Madrona Fialho Advogados is the product of the 2023 merger between Madrona Advogados and Fialho Salles Advogados, which were founded in 2015 and 2006 respectively. The new firm is now home to 39 partners and 125 associates.
Promoting an ethical environment in business and investing in training people are two of the great challenges of our time. An increasingly interconnected world, with technology that gets more and more advanced, requires that any organisation stands for transparency, commitment to the promotion of diversity, and respect for differences. Focusing on corporate law, our motivation is to understand the times we live in, invest in people, and work so that our clients reach their goals, always with ethics and responsibility.
The members of the firm stand behind the principles and objectives that we set out to achieve. We want to be among the most admired firms and seek to be a reference to our peers, associates and employees. Our greatest challenge is to grow sustainably, keeping our focus on our team';s high technical quality and ethical standards, boosting business in a fluidity way.
Mergers and acquisitions, corporate, contracts, corporate governance, succession and estate planning, banking and finance, capital market, infrastructure, public law and regulatory, energy, oil and gas, environmental law, project finance, tax law, real estate, civil litigation, mediation and arbitration, credit recovery, bankruptcy and reorganisation, antitrust and competition law, agribusiness, labour law, white-collar and compliance, intellectual property.
Clients include national and foreign clients in a broad range of sectors, including private equity and venture capital, banks and financial services, energy and natural resources, agribusiness, food and beverage, healthcare, mining, oil and gas, real estate, third sector, transport and logistics.
Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 3064 – 11st FLOOR
São Paulo, SP
+55 11 4883 8750
SHIS QL 24, conjunto 01 Casa 01 - Lago Sul
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