Ricardo Inglez de Souza

Inglez, Werneck, Ramos, Cury e Françolin Advogados (Sao Paulo)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Inglez de Souza raduated from PUC-SP in 2000, and has experience of more than fifteen years in the service of national and multinational companies in the areas of Competition, International Trade and Fraud, Anti-Corruption Standards & Compliance. He is a founding partner of IWRCF and was a partner at Demarest Lawyers (having had a three-year experience in Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal in Buenos Aires), the Dias Carneiro Advogados, among others. He is recognized as one of the main Brazilian lawyers in the areas of Competition and International Trade. He has written articles and is invited to give lectures on topics of your practice.

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Inglez, Werneck, Ramos, Cury e Françolin Advogados (Sao Paulo)

Articles

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Raisa Dvorah Rechter, Ricardo Inglez de Souza The Brazilian Federal Supreme Court overrules the Brazilian Competition Authority’s appeal regarding the Central Bank’s exclusive jurisdiction for merger control in financial institutions (Brazilian Central Bank)

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The Brazilian Federal Supreme Court has overruled the Brazilian Competition Authority’s appeal regarding the verdict issued by the Brazilian Superior Court of Justice regarding the Brazilian Central Bank’s exclusive jurisdiction for merger control involving banks and financial institutions in (...)

Ricardo Inglez de Souza The Brazilian Competition Authority suggests the conviction of car manufacturer and its car dealers for bid rigging in ambulance public tender (General Motors)

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The Brazilian competition authority in charge for the investigation of antitrust violations – CADE’s General Superintendence (“SG”) – has suggested the conviction of General Motors (“GM”), and two of its car dealers HDM Ditribuidora de Veículos Ltda. (“HDM”) and Itororó Brás Veículos e Peças Ltda. (...)

Ricardo Inglez de Souza The Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defence approves the first voluntary divestment transaction (Owens Corning / Chongqing Polycomp International)

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Brazil’s first voluntary divestment was approved by the Administrative Council for Economic Defence (CADE), involving the sale by the U.S. fibreglass manufacturer Owens Corning of its Brazilian fibreglass reinforcement plant to Chongqing Polycomp International Corporation, a Chinese company. On (...)

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