Gabriel Nogueira Dias
Sâo Paulo office
+55 11 3829-4411
Name and managing partner. He is responsible for every Economic Law case,
with emphasis on Antitrust Law
Antitrust Law, International Trade, Administrative and Regulatory Law,
Civil Litigation, Commercial Law and Arbitration
• Expert in Antitrust and Regulatory Law. He is distinguished for his academic expertise and intense professional engagement in highly complex cases.
• LL.M and LL.D from the Law School of Bonn – Germany.
• Law Graduate from the law School of University of São Paulo (FAD/USP).
• He acted as adviser to the President of the Administrative Counsel of Economic Defense (CADE) and, while occupying such position, was directly responsible for the development of new Resolutions and Opinions.
• Member and former Director of IBRAC. Visiting Professor in several renowned schools. He is also a speaker at corporate events and the author of several articles as well as an awarded book published by the distinguished German publisher Mohr Siebeck.
Portuguese, English, German, Italian and Spanish
“Gabriel Nogueira Dias is the current managing partner for Magalhães e Dias – Advocacia and responsible for the whole antitrust practice in the firm. He became equity partner of the firm 10 years ago and has been working with antitrust in the firm since 1996.”
“Mr. Dias represents major corporations in complex administrative and judicial proceedings in the economic law field. He is known by his clients for his strong legal foundation, accurate strategic approach, and fast and pragmatic solutions designed for extremely intricate situations. Some of his clients call him the antitrust memory of the legal departments of their companies, since their long-lasting relationship provides him with the full knowledge of the company’s legal background.”
“He was the first lawyer to advise, draft and sign a cease and desist agreement in horizontal conduct investigations, when the regulation for such agreements was enacted in Brazil, for cement leader Lafarge, in a case that later broke the record for fines applied by the Brazilian authorities.”
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