Leaders League analysis
The Firm Ernesto Borges Advogados has a natural calling for Agribusiness since the law firm was originally set up in the State of Mato Grosso, a major large-scale meat and grain production center.
Throughout over 70 years of continuous operations, starting in the Midwestern region of the country, the firm Ernesto Borges has followed the evolution and professionalization of legal relations as a result of the prosperous activity involving Brazilian agribusiness, a segment accounting for the required balance of the domestic trade balance. Accordingly, the firm has gained relevant technical expertise on the most varied related topics, which is one of the differentials of our team of barristers.
Upon absorption of cutting-edge technologies and next-generation management methods, agribusiness brings authentic economic and social revolution, through the constant increase in production and productivity, and, above all, through expansion of human horizons and social demands.
In such a context, legal disputes and counsel claims gain increasing scale and complexity within our firm, requiring our professionals to perform in a multidisciplinary manner, especially in the areas of civil, environmental, corporate, tax, commercial and financial counsel.
Our expertise is required in order to meet the most varied demands of our clients, represented by the entire Agribusiness chain, large rural producers, the fertilizer, input, food, pesticide, implement and machinery industries, financial institutions, trading companies and so representative union entities.
The firm operates as an effective partner of Agribusiness, having in-depth knowledge of its operational and legal specificities, always reaffirming its commitment towards contributing, increasingly, to ensure legal security for business.
The firm stands out in the following themes:
- Legal counsel on issues related to rural credit securities and alternative funding sources;
- Debt Restructuring and Insolvency;
- Collection of credits arising from agribusiness activities;
- Dispute over rural property or land ownership;
- Lease of the rural area;
- Analysis, review, and modeling of Agro-industrial, logistics, storage, and agricultural commodities agreements;
- Negotiation and Intermediation;
- Expert Reports related to Agribusiness Law;
- Tax Advice;
- Environmental Support.