Partner of Demarest’s Commercial Agreements, Life Sciences, and Sports and Entertainment, Claudio Oliveira Mattos holds a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property Law from Franklin Pierce Law Center, United States, and a specialization in Corporate Finance from Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV). He completed an internship in the USA where he acquired vast international experience. Claudio concentrates his practice in legal consulting, elaboration and negotiation of contracts as well as legal opinions related to commercial civil law.

Advised Monsanto on the POD Project (“Point of Delivery”) and its global impact for the area of Biotechnology

Advised the CBA and Nexans in integrated design for aluminum production

Advised Unilever on various contracts such as distribution, representation and agency

 Advised large retailers such as C&A and Magazine Luiza in licensing agreements and sales channels

Advised the Butantã Foundation in a worldwide licensing project for a Dengue vaccine

Advised Novus Mídia SA in the implementation of “CNN Brasil”

Advised Nike in sponsorship contracts with major Brazilian clubs

Advises several soccer athletes in Brazil and abroad

— Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property Law from Franklin Pierce Law Center, New Hampshire, United States (1999)

— Specialization in Corporate Finance from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), São Paulo, Brazil (1997)

— Bachelor of Laws from the United Metropolitan Colleges of São Paulo (FMU), São Paulo, Brazil (2001)

Member of the American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS), Washington, USA.

 Representative of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland

 Invited professor of INSPER to teach in the course of “Law in Agribusiness” for the subjects: (i) “Industrial Property and biotechnology. Protection of inventive activity”; and (ii) “Representation, agency, supply and distribution contracts”.

 Co-author of the book “A Constitucionalização do Direito do Trabalho no Mercosul” (“The Constitutionalization of the Labor Law in Mercosur”), 1st ed., Ltr: 1998.

 Author of articles published in Brazil and in the Unites States on commercial contracts, biotechnology and trade secrets.

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