Murilo Caldeira Germiniani

Murilo Caldeira Germiniani

Lawyer

+ 55 11 3150-7043

Murilo Caldeira Germiniani provides legal assistance in connection with the hiring and termination of employees and executives, including matters concerning immigration aspects; provides legal assistance related to labor and employment aspects related to corporate transactions and in reviewing and adjusting international policies in light of the Brazilian labor and employment laws; assesses the implications arising from the implementation or suppression of benefits packages to employees and executives; drafts memorandums, legal opinions and reports on matters related to employees, managers and services providers; reviews, drafts, and adjusts employment, management and service providers agreements; reviews, drafts, and adjusts plans, policies, and remuneration and benefits structures (including stock option plans and other incentives linked to shares, such as phantom shares, matching plans, and stock grant plans). He has previous experience in providing legal assistance to clients in the following markets: insurances, financial market, investment funds and private equity, infrastructure, automotive, pharmaceutical, entertainment, foreign trade, retail, services, personnel subcontracting and transient services, aviation, agribusiness, chemical, and technology.

Associations

Brazilian Bar Association

Education

Law School of the Universidade of São Paulo – USP, Brazil. Bachelor of Laws, 2014.

Insper, Brasil (Postgraduation in Corporate Law, 2017).

Office experience abroad

Littler Mendelson, United States of America (2014)

Recent publications

The 2nd Section of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) reaffirmed the understanding that it...[+]
With the beginning of the containment of the impacts of the coronavirus and the disclosure...[+]
With the revocation of Executive Order No. 905/2019 by Executive Order No. 955, published on...[+]
Discussions related to working hours and control thereof are extremely relevant for companies...[+]
Continuing the series of articles on the changes implemented by Executive Order No. 905, published...[+]
A law passed in September by the state of California in the United States assumes that a person...[+]