DLA Piper Welcomes Amadeu Ribeiro as a Partner in the Cross-Border Antitrust and Competition Practice

DLA Piper is pleased to welcome Amadeu Ribeiro as a partner in the firm’s cross-border Antitrust and Competition practice, expanding the firm’s already strong presence in New York and Latin America.

Ribeiro advises international clients on complex antitrust matters, including merger review cases, cartel and market dominance investigations and competition related matters in general. He counsels clients across a wide breadth of sectors, including aviation, automotive, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, natural resources and technology.

“DLA Piper is committed to providing the highest quality client support throughout the Americas, offering counsel to domestic and multinational companies with interests and operations throughout the region,” said Richard Chesley, managing partner of the Americas and co-US managing partner. “Amadeu is recognized as a leader in the antitrust space and expands the capabilities of an already robust cross-border team.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Amadeu as an integral part of our global practice of lawyers focused primarily on Latin America,” said Francisco Cerezo, chair of the US-Latin America practice.

DLA Piper in Latin America’s team offers full-service business legal counsel to US and global companies with interests in and operations throughout the region. With over 450 lawyers practicing throughout Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Puerto Rico, in addition to our US-based cross-border attorneys, our team works with clients throughout every country in Latin America and help connect Latin America to the world.

The Latin America Practice is led in the US from Miami, with our US based team of multicultural and diverse cross-border practitioners regularly acting as lead counsel on a wide range of matters across sectors in the US and Latin America. These range from complex TAX, IP, capital markets, finance, M&A and public private partnerships to regulatory, compliance, disputes, market entry and establishment issues. The United States, specifically New York and Florida, has deep economic and cultural ties to Latin America. For more information, visit Latin America | DLA Piper.

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