Thalita Novo

Partner

+ 55 11 3150-9975
Area of practice

Novo is specialist in economic and antitrust law, with national and international experience. Her practice includes antitrust risk assessment, negotiations in cartel cases agreements and leniencies before the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE), legal assistance on complex merger filings including M&A transactions, collaboration agreements, consortiums, joint ventures, remedy agreements, in addition to antitrust compliance trainings & programs to companies. She has previous experience in a range of industrial and economic sectors, such as food, beverage, banking, commodities, pharmaceutical, infrastructure, mining, dental, chemical, airline, maritime and automotive transport, technology, textile, including regulated sectors, such as energy, oil & gas, and ports.

Associations

Brazilian Bar Association
Member of the Economic Regulation and Competitiveness Studies Commission of OAB/SP (CECORE/SP)

Education

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C., United States of America (LL.M in International Business and Economic Law, 2012).
Scholarship from Instituto Ling. McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., United States of America (Postgraduate in leadership and competitiveness - Global Competitiveness and Leadership Program, 2010).
Scholarship from Instituto Ling. Faculdade Nacional de Direito - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, FND/UFRJ, Brazil (Bachelor of Laws, 2006).

Office experience abroad

International experience in public policies and economic development at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity of Cato Institute, Washington D.C., United States of America (2010).

Recent publications

The Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) has reviewed about 40 merger filings...[+]
The Antitrust Law (Law No. 12,529/2011) establishes three objective criteria that determine...[+]
Lefosse Advogados  has helped Brazil-based Diagnósticos da América (DASA) acquire fellow...[+]
Lefosse Advogados  has helped Brazil-based Diagnósticos da América (DASA) acquire fellow...[+]