investigation. In this short note we (...)

Eduardo Caminati Anders, Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale, Marcio de Carvalho Silveira Bueno The Brazilian Competition Authority requests the submission of a below-threshold transaction between two distributors of pharmaceutical supplies (All Chemistry / SM Empreendimentos)

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1. INTRODUCTION During the trial session of September 5, 2018, the Tribunal of the Brazilian Competition Authority (“CADE”) requested the submission of a transaction that did not trigger the mandatory notification thresholds.- In short, the transaction concerns the acquisition of All Chemistry (...)

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