Published by newspaper Folha de S. Paulo Online today, the article written by Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and Flávio Marques Prol discusses the impact of the negotiated measures proposed by the federal government in order to end the truck driver’s strike.
The new paper published by Jota and written by our lawyers Flávio Marques Prol and Frederico Haddad analyses what does it mean to guarantee an effective competition on the biddings and how can antitrust law contribute to the debate.
The law firm, Vinicius Marques de Carvalho Advogados (VMCA) was indicated as “recommended” by Global Competiton Review (GRC), the world’s main publication in Antitrust Law, at the ranking which analyzes the Brazilian market.
Our partners Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and Eduardo Frade were invited to participate at the XIV Brasilcon (Brazilian Congress for Consumer Law), held this week in São Paulo with the main subject “Consumer Law and the Information Society”.
Our partner, Eduardo Frade, participated at the 14a Annual Competition Mid-Year Conference from the International Bar Association, held in Buenos Aires.
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.