Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho Knows The Right Loopholes In Brazil’s Business And Banking Laws

If you’re seeing to expand your business into Brazil or build partnerships in that country, you’d better make sure you have the right local lawyers on your side. Brazil has quite a bit different corporate laws than the US that regulate taxes on business sizes, regulate partnerships, determine what financial records have to be released and a lot of other red tape particularly in light of the impeachment of former President Dilma Roussef. According to the American Bar Association, Brazil is picky about who can practice law there and how foreign lawyers including those who know its laws may not be able to represent you down there. But local lawyers like Richard Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho may be able to make sure you don’t get entangled in legal messes.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho has well over 30 years practicing corporate law in Brazil and he’s represented thousands of business clients both domestic and foreign. His work has earned the recognition of several legal publications including Who’s Who and Legal 500. He’s also a member of both the Brazilian Bar and the International Bar Association. If your company ever has to be restructured, file for bankruptcy or undertake any complex litigation, Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho can guide you through the proper channels to do so.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho got his education from the Mackenzie Presbyterian University in Sao Paulo, and later finished law school at the Almando Alvarez Penteado Foundation. He was a human resources legal advisor for several years for the Group Rede and its philanthropic wing. He started off his private practice in a small office in Sao Paulo before teaming up with his current partners to form Leite, Tosto and Barros law firm. Aside from litigating for Brazilian businesses, Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho also lectures at law schools around the world and is also the author of a famous book on Brazilian government known as “O Processo de Tiradentes.”

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