Mannrich e Vasconcelos Advogados

Brazil

Address:
Avenida Paulista, 1776
23º andar – Bela Vista - SP
São Paulo 01310-200
Brazil

+55 11 3737 7777





Key contacts:

Tax Partner: Breno Ferreira Martins Vasconcelos
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Tax Partner: Thais Romero Veiga Shingai
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Tax Partner: Nina Pencak
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Quick facts:

Number of advisers: 33
Languages: Portuguese, English, Italian, Spanish, French


Mannrich e Vasconcelos' highly specialized partners, associates and consultants apply their legal skills to add value to and improve clients' businesses, in order to make the practice of law an instrument for sustainable economic development.

Our team assists clients in an efficient and customized manner, in search for strictly technical, safe and innovative solutions.

The tax team:

  • represents clients in administrative and judicial proceedings with a creative approach, considering case law and the cost-benefit ratio to the client,
  • provides legal assistance in litigation and consulting regarding Social Security Law, as structuring and review of compensation plans and benefits,
  • advises clients in tax planning and application for special tax regimes and tax benefits, (iv) takes part in leading cases in higher courts,
  • reviews tax procedures and ancillary obligations to identify unused credits,
  • drafts inquiries to tax authorities in specific cases of uncertainty as to the interpretation of a given tax rule and
  • renders legal assistance in obtaining certificates of good standing and answering tax audits in an efficient and timely manner.

  • Compliance management
  • Corporate tax matters
  • Dispute resolution
  • Tax advisory
  • Indirect tax

In addition to the expansion of our tax advisory activities, the latest year was marked by the growing demand from our clients regarding leading cases before the higher courts, which lead to a greater specialization of our practice in such demands.

Amongst others, we highlight our participation representing several “amici curiae” admitted to assist the Supreme Court on a wide range of relevant tax matters, such as: the levy of social security contributions on the maternity leave; the abrogation of the casting vote in the Administrative Court of Tax Appeals; and the unconstitutionality of tax fines.

  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Construction and materials
  • Consumer goods and services
  • Food and beverage
  • Government and public policy
  • Healthcare
  • Industrials
  • Insurance
  • Mining
  • Real estate
  • Transport

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