Marcio has extensive experience in competition matters, representing domestic and foreign clients from various sectors of the economy in approving corporate transactions (mergers) before the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade), as well as in investigations of anticompetitive conduct – especially cartels and abuse of dominant position – negotiating leniency agreements and cease-and-desist agreements (TCCs), antitrust lawsuits, competition compliance and general advice.
Marcio serves as co-chair of the Working Group on International Cartels of the International Bar Association’s (IBA) Antitrust Committee and is a member of the International Committee of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association (ABA). He is also a board member of the Brazilian Institute for the Study of Competition, Consumption and International Trade (Ibrac). Marcio is a guest professor in Fundação Getúlio Vargas’s graduate program in Rio de Janeiro, and has written a number of articles on antitrust law published in Brazil and abroad.
Bachelor of Laws – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Postgraduate Degree in Private Law – Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Master of Laws (LL.M.) – Columbia Law School
Análise Advocacia 500 – Antitrust (2019; 2020 – 2021); Banking (2020); Chemical and Petrochemical (2019 – 2021); Regulatory (2019); Specialized Services (2020); Technology (2019; 2021); São Paulo (2020 – 2021);
Chambers Brazil (formerly Chambers Latin America) – Competition & Antitrust (2014; 2021);
LACCA Approved – Antitrust (2017; 2021 – 2022);
Latin Lawyer 250 – Antitrust & Competition (2014; 2020 – 2021);
The Legal 500 – Competition & Antitrust – Leading individual (2014; 2022);
Who’s Who Legal Brazil – Competition (2016; 2020 – 2021);
Who’s Who Legal Global – Competition (2021-2022);
Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders – Brazil – Competition (2020 – 2022).
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