Celso Grisi is a partner in the tax practice of Tauil & Chequer Advogados in association with Mayer Brown at the São Paulo office. Celso has 20 years of experience in practicing tax litigation and providing tax advice (including tax planning) and has advised major domestic and international corporations throughout these years. His experience includes drafting memorandums and legal opinions involving the analysis of tax merits; study and development of topics for discussing tax levying, as well as structuring foreign investments and M&A transactions across the country. Also, Celso has been a key element in providing tax solutions to the worldwide well-known real estate and capital markets teams of Mayer Brown Brazil.
Regarding Brazilian indirect taxation, Celso has secured a number of special tax regimes and tax rulings for a variety of industries, including the chemical and automotive sectors within the states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and Santa Catarina. Celso also served, for eight years, as a judge of the State of São Paulo Tribunal of Administrative Taxes, a specialist court on indirect tax litigation.
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