Ricardo Tosto on International Partnership Among Lawyers

Brazilian lawyer Ricardo Tosto recently talked about the law 13,254 from 2016 which clears the way for technical exchanges between the lawyers of Brazilla and foreign lawyers. He believes thatt will be a partnership with a strong positive impact.

Lawyer Ricardo Tosto has been in his line fo work for decades. He is one of the founders of the Brazilian law firm called Leite, Tosto, and Barros. Ricardo Tosto points out that the regulation was discussed by the Congress of the country for a long time before it was put thought he explains that repatriation of resources is a complicated matter and partnership is one of the fundamental factors that will benefit Brazil in that aspect.

Ricardo Tosto achieved his degree in Law from the Presbyterian Mackenzie University, and he has also acquired a specialization from the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation in Business Administration. He started practicing law a few decades ago, and several times in his career, Ricardo Tosto was appointed to work at small firms that offered no further development in Law.

Before becoming a co-founder and Partner at the Leite, Tosto, and Barros, Ricardo Tosto was serving at a small firm in a tiny office. He was aware that the scope of his career could broaden significantly if he would take the leap. After that, Ricardo Tosto started establishing his own presence in Law in Brazil and assumed some responsibilities at the newly formed law firm. His efforts paid off, and now the Leite, Tosto, and Barros is one of the leading advocates in Brazil. The Law firm was recognized by the Annotated Analysis Advocacy 500.

Ricardo Tosto holds the lawyers at the firm to a high standard. He trains each one of them before they start serving at the law firm, and he also directly supervises manages many projects and important cases that the company is dealing with. The law firm is a full-service one and is one of the largest of its kind in the country of Brazil. The headquarters are located in the city of Sao Paulo with additional branches in Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.

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