The business law differs around the world, and for any business entering Brazil, it must understand the laws of this country. Brazil is one of the top economies in the world, and its’ growth could have been sparked further after successfully hosting the World Cup in 2014, and the Summer Olympics in 2016. It has since then become one market that multinationals are looking at while more locally-owned businesses are also looking at scaling their operations.
Such growth may require a number of key business decisions such as forming partnerships, setting up new limited companies, offering shares to the public lawyer, etc. Upon discovering the potential of the market/business in question, a business owner will take the initiative to inform business partners or shareholders for a decision to be made. He has been on the frontline working for better governance and has been on the fighting for good regulations in the country. Brazil is definitely lucky to have him and more
Thereafter, there is a need for further research probably through an in-house committee to look at the pros and cons thoroughly. A business will need the presence of a business lawyer when taking bold steps like mergers, leasing property or acquiring another company. Such a lawyer will explain the legal implications of every decision the research committee makes, and also expound on the implications of taking up the business opportunity available.
Ricardo Tosto’s legal assistance will come in handy. He is an experienced Brazilian lawyer handling a variety of areas from business law to civil law, banking contracts and acquisition. He works for Sao Paulo based law firm Leite, Tosto & Barro Advocates that he co-founded. His legal practice skills earned him a Who’s Who Legal nomination as a top lawyer in commercial law.
Ricardo is fluent in English and Portuguese. He contributes to a number of publications on law and political matters, and he also enjoys membership in various associations such as the International Bar Association. He also imparts knowledge to others in the profession through academic lectures. Ricardo’s contribution to the legal sector also includes previous roles as head of the judicial reforms and judicial modernization committees of Brazilian Bar Association’s Sao Paulo branch.