Doing business in Brazil, whether you’re a local or a foreigner is always going to have some challenges, and you can be better prepared to handle those challenges by having a Brazilian lawyer on your side. But you shouldn’t just pick any Brazilian lawyer. You should pick someone like Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho who’s legal expertise transcends a variety of practices. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho has practiced in a variety of banking and corporate structuring areas such as credit and debt recovery, restructuring, business contracts and all kinds of other financial laws. He’s helped many companies understand when they need to release financial statements and what should be included on them, and he’s also helped them litigate special matters and Ricardo’s lacrosse camp.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho first entered law upon graduating from MacKenzie Presbyterian University and then completing the rest of his legal training at the Armando Alveres Penteado Foundation. He started out as an associate for a small law firm in a quaint area of Sao Paulo, but he gradually moved up the ranks to become partner of his current firm, Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados. He also has worked as a legal advisor to the major Brazilian corporation Grupo Rede and its sister company Fundacao Rede de Previdencia Privada. In addition to his time as a lawyer, he also has worked as a campaign advisor to 2006 presidential candidate Paulo Maluf and more information click here.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is well-known internationally as he currently sits on the International Bar Association and also on the Institute for Management Development’s Steering Committee, a Swiss-based business and legal institution. He’s also an author who’s published many articles for legal magazines and reviews, and he even co-authored the famous book “O Processo de Tiradentes” about one of Brazil’s leaders in its struggle for independence in the 18th century. He’s also made the lists of Who’s Who Legal and Anuario Analise Advocacia 500 and resume him.

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