- Bachelor of Laws from Universidade de São Paulo, in 2014
- LL.M in in Business Law from the Law School of the Universidade de São Paulo
Portuguese and English
Admission to organs and associations
Member of the Brazilian Bar Association since 2015
Member of IBRAC – Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumption and International Trade Studies
News and others publications
26 February 2016
Brazil simplifies formalities to the use of foreign documents
The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents will enter into force as of August 14, 2016Read more
01 August 2019
Getting the Deal Through: Telecoms and Media 2019
Getting the Deal Through publishes the 2019 edition of its international guide on Telecoms and Media, which analyzes the regulation of more thant 30 Countries and summarises the main issues related to T&M regulation and policy in a global context. The chapter about Brazil was written by Mauricio Vedovato and Daniela Maria Rosa Nascimento, partners of Huck Otranto Camargo Advogados.Read more
31 July 2018
Getting the Deal Through: Telecoms & Media 2018 – Brazil
Getting the Deal Through publishes the 2018 edition of its international guide on Telecoms and Media, which analyzes the regulation of more thant 30 Countries and ‘summarises the main issues related to T&M regulation and policy in a global context’. The chapter about Brazil was written by Mauricio Vedovato, Juliana Krueger Pela, and Daniela Maria Rosa Nascimento, partners of Lilla, Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados.Read more
13 September 2016
Latin Lawyer – Telecoms & Media 2016 Guide
The Latin Lawyer daily newsletter published today the Brazilian chapter of its Reference Telecoms & Media 2016 Guide. The guide is co-authored by Mauricio Vedovato, Juliana Krueger Pela, Tiago Molina Ferreira and Daniela Maria Rosa Nascimento from Lilla, Huck, Otranto, Camargo Advogados.Read more
Huck Otranto Camargo works in the main areas of law, with emphasis on litigation and arbitration, corporate, contractual, tax, real estate, labor, entertainment, media, technology, internet and sports, intellectual property, family and inheritance, bankruptcy and administrative law.
Under its own management model, the law firm has an original career plan in tune with the entrepreneurial spirit of its members since the moment they join the firm.
Trainees are treated as potential members. Their training aims to progressively engage them in all stages of a case, from research to defining and performing the most appropriate strategy. The organization of teams and sectors allows trainees to have contact with lawyers from other areas, enabling them to identify their area of interest. The aim is to provide everyone with the chance for intensive learning to complement their university studies and prepare them professionally for new challenges and responsibilities.