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Flávio Pereira Lima

Flávio Pereira Lima
55 11 3147 7841 flima@mattosfilho.com.br São Paulo – Paulista
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Experience

Flávio practices in the firm’s Litigation & Arbitration area representing clients in judicial and administrative proceedings in both lower and higher courts, with representation in domestic and foreign courts.

 

A former board member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAR) and chairman of the Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration Chamber of the Brazilian Bar Association – São Paulo Section (OAB-SP), Flávio has also been a member of the Sectional Council and secretary-general of the Special Committee on Public Ethics.

Education

Bachelor of Laws – Universidade de São Paulo (USP).

Recognitions

Análise Advocacia 500 – Arbitration (2016, 2018 and 2021), Civil (2018 and 2021), Education (2018), Machinery and Equipment (2018), Insurance (2018 and 2019), Consumer Law (2019), Oil and Gas (2019) and São Paulo (2019 and 2020);

Chambers Global – Arbitration (2011 and 2021) and Litigation (2012 and 2021);

Chambers Brazil (former Latin America) – Arbitration & Litigation (2012 and 2021) and Product Liability (2016 and 2018);

Euromoney Expert Guides – Best of the Best Latin America – Commercial Arbitration (2016);

Benchmark Litigation (2020 and 2021);

LACCA Approved – Litigation (2016 and 2022);

Latin Lawyer 250 – Arbitration (2013 and 2021) and Litigation (2012 and 2021);

The Legal 500 – Dispute Resolution (2012 and 2017), Next generation partners: Dispute resolution (2018 and 2021) and Dispute resolution – Litigation (2021 and 2022);

Who’s Who Legal Global – Arbitration (2018) and Litigation (2018, 2020 and 2021);

Who’s Who Legal Brazil – Commercial Litigation (2016 and 2021) and Arbitration (2014 and 2021).

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