Fernando Lima Bosi


+ 55 11 3150-7751

Bosi is specialist in employment law and in labor law, with solid practice in public civil actions, class actions, and negotiations with unions. He has extensive experience in the development of high complexity individual and class defense arguments, in addition to providing consultancies and issuing opinions. Bosi engages further activities in labor due diligences in M&A processes of national and international companies.
He provides legal assistance in the development of new defense arguments, acting before regional courts and before the Superior Labor Court in high complexity cases, as well as in preparing and implementing compensation plans, stock options, hiring expatriate employees, and in the assignment of employees abroad.
Bosi has previous experience in the areas of knowledge of food and beverage, automotive, banking, civil construction, specialized advisory, information technology, pharmaceutical, cellulose, and retail.


Brazilian Bar Association


University of California – Berkeley (EUA) – LL.M. – Masters of Laws, 2017.
University of California – Berkeley (EUA) – Graduate Course in Business Law, 2017.
Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – Masters of Labor Law, 2015.
Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – Graduate Course in Labor Law, 2013.
Pontifícia Universidade Católica of São Paulo (PUC-SP) – Graduate Course in Labor Law, 2011.
Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Campinas (PUC-Campinas) – Bachelor of Laws, 2008.

Recent publications

Since the enactment of Law No. 9,732/98, the rule of automatic cancellation of special retirement...[+]
Executive Order No. 936 (MP 926/20), published on April 1, instituted the Emergency Program...[+]
Executive Order 936/20 (MP 936/20), published on April 1, aims to mitigate the damage caused...[+]
The federal government published, in an extra edition of the Official Gazette on April 1, Executive...[+]
Published with the objective of mitigating the economic losses resulting from the covid-19...[+]
Within the package of measures promulgated by the federal government on March 22 (Executive...[+]
Executive Order No. 927/20 (MP 927), which sets forth labor measures to address the state of...[+]