Fleichman Advogados and its founding partner, Gustavo Fleichman, have been ranked in the past four years, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, among the leading firms and lawyers of Brazil by the Brazilian publication “Os Escritórios e os Advogados Mais Admirados do Brasil” (The Most Respected Law Firms and Lawyers in Brazil), published by Análise Advocacia 500 magazine.
Both have been nominated in a variety of categories, with special in Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts.
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This is what we offer our clients and the foundation of our partnership.
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We believe that the cultural education of people is essential for building a better society. That is why we promote a culturally rich office environment and value the search for knowledge. This vision integrates the identity of our firm and makes us more competent professionals and more complete individuals. Our firm culture is also promoted through the distribution of small end-of-year readings to our clients and friends.
He has held legal-executive positions in telecommunications and oil and gas companies, and represented these sectors through guilds and industry associations.
As an executive, he was General Secretary at Telefônica in Brazil for five years, until May 2011; Legal Director at Telemar/Oi; Legal VP at Shell Brazil; Legal General Manager at Ipiranga. He also worked at the prestigious Law firm Bulhões Pedreira, Bulhões Carvalho e Advogados Associados in Rio de Janeiro.
In his institutional work, Gustavo was Legal Director at Sindicato das Empresas de Telecomunicações – Sinditelebrasil (Brazil’s National Union of Fixed and Mobile Telecom Companies) by the time of its foundation. He had great participation in the Sindicato das Distribuidoras de Combustíveis – SINDICOM (Brazil’s National Fuel Distributors Union), where he acted as Legal VP, fighting against the illegal trade of fuels.
He was Counselor of the Brazilian Bar Association (Rio de Janeiro Section), from January 2004 to December 2006 and Counselor of the Brazilian Bar Association (São Paulo Section), from January 2009 to December 2011.
He worked at Leoni Siqueira Advogados (2011 to 2015), where he specialized in corporate transactions and in administrative proceedings before CVM (Brazilian Securities Exchange Commission).
At Andrade & Fichtner Advogados (2005 to 2008) and Basílio Advogados (2008 to 2010) he represented clients in complex judicial disputes.
Holds a Law degree from Cândido Mendes University (2008), an LLM degree from the Northwestern University School of Law (2011) and a Business Management Certificate from the Kellogg School of Management (2011).
Received, by appointment of the student and administrative body of Northwestern University School of Law, the SBA LLM/K Leadership Award, 2011.
Author of the article “Apontamentos sobre a ação de dissolução parcial de sociedade no novo Código de Processo Civil” (Notes on the company’s partial dissolution procedure in the new Civil Procedure Code), published in “Atualidades em Direito Societário e Mercado de Capitais – Vol. I” (Current issues in Corporate Law and Capital Markets – Vol. I) (org. Felipe Hanszmann), Rio de Janeiro, Lumen Juris, 2016.
Carlos Henrique Ribeiro Pelliciari has a degree in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP) having graduated in 2008. He has taken his postgraduate studies in Tax Law at the Universidade de São Paulo in 2010.
He has built his career in tax law and has been working in the area for more than 12 years. Carlos Henrique is an expert in advisory, serving large companies in their strategic demands.
He has worked in renowned Law firms specialized in Tax Law such as Ippolito, Rivitti e Dias Advogados and Martins, Chamon e Franco Advogados.
He worked at Correia da Silva Law firm from 2012 to 2018. During this period, he provided technical consulting services to clients and in addition to that he used to analyze the taxation of sectors of the economy together with the Government Relations department to suggest public policies improvements in order to reduce the tax burden.
Rosinei Silvestre Libano is graduated from São Judas Tadeu University in 1996 and post-graduated in Corporate and Economy Law from FGV/SP in 2002. She also holds an MBA degree in finance from INSPER/SP (2007).
With over fifteen years of experience in corporate law, contract law and capital markets, she participated in public offerings, issuance of securities, debentures, promissory notes and in M&A transactions.
She started her career in Banco Bradesco S.A., where she worked in the capital market’s department (1994-1999), having also worked in Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria Brasil S.A. (1999-2001) and in reputable law firms, such as Barbosa, Müssnich & Aragão Advogados (2001-2007), Tozzini Freire Advogados (2007-2008), MHM Advogados (2009-2013) and Fanhoni e Krongold Advogados (2013 a 2015).
Thais Caneo Riofrio obtained a degree in Law from the Faculdade de Direito de São Bernardo do Campo in 2017. She is currently attending the post-graduation course in Contract Law, at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP).
Before joining Fleichman Advogados, worked at BASF (2015-2017) with contracts, corporate law and civil litigation.
Marina Muniz Washington is an economist and lawyer, specialized in estate planning and asset protection.
As a member Intercorp Group, she worked as advisor in corporate, tax and regulatory matters related to asset protection/management and succession planning in Brazil and abroad, with emphasis on family companies and offshore structures corporate documentation (incorporation, reorganization and liquidation).
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica – Rio de Janeiro (2009), a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Ibmec RJ (2014) and a postgraduate degree in Contemporary International Relations from the Instituto de Relações Internacionais (IRI), Pontifícia Universidade Católica – Rio de Janeiro (2012).