Victor Fernandes is a member of the administrative tribunal at CADE. He is a professor of Economic Law and Competition Law in undergraduate and graduate courses at the Brazilian Institute of Teaching, Development and Research (IDP). PhD in Commercial Law from the University of São Paulo (FDUSP - 2018-2021), Master in Law, State and Constitution from the University of Brasília (UnB - 2016-2018) and Graduated in Law from the same educational institution. He is a Federal Public Servant of the Career of Specialist in Regulation of Public Telecommunications Services of the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). He was legal advisor to the Sub-head for Legal Affairs of the Civil House of the Presidency of the Republic (2016-2017), acting before the Sub-head of Infrastructure Policies, Chief of Staff in the Administrative Council of Economic Defense - CADE (2017-2019) and is currently Chief of Cabinet of Minister in the Supreme Court (STF).
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GOOGLE SHOPPING IN BRAZIL: HIGHLIGHTS OF CADE’S DECISION AND TAKEAWAYS FOR DIGITAL ECONOMY ISSUES On 26 June 2019, the Brazilian Competition Authority (CADE) decided to file the competition charges raised against Google on its “Google Shopping” feature. It was not an easy decision, which is (...)
The Brazilian antitrust authority (Portuguese acronym CADE) has been following a worldwide trend in encouraging the adoption of competition law compliance programs. Nevertheless, one can see an apparent policy gap in the current optimal incentives for compliance program adoption in antitrust (...)