Practice areas: Commercial contracts, arbitration, litigation, labour and employment, government and regulatory and insolvency and restructuring.
Ricardo Gama is a partner in the firm’s litigation and arbitration practice groups. As part of his litigation practice, Mr Gama has been actively engaged in highly complex cases, both in the various Brazilian courts and in arbitration. This dispute involves cases heard in the Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo state courts, and is also subject of an international arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Mr Gama’s practice also involves review and negotiation of commercial contracts, such as distribution and agency agreements, as well as consultancy for national and foreign companies willing to participate in public bids promoted by the various branches of the Brazilian government or by government-owned and/or controlled companies, such as Petrobras. Mr Gama and his team have assisted consortia in the recent two rounds of public bids promoted by the federal government for the privatisation of international airports.
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