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Fabricio A. Cardim de Almeida

Fabricio has been working for over 10 years counseling Brazilian and foreign companies in relation to a wide range of antitrust and competition law issues, such as: collaborative, horizontal and vertical arrangements, compliance programs, high-profile international and local cartel investigations, unilateral conduct cases and numerous merger control filings (domestic and cross-border M&A deals) with the Brazilian antitrust authorities in different sectors and industries.

Fabricio was an international consultant at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Office of International Affairs, in Washington, DC.

He is co-author of the following books: Judicial review of the decisions ruled by CADE (São Paulo: Forum, 2011), Comments to the New Brazilian Competition Act (São Paulo: Método, 2012), and Overview of Competition Law in Brazil (São Paulo: Singular, 2015).


Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B.) from Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – 2005. Masters in Laws Degree (LL.M.) in Public Law from Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – 2009. Masters in Laws Degree (LL.M.) from Columbia Law School (New York, NY) – 2014. Member of the Brazilian Bar Association, the American Bar Association and IBRAC – Instituto Brasileiro de Estudos de Concorrência, Consumo e Comércio Internacional. Non-governmental advisor of the International Competition Network (ICN).


Fabricio is listed as a standout practitioner in Competition in Who’s Who Legal Brazil 2016.

The Legal 500 also recommends Fabricio in Competition and Antitrust (The Legal 500 Latin America 2017).

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