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Frederico Nogueira Feres

Frederico Nogueira Feres A man with short brown hair is wearing a white checkered shirt and a black blazer. He is standing, looking straight ahead and smiling.

Frederico Nogueira Feres


+55 31 3194-1716

Specialist in labor law and labor process, working in strategic labor litigation and advisory. Their work involves monitoring administrative and judicial actions, focusing on union processes, senior executives, and the Labor Public Prosecutor's Office. They have experience in advising clients from various sectors, such as automotive, steel, mining, banking, and pharmaceutical/chemical industries.

They have extensive experience in representing companies and union entities in collective disputes, advising and conducting outsourcing processes, prevention and crisis management in processes involving regulatory inspections and investigations of employees and executives in various contexts, drafting and analyzing employment contracts, including for the hiring of foreigners, drafting benefit packages and terminations for senior employees, including judicial monitoring through the filing of extrajudicial transaction approval, formatting or harmonizing benefit and short and long-term variable remuneration packages, including incentive plans linked to shares, analysis of Programs for the Prevention of Environmental Risks (PPRA) and Programs for Medical Control and Occupational Health (PCMSO) to assess compliance with current legislation (Regulatory Standards - NRs), and general human resources advisory.

They also have extensive academic experience, holding a specialization, master's, and doctorate in labor law. They defended a master's dissertation entitled "Reciprocal concessions through collective bargaining: the possibility of the agreed prevailing over the legislated and revisiting classic principles." They defended a doctoral thesis entitled "The transcendence of labor law beyond the boundaries of the employment relationship: new forms of hiring and overcoming the discourse of precariousness and fraud in labor relations."

Recent acknowledgments

  • Chambers & Partners Brazil (Industries & Sectors and Regions): Labor and Employment - Minas Gerais, recognized as Associate to Watch (2024)
  • Leaders League - Southeast Region (2024)


  • Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) - Doctor of Labor Law, 2024
  • Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) - Master of Labor Law, 2020
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC-Minas) - Post-Graduate Studies in Labor Law, 2018
  • Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) - Bachelor of Laws, 2015

Relevant experience

  • Universidade do Porto - Academic exchange (2014)


  • Brazilian Bar Association
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