Partners (76): Amanda Nunes, Ana Carolina Botto Audi, Ana Paula Schedel, André Alarcon, André Novaski, Bárbara Bittencourt, Bruna Toledo Pacheco, Bruno Aurélio, Bruno Drago, Camila Biral, Camila Prado, Carlo Verona, Carlos Eduardo Orsolon, Cássia Pizzotti, Celso Xavier, Cesar Rossi, Christiano Chagas, Cláudio Mattos, Daniel Andreoli, Daniel Caramaschi, Daniel Kaufman, David Meiler, Douglas Mota, Edimara Wieczorek, Eduardo Alcântara, Eduardo Magrani, Eloy Rizzo Neto, Fernanda Gouvêa Leão, Fernanda Stefanelo, Fernando Bueno, Fernando Vargas, Fabio Braga, Fabyola En Rodrigues, Gabriel Kuznietz, Gisele Bossa, Guilherme Fontes Bechara, Guilherme Vieira da Silva, João Luis Almeida, João Paulo Minetto, José Diaz, Joyl Gondim, Kátia Zambrano, Letícia Wanderley, Lucas Tavares Bueno, Luciana Tornovsky, Luiz Fernando Sant’Anna, Marc Stalder, Marcelo Annunziata, Marcelo Inglez de Souza, Marcello Pedroso, Marcia Cicarelli, Maria Helena Bragaglia, Maurício Barros, Maurício Levy, Mauro Luz, Milena Mundim, Newton Marzagão, Paola Pugliese, Paulo Coelho da Rocha, Priscila Faricelli, Rafael Gagliardi, Renato Canizares, Roberto Casarini, Rodrigo Campos, Rodrigo Damazio, Rosi Costa Barros, Sílvio Venosa, Stella Castro,Thereza Montoro, Tatiana Campello, Thiago Lopes Amaral, Thiago Giantomassi, Thiago Maia, Thiago Sandim, Victor Lopes
Founded in 1948, Demarest is one of the most renowned law firms in Brazil and ranks among the largest firms in Latin America. The firm’s multidisciplinary model contributes to the agility and effectiveness of its work, integrating its professionals and creating a synergy across all teams. Clients from all over the world are assisted in domestic and international transactions, with an organisational structure that has offices established in the major cities of Brazil and in New York.
Demarest is one of the leading full-service corporate law firms in Brazil, with more than 70 years of experience in assisting clients from all over the world. The quality of the firm’s performance can be attributed to how matters are approached strategically, and the lengths to which teams prepare before even the first action is taken. The firm’s division into ‘work cells’ enables lawyers to become deeply familiar with the cases and the clients that they are involved with, resulting in a service that is of international quality yet provided with a personal approach.
The firm has established partnerships with organisations committed to realising these values and promoting the foundations for well-being, education and social inclusiveness. By means of partnerships with ‘Instituto Pro Bono’ and the Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation, Demarest provides legal advice to nongovernmental and nonprofit organisations. The firm also contributes to research carried out by renowned institutions regarding pro bono work in Brazil, including TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono and Latin Lawyer Pro Bono Survey. Demarest prides itself on adhering to a strong and active diversity and inclusiveness programme, and firmly believes that this forms an essential part of the Demarest approach that enables sustainable and cost-effective business, which in turn contributes directly to the socioeconomic development at local and global levels. The firm, therefore, promotes a pluralistic work environment that is non-discriminatory, respectful, welcoming, innovation-driven, and that ultimately contributes to achieving business results.
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