People want to do business or have other legal matters in Brazil, but may be unfamiliar with the laws, and where to begin. Seeking a professional like Ricardo Tosto, that is experienced and that can navigate through the waters to make things easier for an individual looking for help. It can be difficult to know what services is needed, how to find a lawyer, and billing information for particular services. Trying to find a location, does a firm offer free advice or bill right away, and what laws must one know before starting a business or investing in Brazil, are even more questions facing a potential client. If you need a good litigation lawyer, things can be even more confusing as laws in Brazil are different than laws in the United States, for example.
Ricardo Tosto is one of the biggest names in Brazilian law, as he has gained national recognition for some of the people and businesses that he has represented. Ricardo Tosto got his start by getting a law degree from the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackensie, and has an extension in business administration from Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado. Ricardo Tosto has legally supported politicians from all backgrounds, multinational and Brazilian groups, for government organizations and even worked pro bono for organizations that were not governmental.
Ricardo Tosto is the main partner in the office of Leite, Tosto and Barros Advogados. He has offices in Brasilia, Sao Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro, and specializes in public law, oil and electricity, regulatory agencies, telecommunications, administrative law, acquisitions, mergers, and spin-offs, capital markets, environmental law, tax law, corporate law, copyright, property, intellectual and computer law, dusoes, labor law, economic and competitive law, banking law, civil law, law electoral and partisan, international law, corporate criminal law, and more. Ricardo Tosto’s firm also does conflict resolution which includes arbitration, administrative, and judicial litigation.