São Paulo
Brazil

Lacaz Martins, Pereira Neto, Gurevich & Schoueri Advogados

Contacts

Primary Contact Ricardo Lacaz Martins email phone +55 11 3897 0079
Secondary Contact Sérgio Marcon email phone +55 11 3897 0128
Secondary Contact Cristiano Faria email phone +55 11 3897 0178

Firm Overview

Founded in 1992 by Ricardo Lacaz Martins and now called LACAZ MARTINS, PEREIRA NETO, GUREVICH & SCHOUERI ADVOGADOS, the firm is known for being innovative and creative in seeking to increment the services it provides to its clients and has thus conquered an important position in the Brazilian legal market. The firm now represents the interests of Brazilian and foreign, large and medium-sized companies in the different segments of the Brazilian economy.

Constant concern with the quality of the services and a strong commitment with the results generated by the business conducted by our clients are part of the firm’s philosophy, which, together with the ongoing improvement of our professionals, helps us pursue excellence in the legal services we provide.

Located in one of the best areas of the city of Sao Paulo, the economic and financial center of Brazil, near to the courts and business centers, LACAZ MARTINS, PEREIRA NETO, GUREVICH & SCHOUERI ADVOGADOS is prepared to meet the current requirements of its clients with its complete internal communication and computer network, its offices in Brasilia and Curitiba and its correspondents in the major cities of Brazil.

The growing needs of the firm’s Mercosur clients resulted in the establishment of a large network of associate law firms in Argentina and Uruguay, in addition to other South American countries, such as Venezuela and Chile.

As part of its social responsibility, LACAZ MARTINS, PEREIRA NETO, GUREVICH & SCHOUERI ADVOGADOS is engaged in Brazilian social issues and has been doing a lot of work for the third sector as part of its social responsibility as a firm. The institutions supported by the firm include the German Oswaldo Cruz Hospital, the Porto Seguro Foundation, the Apprentice Project, the Carpe Diem, Drugs, Awareness and Support Association – DCA, and the Belgium-Luxembourg Beneficent Association.