Lawyer profile for Brazil 2021
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Competition/Antitrust - Brazil
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Partner in Demarest's Competition practice, Daniel Oliveira Andreoli holds a master's degree in Corporate and Competition Law approved with merit in European and English Competition Law from King's College (University of London) and a Bachelor of Laws degree from PUC-SP. He has more than 18 years of experience acting in complex antitrust cases, representing a wide variety of domestic and international companies in concentration acts and in investigations initiated by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE). He has solid experience in negotiating and drafting leniency agreements, as well as cease and desist and merger control agreements. Daniel acts together with companies in competitive risk diagnostics, as well as formatting and implementing antitrust compliance programs. He represents clients in unilateral conduct investigations involving allegations of abuse of dominant position. He is also a speaker at numerous events related to the area and has published articles on the topic of competition in local and international publications.
Member of the International Bar Association (IBA) Unilateral Conduct Working Group, among others. More can be found on the Demarest website.
Author of numerous articles related to competition and antitrust law. More can be found on the Demarest website.