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DENIS BORGES BARBOSA (in memoriam)
INGRID MELANIA RASMUSEN AMAYA
PEDRO MARCOS NUNES BARBOSA
ELAINE RIBEIRO DO PRADO

DOUGLAS VIEIRA PINTO
RAUL ALBERTO RASMUSEN AMAYA
GRAZIELA FERREIRA SOARES
FABIO RODRIGUES GUIMARÃES DA SILVA
RAUL MURAD RIBEIRO DE CASTRO
BERNARDO GUITTON BRAUER
LÍVIA BARBOZA MAIA
FERNANDA FERNANDES DA SILVA




Felipe Barreto Veiga
OAB/SP 333.630
 
 


Education:


Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (LL.B, 2012).

Coursing Master in Law at the Universidade de São Paulo, since 2016.


Teaching:


Felipe was teacher assistant at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.


Languages:


Portuguese, English and Spanish.


Practice Area:


Contracts, Intellectual Property and Technology Investments.


Member


Member of the Data Protection Committee da International Trademark Association - INTA.

Member of the of the Legal Committee of the Italian- Brazilian Chamber of Commerce , Industry and Agriculture - ITALCAM

Member of the Business Leaders Group – LIDE Futuro.

Publication:


New Toy Records Your Children's Private Moments -- Buyer Beware”, published in Forbes Magazine.

“Legal Aspectos of Franchise Agreements in Brazil”, published in co-authorship with Fabio Kujawski and others in “Brazilian Legal Trends in Technology and Intellectual Property”, organization by Fabio Kujawski, August, 2014).

“Panorama Giuridico degli Investimenti in Brasile” (publicado em co-autoria com Vicente Bagnoli, Ada Pellegrini Grinover e outros organizada por Newton De Lucca e Paula Forgioni com apoio do Governo Italiano, Outubro de 2015).

“Proteger ativos intangíveis ao exportar assegura competitividade internacional”, published in Consultor Jurídico (www.conjur.com.br).

“Franchise agreements in Brazil”, published in LWYR Magazine (Chile), November, 2014.

“Consumidor deve ser avisado se história contada em propaganda for fictícia”, published in Consultor Jurídico (www.conjur.com.br).

“Atualidades em Tecnologia e Propriedade Intelectual no Direito Brasileiro”, published in Ed. Livros de Safra.





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