Businesses that want to win in the current scenario need to conquer markets not only within their country, but abroad as well, diversifying revenue, mitigating risks and benefiting from production and logistics global chains.

Therefore, if you want to have a successful business, the natural step is to internationalize your company, which must go beyond exporting products or services.

This process requires a careful analysis of the internationalization objectives in order to properly choose the jurisdiction from which the expansion will be carried out, which is not always the specific market to be explored, particularly when the creation of offshores optimizes taxation, reduces risks for partners and facilitate both raising investments and cash flow.

Corporate Structures
Operating Agreement

Foreign Investment
Brazilian Investment Overseas
Asset Protection


The funding of Startups grows rapidly, as investors are always looking for businesses with high potential for profitability.

A country with immense challenges like Brazil is a fertile field to apply innovative and scalable solutions, making it one of the main generators of unicorns, i.e., startups valued at more than a billion dollars, even with a depreciated exchange rate.

More and more, corporations have begun to invest in the creation of spin-offs linked to their area of activity, ensuring new commercial opportunities instead of waiting for the emergence of competitors with innovative products and services.

Both Startups and Corporate Ventures demand legal certainty that protects investors, ensures the alignment of interests with entrepreneurs and reduces corporate, labor and tax risks, which is done through specialized contracts and appropriate business negotiations.

Memorandum of Understanding
Shareholder Agreement
Stock Option and Vesting
• Convertible Notes and Investment Agreements

• Foreign Investment
Data Privacy
Intellectual Property
Legal Impacts of Disruption


When a contract is not fulfilled, the best solution is to negotiate with the other side a way to address the interests of both.

This requires both mastery of advanced negotiation techniques as well as practical experience and effective commercial understanding of the businesses involved.

When negotiations fail, it is necessary to act strategically before the Judiciary or an Arbitration Court, properly calculating the cost-benefit of each movement to ensure that the result achieved is actually useful and beneficial.

Corporate Mediation
Contract Negotiation

Shareholder Dispute
International Litigation and Arbitration
Administrative Procedures


The performance of any business requires attention to both the macro and the micro aspects of its structuring.

In the first, from a legal point of view, the corporate type and the limits of the company’s operations are effectively defined, as well as issues pertaining to mergers and acquisitions (M&A), restructuring, investments in the company itself and its relationship with others are settled.

To guarantee that its functioning and its growth are in accordance with the Law, a deep theoretical and practical knowledge of the corporate rules is necessary.

Wrong decisions can mean not only high financial losses, but the unfeasibility of the business, and the legal frame must be tailored to each company, according to its particular market.

Corporate Structure
Corporate Governance
Minority Shareholders


Corporate Restructuring

General Meetings


Contracts are the quintessential way in which corporations and people collaborate in the market.

By signing an agreement that has mandatory force, whose default allows the State to be called upon to guarantee its effectiveness, the parties encourage the exchange and creation of wealth.

The complexity of modern life and related business transactions makes contracts more and more complex as well.

Thus, the legal security of the circulation of goods and services requires the elaboration of contracts that can foresee and resolve existing issues and those that may arise in the exchange relationship between two or more parties, considerably mitigating the risk of non-compliance.

Corporate Contracts
Shareholder Agreement
Asset Protection
Investment Protection

Foreign Contracts
Bespoke Clauses
 Procedural Agreements


There is a natural conflict of interests between a corporation and its management, as the former is interested into perpetuating itself over time and increase its value, while the latter seeks short-term gains that are reflected in its remuneration.

In order to align interests, Corporate Governance rules must be established, which work by defining a company’s internal policies and procedures, ensuring its equitable and transparent performance.

With the professionalization of Brazilian companies and the growing investment of investors in formerly family-owned corporations, the implementation of Corporate Governance mechanisms has grown strongly, making a corporation more attractive to the market and increasing its valuation.


Risk Assessment
Code of Conduct
Compliance Programs

Risk Prevention / Fine Reduction