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Renata Zuccolo

Renata Zuccolo
55 11 3147 7767 renata.zuccolo@mattosfilho.com.br São Paulo – Paulista

Experience

Renata’s practice focuses on complex competition issues, including mergers linked to both domestic and international transactions, administrative investigations, court proceedings, and audits. She also works with developing and implementing competition compliance programs and advises clients in trade defense cases. Renata is a member of the Brazilian Institute for the Study of Competition, Consumer Affairs and International Trade (Ibrac).

Education

Bachelor of Laws – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP)

Specialization in Economic and Regulatory Law – Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV)

Master of Laws (LL.M.) – King’s College, London

Recognitions

Análise Advocacia 500 – Antitrust (2020-2021), Construction Material and Decoration (2020), São Paulo (2020-2021)

Chambers Brazil (formerly Chambers Latin America) – Competition & Antitrust (2019-2022)

IFLR 1000 Financial and Corporate – Notable Practioner (2018, 2020)

LACCA Approved – Antitrust & Competition (2017, 2021-2022)

Latin Lawyer 250 – Antitrust and Competition (2020-2021);

The Legal 500 – Competition and Antitrust (2018)

Who’s Who Legal Brazil – Competition (2020-2021);

Who’s Who Legal Global – Competition – Future Leaders (2019, 2021)

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With Renata Zuccolo
LexLatin

Grupo Oncoclínicas, especializado en el diagnóstico y tratamiento del cáncer, retiene participación de 50%

​Unimed-Rio Participações e Investimentos, vehículo de inversión de Unimed-Rio Cooperativa de Trabalho Médico do Rio de Janeiro, compró a Oncoclínicas do Brasil Serviços Médicos una participación en el capital social de Centro de Excelência de Radioterapia do Rio de Janeiro. El monto no fue revelado.

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Areas of expertise

Latin Lawyer

Mattos Filho and Gaia Silva behind cancer treatment partnership in Brazil

​Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados has helped private medical group Oncoclínicas do Brasil sell a minority stake in a radiotherapy subsidiary to healthcare company Unimed.
The buyer, including its subsidiaries, hired Gaia, Silva, Gaede & Associados Advocacia, for the deal, which closed on 31 March. No value was disclosed.

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Update on CADE’s activities and deadlines

Brazil’s antitrust authority (Cade), continues to take measures amidst the Covid-19 crisis in order to remain operational while also ensuring the safety of staff and members of the antitrust community. Currently, the staff is mostly working remotely. Face-to-face meetings were replaced by videoconferencing and conference calls. Thus far, Cade’s Judgment Sessions have been maintained, but Commissioners are working toward conducting them remotely as well. The change will likely become effective in early April. In the merger control front, Cade remains committed to keeping things on track and has announced that all deadlines remain unchanged. However, given the gravity of the Covid-19 outbreak in Brazil, delays may start happening, especially in cases where Cade depends on the collection of information from market participants. In such cases, CADE may face difficulties in establishing contact with the sources of such information. Moreover, these cases will likely be granted with deadline extensions when requested.  On the other hand, changes concerning investigations have taken effect. Following guidance from the Federal Government, Cade issued a note on March 25 declaring the suspension of all deadlines running against defendants in (i) investigations of anticompetitive conduct, (ii) gun-jumping investigations, and (iii) other administrative proceedings for the imposition of procedural penalties. Finally, Cade stressed in the same note that preliminary conduct investigations, proceedings relating to leniency or settlement agreements, and consultation proceedings will continue to run as before. We are monitoring the developments concerning the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the enforcement of Brazil’s antitrust law and we will update our clients and partners constantly.

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