Qualification Summary: Advises national and foreign clients in advisory and strategic litigations.
Practice areas: Labor And Employment and Executive Compensation
On going LL.M. in Corporate Law from the Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa (Insper)
LL.M. in Business Law from Escola de Direito do Rio Janeiro da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV Direito Rio)
Bachelor of Law from the Centro Universitário para o Desenvolvimento do Alto Vale do Itaja
Lectures at: Centro Universitário para o Desenvolvimento do Alto Vale do Itajaí - UNIDAVI. Rio do Sul, Santa Catarina.
External events: Participation in the 1st half year of the Master in Law and Management from the Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Católica Portuguesa e Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics and in the Internationalization Program from the Escola de Direito do Rio Janeiro da Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV Direito Rio.
The recent labour and employment reform enacted in Brazil has introduced important changes to labour and employment relations. One of the principal changes is the introduction of arbitration for the resolution of employment disputes. Although the changing law requires a change of mindset, employers should take advantage of it and begin to consider the possibility of instituting arbitration for certain employment contracts.
The use of outsourcing has historically been uncertain in Brazil, particularly in relation to the outsourcing of a company's core business. However, once in force, the labour reform will create a scenario of greater legal certainty for outsourcing because it expressly authorises the outsourcing of any activities, including a company's core business.