Lawyer profile for Brazil 2021
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Competition/Antitrust - Brazil
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Ricardo Inglez is the head of the Competition, International Trade and Compliance practices at IWRCF. He has vast experience in assisting national and multinational companies in his practice areas.
Ricardo Inglez has been involved in some of the most emblematic antitrust cases judged (and currently under investigation) by the Brazilian competition authorities, including cartel cases related to the Lava Jato investigation, the train and metro cartel, among others.
Over the years, Ricardo Inglez has been mentioned and recognized by several publications. Besides his experience as partner in major Brazilian firms, he had the opportunity to work at the most renown law firm in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and as a local partner of a major Spanish law firm. Besides, he participated in the training for young lawyers at the Brazilian Mission at WTO in Geneva.
He is also frequently invited as a Professor in Brazilian and foreign institutions.
Ricardo Inglez de Souza
Inglez, Werneck, Ramos, Cury e Françolin Advogados