Flávio received his master’s and doctorate’s degree in civil procedural law from the University of São Paulo Law School in 1992 and 1997, having graduated as an attorney from the same University. He has been acting as a professor for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of São Paulo Law School since 2004, and in 2008 he received the title of full professor.
His main areas of work are civil and commercial law, both consulting and litigation (court litigation and arbitration). He is an expert in civil procedural law, arbitration, civil law, family and succession law, commercial and corporate law, electoral law and administrative law.
Flávio has extensive experience advising companies handling high-profile cases and complex international and domestic disputes. He focuses on advising foreign and Brazilian companies in various sectors such as banking, construction, pharmaceutical, agriculture, energy, entertainment, mining, O&G, telecommunications, sanitation, transportation, and pulp and paper.
His experience as a lawyer is also enhanced by his continued handling disputes as an arbitrator in Brazil and abroad.
Flávio is a Regional Electoral Court of São Paulo former judge, having acted from 2006 to 2012. He was awarded the São Paulo Electoral Collar of Merit in 2011.
Flávio has lectured in multiple national and international forums and is a member of numerous associations, such as the International Association of Procedural Law, the American Law Institute, the Iberian-American Institute of Procedural Law and the Brazilian Institute of Procedural Law.
Flávio has several publications.
He has been appointed as one of the most prominent lawyers in his practice areas by the leading specialist publications.