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Arbitration Centers - Brazil - 2019 Rankings

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Câmara de Mediação e Arbitragem Empresarial (CAMARB): High Quality Arbitration & Mediation Services
Firm

CAMARB - Câmara de Mediação e Arbitragem Empresarial - Brasil

Team

Augusto Tolentino, Christian Lopes, Gilberto Vaz and Felipe Moraes

Since

1998

Track record : As one of Brazil’s longest-standing arbitration chambers, CAMARB is recognized throughout the market for its extensive experience managing high-profile arbitral and mediation proceedings. This Minas-based powerhouse boasts hundreds of market-leading arbitrators and mediators such as Humberto Theodoro Junior, Giovanni Nanni and Adriana Braghetta from which to form panels.
Differentiation : Founded in 1998, CAMARB has offices in Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Seasoned arbitration expert, Augusto Tolentino, presides over the current board of directors. The chamber is associated with key institutions such as the Federation of Industries of the State of Minas Gerais (FIEMG) and Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC).
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Conselho Arbitral do Estado de São Paulo (CAESP): An Established Arbitration Chamber
Firm

CAESP – Conselho Arbitral do Estado de São Paulo

Team

Cássio Telles Ferreira Netto, Ana Claudia Pastore, Sylvia Regina Sabino

Since

1998

Track record : Compact arbitration center with over 20 years in the market and an exemplary track record managing mid-sized arbitration proceedings. As a private, independent and non-profit entity, CAESP’s board members include such distinguished names as Carlos Alberto Carmona, Arnoldo Wald and Selma Maria Ferreira Lemes. Singled outs for its in-depth knowledge of franchise arbitration mandates.
Differentiation : With headquarters in São Paulo and a branch in Rio de Janeiro, CAESP was set up in 1998 by incumbent President Cássio Telles Ferreira Netto and Vice-President Ana Claudia Pastore as an alternative to traditional dispute resolution methods. The centre presently handles approximately 60 new cases per year.
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Here is our 2019 ranking of the best Brazilian Arbitration Centers. This ranking was created after a year-long investigation. Our team took into consideration data from multiple sources, such as peer and client recommendation, growth, and importance of different cases. This ranking intends to be a decision-making tool for leaders and is available online in five languages.

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