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Markets and
fields of practice

  • Agrobusiness and Agrotechs
  • Automotive and Autoparts
  • Bank, Financial and Monetary
  • Basic Industry
  • Biotechnology and Biosafety
  • Business Restructuring and Salvage
  • Compliance Risk Assessment
  • Corporate Crimes
  • Cryptoactives
  • Electoral Law
  • Emerging Companies
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Entertainment and Leisure
  • Facilities
  • FinTechs
  • Goods and Services Industry
  • Governmental Relations
  • High Performance Sports
  • Infrastructure
  • Insurance and Reinsurance
  • International Trade and Customs Law
  • Investment Funds and Asset Management
  • Legal Controllership
  • Legal Representation for Shareholders
  • Life Sciences and Healthcare
  • Logistics and Transportation of Cargo and People
  • Luxury Market
  • Media, Marketing and Advertising
  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Private Clients, Family and Successions
  • Programs for Corporate Integrity and Ethics
  • Public and Administrative Law
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Renewable Energy
  • Retail and E-commerce
  • Startups
  • Structural Operations
  • Sustainability
  • Tech- and Manufacturing Hubs
  • Technologies
  • Telecommunications
  • Third Sector and Social Businesses
  • Tourism, Events and Hotel Trade
  • Urbanization and Allotment

Strategic information

The financial cost of negligence.

Listening

From the simplest to the most complex operations, we challenge ourselves to listen carefully to each client, and, when necessary, also to his employees, from the rear to the frontline, in order to map contingent risks as well as the best opportunities.

This involves understanding the client's position on the marketplace, the power relations in the chain they are inserted in, as well as the cadre of their suppliers, clients and regulating institutions.

Value Communication

Therefore, our board has the duty to point out — straight away — the financial cost of negligence and of its impact on the legal and economic integrity of your Brand.

We stand for clear answers, critical analyses and sincere recommendations, steering clear from inflated and evasive legal language.

Strategic
Committee of
Leaders

Campinas,
São Paulo

The most intelligent city in Brazil.

For foreign executives and their families

A group of only six hundred cities will be responsible for leveraging two thirds of worldwide economic growth in the next ten years. Four hundred of these cities are located in emerging countries, and ten of them are in Brazil. Among them, Campinas is the only «engine-city», that is not a state capital.

Crossed by five of the most important roads of the country — and sixty minutes away from Brazil's financial capital —, Campinas is home to the largest cargo airport in Latin America.

The metropolitan areas of Campinas and São Paulo (Capital) are in an advanced stage of conurbation. Together, they compound the first macrometropolis in the southern hemisphere, an «Expanded Metropolitan Complex» with over 34 million inhabitants.

Campinas is also home to the largest State University in the country and one of the most respectable institutions in the world for scientific research and patent registration, hosting more than 400 scientific events per year.

Two more of the city's universities are among the top ten private learning institutions of Brazil, and together they are responsible for the region's high levels of Intellectual Capital and specialized workforce, including the study and practice of Law.

Furthermore, Campinas is host to the Sirius, the number one synchrotron light producing particle accelerator in the world, used for research at the atomic and molecular levels. The investment came directly from the Ministry for Science, Technology and Innovation, taking biological and materials related research to the limit of what physics can achieve.

Living in Campinas

The metropolis has the 9th GDP of the country, above more than half the state capitals, hosting technology hubs and many industries, such as software, logistics, microelectronics, agrotechnology, as well as medical and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

The City has high level bilingual schools and one military school, 26 parks and groves, environmental reserves and permanent protection areas for fauna and flora, infrastructure, connectivity, leisure and quality services to welcome foreign executives and their families.

Campinas is also one of the main business tourism destination and events host in South America, featuring, therefore, a vast network of hotels, spas and luxury resorts, not mentioning the highest concentration of polo fields, horseback riding, jumping and endurance riding facilities and golf courses in the country.

Include Campinas in your strategic business planning.

Source: Municipal Office for Economic Development,
Social Development and Tourism of Campinas (2020).