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Lefosse expands R&I practice with the arrival of three new partners

Lefosse has announced the arrival of three new partners to expand its Restructuring and Insolvency (R&I) practice: Fábio Rosas, Bernardo Carneiro and José Luis de Rosa (in the picture from left to right).

The professionals join partners Roberto Zarour Filho and Felipe Camara, reinforcing the strategic and contentious R&I advisory services, with a focus on representing clients in restructuring, debt renegotiation, mergers and acquisitions in crisis environments, as well as in out-of-court and judicial recoveries, in synergy with the other practices.

Fábio Rosas has extensive experience in judicial, administrative and arbitration cases, consulting and business mediation, with focus on judicial and out-of-court reorganization of companies, discussions related to corporate law, contracts and business transactions, financing and banking contracts. He represents financial institutions, creditors, lenders and investors in debt restructuring, company reorganization and in mergers and acquisitions and negotiation of assets of companies in reorganization. He holds a law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP).

Bernardo Carneiro has experience representing large financial institutions and investors in restructuring and renegotiation transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and dip lending operations performed in the insolvency and credit recovery environment, in addition to a broad experience in corporate law with emphasis in fixed income and securitization transactions, acquisition finance and structured debt. In addition to his experience as a lawyer, he has also worked as an executive, financial advisor, investor and entrepreneur. He has a law degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ), and an MBA in Corporate Finance from IBMEC Business School, in Rio de Janeiro.

José Luis de Rosa brings more than 15 years of experience in high debt and distressed M&A transactions and contracts, and in restructuring and insolvency disputes, involving financial, corporate, and commercial matters in infrastructure, telecommunications, mining, civil construction, energy, aviation, agribusiness, and a wide range of industries. He holds a law degree from the University of São Paulo (USP), a specialist in Civil Procedural Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP), and a master’s degree in Commercial Law from the University of São Paulo (USP).

With the arrival of the new professionals, Lefosse now has 59 partners and more than 390 professionals in the legal staff, totaling 590 people, including the administrative structure (Business Services).

Lefosse expands R&I practice with the arrival of three new partners

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