Andrea Giamondo Massei

Partner

+ 55 11 3150-7779

Massei is specialist in Labor Law, with focus on the provision of consultancy to national and multinational companies and extensive participation in complex litigations, mainly concerning executives, sophisticated compensation structures and strategic matters. A large part of Massei’s practice involves the provision of legal assistance on a range of labor issues, including, among others, structuring, reviewing and implementing remuneration and benefits policies; executives’ contracting, dismissal and termination agreements; expatriation (inbound and outbound); and standardization of internal policies in cases of corporate transactions. Massei has previous experience in the provision of assistance to clients of several areas of knowledge, such as banking, retail, services, pharmaceutical, chemical, metallurgy, automotive, and technology.

Associations

Brazilian Bar Association (OAB)
International Bar Association (IBA)
São Paulo Lawyers Association (AASP)

Recent acknowledgments

Recommended by The Legal 500, 2021 edition, in Labour and Employment as Leading Individuals.

Recognized by Latin Lawyer National, 2020 edition, in Labour.

Ranked by Chambers Latin America, edition 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, in Labour & Employment.
Ranked by Lacca Approved, edition 2019, in Labour & Employment.
Ranked by The Legal 500, edition 2017, in Labour & Employment.
Ranked by Latin Lawyer, edition 2018, in Labour & Employment.
Recognized by Who’s Who Legal, 2018 edition, in Labour & Employment.
Ranked among the most admired lawyers by Análise Advocacia 500 2017, in the Labor area.

 

Reconhecida pelo Lacca Approved, edição 2019, na área Trabalhista.

Education

Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brazil (Bachelor of Laws, 1993).
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brazil (Post-graduation in Civil Procedure Law, 1995).
GVLaw, Brazil (specialization degree in Corporate Labor Law and Union Negotiation). GVLaw, Brazil (post-graduation degree in Business Administration, 2009).

Recent publications

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