In this chapter, we highlight the top six mediators that the Brazilian market has to offer. They have proven their expertise with a range of disputes across a variety of sectors.
Most Highly Regarded
Diego Faleck of Faleck & Associados has an “impressive work ethic, efficient organisation and effective delivery”. One source effuses that “even during the current covid-19 crisis, settlement discussions have continued through remote access, and Diego has combined sophisticated techniques with strong empathy”.
Independent mediator Dulce Maria Martins do Nascimento is commended for her strong experience with civil, environmental, labour and business mediations.
Ana Luiza Isoldi at Defamília Consultoria is a highly respected mediator in the Brazilian market, well versed in corporate and contractual disputes.
Andrea Maia with FindResolution is a standout name in the Brazilian mediation market with over 20 years of experience with capital markets, contractual and governance disputes.
Pinheiro Neto Advogados’ Júlio César Bueno is singled out by respondents as a go-to name in Brazil for mediation and arbitration proceedings pertaining to construction and infrastructure disputes.
Daniela Monteiro Gabbay at Mange & Gabbay is a well-respected name among fellow mediators and an experienced hand in international alternative dispute resolution techniques.