Tolentino Advogados

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The Firm

Tolentino Advogados was founded in 1989, and operates in the consulting and litigation areas, advising clients in the sectors of transport, logistics, mining, steel, infrastructure, construction, telecommunication, services, banking, financial, industrial, electronics, real estate and the third sector. Tolentino Advogados operates throughout the country, being recognized as one of the most respected Brazilian law firms.

Main Areas of Practice

Arbitration; Banking Law; Business Structure and Incorporation; Compliance; Construction and Infrastructure; Consumer; Contracts; Court-supervised Reorganization and Bankruptcy; Family, Inheritance and Survivorship; Litigation; Labor; Mediation; Mining and Evironmental; Real Estate; Regulatory and Administrative

Languages

Portuguese
English                     
Spanish                    

Key Contacts

São Paulo, SP: +55 (11) 3040-8500
Belo Horizonte, MG: +55 (31) 2121-7400
tolentino@tolentino.adv.br

Managing Partner:

Augusto Tolentino
augusto@tolentino.adv.br

Firm Rankings

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Band 2

8.0

Lawyer Rankings

Augusto Tolentino

Band One

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Claudia Ferraz de Moura

Band Three

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28 Jun 2021
Changes to Brazilian Bankruptcy and Reorganization Laws

Law No. 14.112/2020, which amended Law No. 11.101/2005, the Brazilian Bankruptcy and Reorganization Law, brought relevant changes to the insolvency regime in Brazil. STAY PERIOD The 180 days may be extended, exceptionally, only once, provided that the debtor has not contributed to exceed the original period or if the creditors submit, within the established period, […]

28 May 2021

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