Ramires is one of the founding partners of the firm in 1991. He graduated in Law at the University of São Paulo (USP), in 1982. Master in Economic Regulation at the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP), in 2004. He practices corporate and regulatory law in infrastructure and innovative markets in Brazil, so as telecommunications, information technology, innovative technology development contracts, defense contracts and urban infrastructure contracts.
Ramires has assisted federal regulatory agencies (Anatel 1997/2001; ANTT 2011/2012; Aneel 2000/2008; Anac 2017; ANA 2020) in the development of regulatory matters. He worked as expert selected by multilateral agencies as IFC (2011-1013 Bahia Government); Unops (2013 Cefan-RJ) (2017 Anac/ANP/EBP) (2020 ME/ANA) and Bird (2016-2019 Seplan RGS) (2011-2013 Bndes/BID).
He also worked with local governments and agencies in several Brazilian states providing legal counseling, mostly on PPPs for public services as healthcare, water, sewage & solid waste, urban mobility, ICT services, etc.
Ramires practices the representation of companies interests before all the federal agencies in Brazil dealing with the specific market regulation.
He also has experience providing legal counseling on innovative business contracts or providing legal support on public services and public infrastructure contracts.
Ramires is member of São Paulo Lawyers Association and Brazilian Bar Association (SP Section) and was judge in Ethic Court in São Paulo. He was also president of Abdtic, a national association of lawyers dealing with ICT business.
Ramires speaks Portuguese, English and Spanish.