Priscila Brolio Gonçalves has worked as a competition practitioner for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience in the representation of national and foreign clients, in a broad range of sectors, including technology, internet, entertainment and media, financial services and payment methods, footwear and clothing, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, education, healthcare, telecommunications, energy, outsourcing and security, infrastructure and automotive.
Work highlights include strategic defence in administrative and judicial investigations (cartel behaviour in national and international markets, bid rigging, unilateral conducts), negotiation of leniency agreements and settlements, submission of complex merger cases, challenge to complex merger cases, coordination of internal investigations (fraud and bribery), design and implementation of compliance programmes for small, medium-sized and large corporate clients, including listed companies.
She is a non-governmental adviser (NGA) for the International Competition Network (ICN) and actively participates in ICN’s unilateral conduct working group.
She is a currently a director of the Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumer Affairs and International Trade, editor of the Institute’s magazine and a member of the American Bar Association antitrust section.
In addition to her professional and institutional duties, she is a regular lecturer, speaker and teacher on courses and seminars, and also sits on several examining boards. She has authored several articles, chapters and specialist magazines, as well as two books.