Brazil sees new tax partners amid proposed reform

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 (1 week ago) by Emilio Demetriou-Jones

As Brazilian President Michel Temer prepares to shake up the country’s tax code, almost half of law firms reporting promotions to Latin Lawyer are positioning themselves to meet increased client demand in the area by making new tax partners.

Gonçalo Godinho, Maria Helena Ortiz Bragaglia, Ana Paula Alvarez Calil, Daniel Laudisio and José Roberto Martinez de Lima

Gonçalo Godinho, Maria Helena Ortiz Bragaglia, Ana Paula Alvarez Calil, Daniel Laudisio and José Roberto Martinez de Lima

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