Rodrigo Ferreira Figueiredo
Rodrigo Ferreira Figueiredo led the efforts to establish our London office in 2016, where he has been based ever since as our London resident partner. Rodrigo’s practice focuses on assisting European and Asian clients with cross-border matters involving Brazilian law, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, reorganizations, divestitures, and general advice on Brazilian corporate law across multiple industries.
Rodrigo is a member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Legal Committee of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain, a member of the Legal Committee of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in France, and an officer of the Corporate and M&A Law Committee of the London-based International Bar Association (IBA).
Bachelor of Laws, Universidade de São Paulo
Master of Laws (LL.M.), The University of Chicago
Master of Laws in Business Law, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo
Chambers Global – Corporate/M&A: Foreign Expert Based in UK; Corporate/M&A: Expertise based abroad in UK (2018 – 2021)
LACCA Approved – Corporate/M&A (2017 – 2020)
Latin Lawyer 250 – Corporate and M&A; Banking & Finance (2020-2021)
The Legal 500 – Corporate/M&A (2013 – 2015)
Who’s Who Legal Global – M&A and Corporate Governance (2020-2021)
Who’s Who Legal Brazil – Corporate Governance; M&A (2018)
Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders – M&A and Governance (2019)
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Mattos Filho in the media
In March, as countries around the world began to lock down in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, Brazilian law firm Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados had six associates stationed in London and the same number in New York.
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Brazil has a civil law system. Accordingly, and unlike the common law systems where court decisions are a principal source of law, the Brazilian legal system is based upon codified law and not upon judicial precedents. This means that, with the exception of certain appellate decisions that have general applicability, judicial decisions in Brazil are not binding precedents that must be followed by subsequent courts.
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M&A activity in Latin America’s biggest two markets during the first half of 2020 was consistent with 2019 levels, according to data collected by Latin Lawyer, while Colombia and Peru saw a decrease.
The overall number of M&A deals recorded in Latin America fell in the first half of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Our research is based on M&A deals submitted to Latin Lawyer by law firms and that were closed, signed or announced in the first six months of 2020 and 2019.
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