VMCA partners Eduardo Frade and Marcela Mattiuzzo and senior associate Diogo Sant’Ana are going to participate this week in the 3rd National Forum on Competition and Regulation (Fonacre, in the Portuguese acronym), which will take place from May 15 to 17 in Brasilia.
Marcela will be a speaker in the forum’s first panel, at 9am on the 16th, which will discuss “Leniency Agreements: judicial control and contemporary issues “. Partner Eduardo Frade will be in the next panel, discussing “Compliance and the Brazilian anti-corruption law” at 10.50am. Finally, senior associate Diogo Sant’Ana will be a panelist at the third panel of the day, entitled “Frequent debtors: interactions between taxation and competition” at 2 pm on the same day. In addition to private sector experts, all panels will feature academics and members from various spheres of the government, including regulatory agencies.
Fonacre, organized by the Association of Federal Judges of Brazil (Ajufe), aims to promote the debate among federal judges, lawyers, members of the Public Prosecutor’s Office and other legal operators in order to improve discussions on issues related to competition and regulation.
More information is available here.