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João Pedro has a law degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP, and he represents clients in various matters related to antitrust/competition issues, competition compliance, and international trade. He is experienced in concentration act cases and administrative proceedings, involving transportation, auto parts, digital markets, ports, logistics, steel, infrastructure, and insurance, as well as cartels in public bidding and international cartels. In the compliance area, he has been involved in training company employees and frequently attending class association meetings and other forums, in order to assist in the development of good practices from the antitrust point of view. He is experienced in representing clients in trade defense cases and public interest assessments before public authorities in foreign trade. João Pedro has also participated in meetings and lectures at Ibrac, such as Self Preferencings, Competitive Assessment of Port sectors, and Civil Aviation.

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  • The Provisional Measure providing punishment of WTO members while its appellate body is inoperative has been published (
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  • João Pedro is an assistant to Professor Dr. Fernando de Oliveira Marques, former Councilor of CADE, in the subjects of Competition Law and Economics at PUC-SP. Recently, he was part of the PUC-SP delegation at the WIA-Cade Competition of Competition Law 2022. He is advanced in international negotiations from the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo, along with being recognized as the best debating delegate of the simulated committee of FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – while in the FAAP Student Discussion Forum held in 2017. He was secretary-general of SISa 2017 – Student Simulation at Santa Maria College, and he had experience leading and organizing events, involving academic studies on diplomacy, international trade, public speaking, and debate.

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