CAMES

CAMES is an arbitration center founded 5 years ago. It currently has 319 arbitrators (of these, around 20% are women and among them our partner Thais Marçal), 105 mediators and 15 experts. However, it is already among the 15 arbitration centers that most administer procedures, according to the latest survey by CESA (2018). CAMES’ proposal…

IAPP

The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) is a resource for professionals who want to develop and advance their careers by helping their organizations successfully manage these risks and protect their data. It´s the world’s largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community. The IAPP is a not-for-profit association founded in 2000 with a mission…

IBRADEMP

The Brazilian Institute of Business Law – IBRADEMP is a non-profit organization, present in the great States of Brazil and internationally recognized, dedicated to the promotion of the best practices in the development of business law. IBRADEMP brings together judges, judges, lawyers, legal directors of companies, banks and professors, aiming to stimulate the interface between…

CBar

The Brazilian Arbitration Committee is a non-profit association whose main purpose is the academic study of arbitration and non-judicial methods of dispute settlement. In order to disseminate and promote the arbitration institute, the CBAr holds national and international Congresses and Seminars, as well as publishing the Brazilian Journal of Arbitration, by Editora Kluwer.

ABPI

Acronym of the Brazilian Association of Intellectual Property, ABPI is a non-profit entity dedicated to the study of Intellectual Property, especially industrial property law, copyright, competition law, technology transfer and other related branches. The ABPI promotes conferences, congresses and seminars, publishes publications on the subject of Intellectual Property, and permanently maintains Study Commissions and other…

TMA

The TMA Brazil statute wants to be an example of applying the best principles of corporate governance within the framework of a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP). It aims to ensure the inclusion of all professionals involved in the theme of its corporate purpose who wish to join as members and who, respecting…

LAWorld

LAWorld is a non-exclusive international legal network of 57 independent mid-sized law firms covering most of the major commercial centres around the world, with more than 1350 lawyers across 100 cities. Its central purpose is to provide the clients of its members with instant access to quality legal advice anywhere in the world. Members share…

ABRASCA

ABRASCA – Brazilian Association of Public Companies aims to bring together Brazilian public companies in an organization that, in addition to the experiences of its associates, achieves the improvement of corporate governance policy practices, especially and comprehensively as it relates to the Capital Markets – structural basis of a market economy and more specifically in…