Campos Mello Advogados (CMA), which operates in cooperation with DLA Piper, is expanding its team and further consolidating its full-service approach with the arrival of six new partners today across its Antitrust, M&A, Tax, Litigation and Labor practices.
Luciana Martorano (pictured top left) joins CMA’s Antitrust practice team after serving as of counsel (in partnership) to the firm for the last three years. Over the last 15 years, Luciana has had over 100 M&A transactions approved by CADE (the Brazilian Antitrust Authority).
In addition to mergers, Martorano also assists clients in in all fields of antitrust law, having participated in major cartel cases judged by CADE. In the consulting services arena, Luciana also works on developing, implementing and providing training for corporate compliance programs, helping companies prevent or mitigate financial loss and avoid antitrust exposure.
Miriam Machado (pictured top center left) joins CMA’s M&A practice, adding her experience in M&A, reorganizations, private equity transactions, debt restructuring and regulatory matters to an expanding practice area for CMA.
Ana Cristina Valentim (pictured top right) joins CMA’s Litigation practice, working in the labor field, advising on litigation prevention and contingency reduction, as well as litigation on all instances.
Flavia Ganzella (pictured bottom left) joins CMA’s Tax practice, bringing her vast experience in tax litigation and having done administrative and judicial work in all spheres and on all levels of jurisdiction.
Mirella Kaufman (pictured bottom center) joins CMA’s Corporate practice with her experience in M&A, corporate law and contracts for domestic and foreign companies, especially in commercial contract negotiations, and joint venture, venture capital and private equity transactions.
To complete the team, Leonardo Ribas (pictured bottom right) brings his knowledge in civil litigation and arbitration to CMA’s Litigation practice. His experience advising domestic and international clients on both judicial and administrative litigation in the energy, construction and healthcare sectors will strengthen CMA’s already renowned litigation team.