Brazil: Siqueira Castro Advogados announces the promotion of 12 associates to Equity Partners
Brazilian Law firm Siqueira Castro – Advogados has promoted 12 associates to Equity Partners, from the 1st of January 2018, in a total of eight areas of practice, which includes Criminal Law, Infrastructure, Intellectual Property and others departments.
“The promotion of new 12 Equity Partners from our associate ranks represents a great joy for our entire team. Many of them began their careers as trainees and are now completing their career cycles in the Firm as partners. These promotions represent, at the same time, the Firm’s institutional recognition for the loyalty and extraordinary performance of these dear colleagues, as well as the constant investment made in the retention of our talents and on the renewal of our partner's board. We are convinced that these 12 new Equity Partners will certainly help us continue to fulfill our primary mission: to better serve our clients in every area of business law throughout Brazil" says Carlos Fernando Siqueira Castro, CEO of the Firm.
In the Criminal Law Department, Gauthama Fornaciari will join the partners João Daniel Rassi and Bruno Giusto, in São Paulo, while in the regulatory and infrastructure sector, Rodrigo Calazans, in Rio de Janeiro, and Renata Martins, in São Paulo, will became partners as well.
Lawyers Gabriela Miziara Jajah, in the Tax sector, Marina Vieira Freire, in the Environmental area, and Ana Cristina Robortella, in the labor, complete the list of new partners in São Paulo.
In Rio de Janeiro the new partners are lawyers Alexandre Wider, in litigation and arbitration, Daniel Pitanga in Intellectual Property, I Jen Huang in Tax sector, and Mano Fornaciari Alencar in the consumer department.
In litigation there will also be two new partners in Brasília, where Marina Araújo Lopes takes place, and Curitiba, where Elisa Barros de Carvalho becomes partner.
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