Bruno Fagali, the Top Brazilian lawyer

Bruno Fagali is one of the most celebrated lawyers in Brazil for his accomplishments in law. He has established his law firm Fagali consultancy that represents high ranking individuals and organisations in the country. Bruno graduated from Pontifical Catholic University in 2009 and went on to study for master’s degree which he received from the University of Sao Paulo in 2017. He has specialized in administrative law and completed various training modules in law at Pontifical Catholic University. He is a multi-lingual and can speak and write in four languages which are Portuguese English Spanish and French.

Bruno practices law in Sao Paulo Brazil, besides working independently for his firm he serves as the corporate integrity manager in Nova/SB. He is known for his expertise in anti-corruption law, ethics, regulatory law, compliance issues and advertising law. He also focuses on parliamentary and electoral law, urban law, constitutional and administrative laws among others.

Bruno Fagali has extensive experience in law, with over a decade in practice he has worked with several law firms which include the Radi, Calil and Associates Law Firm. Working in different law disciplines has given him the ability to represent many clients because of his experience in various disciplines. Apart from representing clients in court, he also writes a blog on legal issues. Recently, he published a blog on alcohol advertisements following the court ruling that alcohol advertisements should be subject to guideline such as a statutory warning that it could cause health issues.

The Central Bank of Brazil has introduced compliance regulations which are meant to stop a series of problems experienced in the banking sector. Bruno has commended the need to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of all directors and executives within financial institutions. He noted that there is need to address conflict of interests since they have had a negative impact on the finance sector. Bruno Fagali says that if roles of financial executives are clearly defined the banking industry will avoid many of the issues it has.

Bruno Fagali has managed to build a good reputation for himself and manages to represent numerous clients including top politicians both in court and outside the court. He is keen on current legal changes in the world, and his company discusses and answers questions regarding the changes. His outstanding record has allowed him to remain a sort out lawyer in Brazil.