Bernardo Cascão is a partner in BMA’s competition practice area, and a member of the firm's digital law and new technologies group, focusing on competition in the digital environment. He represents clients before Brazil’s competition authority, CADE – Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica, in merger reviews and investigations into potentially anticompetitive conduct such as cartels. He also assists clients in reviewing their business practices, developing competition compliance programmes and providing training on compliance programmes.
His clients include some of the largest national and international companies doing business in various sectors such as pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, information technology, energy, oil and gas, ports, construction, finance and investment banking, insurance and reinsurance, durable goods sales, pharmacies and drugstores, fuel distribution and sales, tourism and parking services.
Bernardo was a foreign associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Brussels (October 2013 to March 2014).
Bernardo is highlighted for the area of competition and antitrust in the relevant legal publication The Legal 500.
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