Leopoldo Pagotto is in charge of the antitrust, anti-corruption and compliance practices. He advises companies in several industries, such as banking, telecommunications, IT, mining, shipbuilding, car parts, infrastructure, and pharmaceutical.
Besides being an approved Anti-Corruption & Compliance private practitioner by the Latin American Corporate Counsel Association (LACCA), Leopoldo has been recognized by Chambers and Partners as a foreign expert in competition law and M&A for Japanese clients. He was also considered to be one of the ‘40 under 40’ by the Global Investigations Review in the category internal investigations.
Currently, he is the Vice-Chair of the Anti-Corruption Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA). Leopoldo was reporter for the Chamber No. 20 and the Chamber No. 1 of the Ethics Tribunal of the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo Chapter.
Ph.D, in Financial-Economic Law, Universidade de São Paulo (2010).
LL.M, in Financial-Economic Law, Universidade de São Paulo (2005)
MsC in Regulation, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) (2005).
Specialisation, in Capital Markets Law, Universidade de São Paulo (2000),
LL.B, Universidade de São Paulo (1999).