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Abe Giovanini Unveils New Dispute Resolution Partner
In January 2021, Abe Giovanini Advogados announced Rafael Pezeta as its new partner.
In late January, well-known São Paulo-based law firm Abe Giovanini Advogados announced the arrival of Rafael Pezeta as its new partner, in a move that strengthens its Civil and Commercial Litigation and Arbitration practices.
Mr. Pezeta has over 20 years of experience in the legal market, having previously worked for established firm Falleti & Penteado Advogados, where he accumulated a wealth of experience in the prevention and resolution of strategic disputes related to civil and commercial matters, as well as a vast knowledge in real estate and succession law.
Academically, he holds a Bachelor of Laws and a postgraduate degree in Civil Procedural Law from Pontifícia Unversidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP) and an MBA from Insper.
“We couldn't have a better start to 2021. This move will strengthen our excellence in the provision of legal services and reaffirms the firm's growth plan of recent years”, announced the firm via an official statement.
For further information, please visit: abegiovanini.com.br
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