Bruno Fagali – Compliance Law Expert in Brazil

When it comes to compliance and administrative law in Brazil, Bruno Fagali is considered a to-go lawyer in Brazil. He has the experience of working for some of the most reputed firms, including the reputed Manesco, Ramirez, Azevedo, and Marques Law Firm and Radi, Calil, and Associados Advocacia.

He holds a degree in law from the reputed Pontifical Catholic University. After working for several years with some of the leading law firms in the country and gaining experience from working with their senior lawyers, Bruno Fagali established a legal counsel firm named Fagali Advocacy.

Fagali Advocacy started with a small set up in a small one room office but soon went on to become one of the top law firms in the country. Today, Fagali Advocacy is considered an expert when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, compliance law, administrative law, risk management, advising compensation committee, and more. The legal counsel provided by Fagali Advocacy has helped many large-scale corporations and public figures in Brazil avoid any legal hassles in their business operations and stay compliant with the federal regulations. Bruno Fagali has also done a specialized course on compliance and administrative law from the Getulio Vargas Foundation, which is considered as a leading law institute in the country.

Presently, Bruno Fagali is designated as the “Business Integrity Officer” at one of the top marketing agencies in Brazil named Novo/SB. Bruno Fagali advises the marketing company to work according to the country’s legislation and stay compliant. Bruno Fagali and his team of legal experts at Fagali Advocacy are highly professionals and understand the needs of the clients thoroughly, which helps them provide expert advice on various legal issues. Bruno Fagali is a highly experienced attorney and it is his experience and expertise that has helped him achieves great success over the years.

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