Bruno Fagali is a prominent lawyer and founder of Fagali Advocacy law firm in Brazil. He mainly deals with cases in the fields of anti-corruption and public law. Under these, he gets to handle matters of urban law, administrative actions, regulatory law and administrative contracts.
Bruno is a holder of Masters Degree in State law, administrative law and anti-corruption law. He also holds a degree in law from Pontifical University, Sao Paulo. According to the regulation guiding lawyers in Brazil, for one to qualify as a lawyer, a degree in law from a recognized institution is a necessity.
Bruno’s first status in legal practice was that of an intern at Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. This is a law firm based in Sao Paulo. His first assignment was to deal with procedural law cases. These procedural cases involved cases of domestic violence and family disputes. In the search for more experience in various legal fields, Bruno Fagali moved to another law firm known as Manesco, Ramirez, Perez, Azevedo Marques. He did not stop there he still moved to yet another firm known as Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Associate Lawyers. His experience at these two firms strengthened his knowledge of the public advisory law, administrative contracts and bidding regulatory law.
In 2012, Bruno Fagali joined Radi, Calil e Associados Law Firm as an employee. Here he got a chance to delve deeper into matters of administrative appeals and contracts and public civil action.
Bruno Fagali also has another responsibility. He is the Corporate Integrity Manager at New/Sb. This is big advertising agency in Brazil. He is tasked with work of developing an integrity program that is in agreement with the anti-corruption law. It is his role to oversee compliance with the regulations in areas where New/sb has operations.
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