Recognized among the leaders of the national legal market by IFLR1000 in "Project Finance" and "M&A" practice areas. Partner Marina Ferraz Aidar is reconized as a "Leading Lawyer".
Recognized by Chambers Brazil 2021 in the Tax: Litigation, Energy & Natural Resources: Oil & Gas and Shipping rankings.
We are one of the most admired full service offices in the state of Rio de Janeiro.
Partner Marina Ferraz Aidar was recognized in the "Business Contracts" and "Financial Operations" specialties, in the "Chemical and Petrochemical" and "Steel and Mining" economic sectors, in addition to being among the most admired lawyers in the State of São Paulo.
Recognized in 4 practice areas by Chambers Global 2021 and 6 of our partners were recognized for their expertise.
Recognized by Análise Advocacia 500 as one of the most admired Brazilian law firms in 2020.
Recognized by The Legal 500 among the leaders of the Brazilian legal market. 7 practice areas were highlighted in the 2021 publication and partner Joyce Jacobsen was individually mentioned as "Next Generation Partners".
Partners Daniela Ribeiro Davila, Breno Ladeira Kingma and associate Ricardo Mafra are recognized by LACCA Approved 2021.
Vieira Rezende's Tax Law practice area is recognized by the World Tax 2021 guide, produced by the International Tax Review, among the leaders on the Brazilian law market in the "Indirect Tax" and "General Corporate Tax" categories.
Recognized by Who's Who Legal: Thought Leaders Brazil in the 2020 edition. The ranking highlighted partner Camila Borba Lefèvre in the "Data" category and partner Daniela Ribeiro Davila in the "Energy" category.
Recognized by Latin Lawyer 250 2020 as one of Latin America's leading law firms. The publication recognized 8 of our practice areas, in addition to highlight, individually, 12 of our partners.
The modernization of Salvador International Airport was awarded at the “Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards” event, promoted by LatinFinance, on October 4th, in NY. Partner Marina Ferraz Aidar led a group of seven banks in the operation, which became the largest and longest financing ever granted for a project directed at airports in Brazil. It is the second recognition earned by this same project in the country.