Three new tax partners at Mattos Filho
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Three new tax partners at Mattos Filho

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Brazilian firm Mattos Filho has promoted Gabriela Silva de Lemos, Marcel Alcades Theodoro and Paulo Camargo Tedesco to its partnership.

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Marcel Alcades Theodoro

Lemos and Tedesco specialise in litigation, a practice area that has seen growth in Brazil in the past few years. Their promotions are partly intended to address this growth, which Mattos Filho expects to continue.

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Paulo Camargo Tedesco

Theodoro, meanwhile, focuses much of his practice on indirect tax. José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz, who has been the firm’s managing partner since April 2015, said that companies are increasingly seeking advice in this area as they look to benefit from more favourable indirect tax regimes in different parts of Brazil.

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Gabriela Silva de Lemos

The trio join three new non-tax partners in taking the firm’s total partnership to 69.

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