Take a look at the paper published by Competition Policy International (CPI), written by our partners Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and Eduardo Frade regarding the future of leniency programs in Latin America.
On May 10th, Brasília will host the 1st Women in Antitrust Seminar in Latin America. Organized by the group Women in Antitrust Latin America and by IBRAC, the event is open to the public and aims to debate women’s role in antitrust. One of the panels will be moderated by our partner Marcela Mattiuzzo.
In the op-ed published by Brazilian’s newspaper Valor Econômico this Wednesday (18th), our partners Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and Marcela Mattiuzzo approach how the Cambridge Analytica case reveals, among other issues, the importance of data compliance programs for the private sector.
On an op-ed published by Nexo on Saturday (7th), our partner Marcela Mattiuzzo writes about the instruction created in New York City aimed at finding regulatory solutions for the use of algorithms in decision making processes and which are the possible impacts of this law in Brazil. [+]
We invite you to take part on the seminar “Privacy, market and competition: perspectives for personal data protection in Brazil”, which will be hosted at USP Law School, on April 18th, Wednesday, starting at 8:30am. The debate is organized by our partner Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and by professor Laura Schertel Mendes (from the University of Brasília). [+]
On March 15th, our partner Vinicius Marques de Carvalho will participate at the workshop “Leniency at CVM – How will administrative deals work?”, organized by Capital Aberto.
Vinicius will be one of the invited lecturers for the debate “How to overcome the lost opportunities and make leniency a relevant instrument for capital market operations”.