En 2012, le Brésil a instauré un système de contrôle des concentrations ex ante. Cette réforme modifie entièrement le système brésilien de contrôle des concentrations, à la fois pour les autorités de contrôle, qui sont désormais soumises à des délais stricts pour rendre leurs décisions, et pour les (...)
Barbara Rosenberg is a partner at Barbosa, Müssnich & Aragão (BM&A), a full-service Brazilian firm recognised as one of the most prestigious law firms in Brazil and listed by Chambers Global, Latin Lawyer and other well known publications as a top firm in various areas, including competition/antitrust and corporate/M&A. Ms Rosenberg currently heads the competition and antitrust practice at BM&A. Before joining the firm, Barbara Rosenberg was the head of the antitrust department at the Ministry of Justice, where she also held the role of deputy secretary at the Secretariat of Economic Law (SDE), having devoted large efforts in re-engineering Brazil’s competition regime between 2003 and 2005. Prior to that, Rosenberg was a partner at another Brazilian prestigious firm, was a foreign associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and also acted at the intellectual property division secretariat of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Ms Rosenberg holds a Doctorate (PhD) Degree from the University of São Paulo and an LLM from the University of California, Berkeley. Rosenberg is the vice president of the Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumer and International Trade (IBRAC) ; a member to the international task force of the antitrust section of the American Bar Association (ITF-AA) ; the vice chair of the Brazilian committee on competition and intellectual property of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) ; a non-governmental advisor to the International Competition Network (ICN) ; and a member of the competition committee of the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo branch (OAB/SP).