Provided by José Diaz
International Trade and Customs, Mergers and Acquisitions and Government Relations
Partner of the Demarest’s Mergers and Acquisitions and International and Customs Trade areas, José Setti Diaz holds a master's degree in Law from USP's Faculty of Law. Among his main clients are the Harvard University fund, the Private Equity fund Vinci Partners and important domestic and multinational companies operating in the agribusiness, auto parts, forestry, paper and pulp, chemical and retail sectors. He has vast experience on WTO issues relating to anti-dumping, subsidies, tariffs, trade barriers, import licensing and disputes. His practice also includes more complex legal issues including preferential treatment, regional trade agreements, import duty changes and negotiations and international trade litigation prevention.
Financial Director of the Center for Studies of Law Firms Member of (CESA);
International Chamber of Commerce – Commission on Trade and Investment Policy (ICC);
Member of the Administration Counsel - The British Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Brazil (BRITCHAM).
Author of the books:
“The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism in Perspective: Challenging Trade-Distorting Agricultural Subsidies”, Editora Cameron, May 2004;
“Antidumping e Salvaguardas”, Editora Aduaneiras, 2005.
Among numerous other articles and publications.