Partner of Demarest’s Competition area, Daniel Oliveira Andreoli holds a master’s degree in Corporate and Competition Law approved with merit in European and English Competition Law from King’s College (University of London) and a Bachelor of Laws from PUC-SP. He has more than 18 years of experience, including acting in complex antitrust cases, representing a wide variety of domestic and international companies in concentration acts and in investigations initiated by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE). He has solid experience in negotiating and drafting leniency agreements, as well as cease and desist and merger control agreements. Daniel acts together with companies in competitive risk diagnostics, as well as formatting and implementing antitrust compliance programs. He represents clients in unilateral conduct investigations involving allegations of abuse of dominant position. He is also a speaker at numerous events related to the area and has published articles on the topic of competition in local and international publications.
— Advised Hapvida regarding acts of concentration.
— Advised M.Dias Branco in the antitrust approval of the acquisition of Piraquê.
— Advised Brazil Kirin in the antitrust approval of its sale to Heineken.
— Advisory regarding administrative procedures on behalf of clients, such as Caterpillar, SKF, NGK, UBS, among others.
— Advisory to several national and foreign clients in the negotiation of leniency agreements and terms of cessation, such as Lufthansa AG, NEC Corporation, Akzo Nobel, NEC Tokin, among others.
— Specialization in International and North American Law at the Academy of American and International Law, organized by The Center for American and International Law, USA (2012)
— Specialization in Business Management from the Business School of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (2007)
— Master’s degree (LLM) in Corporate and Commercial Law from King’s College of London, University of London, London, England (2000)
— Bachelor of Laws from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP), São Paulo, Brazil (1997)
— Former President (2016-2018 Management) and Former Vice-President (2013-2015 Management) of the Economic Studies and Economic Regulation Commission (CECORE) of OAB/SP
— Member of the International Bar Association (IBA) Unilateral Conduct Working Group
— Member of the American Bar Association (ABA)
— Non-Governmental Advisor (NGA) of the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) for the International Competition Network (ICN) annual conferences and ICN Cartel Workshop and ICN Merger Workshop annual meetings.
— Member of the Board of the Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumption and International Trade Studies (IBRAC)
— CADE Group Coordinator of the Brazilian Association of Private Equity & Venture Capital (ABVCAP)
— Co-author of the article “Cartel Fines in Brazil Could Climb Even Higher as Cade Seeks to Offset Gains from Infringement”, in Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee Newsletter, Issue 2, 2016.
— Co-author of the article “Resale Price Maintenance in Brazil: Cade’s Understanding After the SKF Case”, for the American Bar Section of Antitrust Law in Monopoly Matters, Unilateral Conduct Committee Newsletter, 2016.
— Co-author of the chapter “Brazil”, in the book “Corporate Internal Investigations”, Oxford University Press, 2013.
— Co-author of the chapter “Brazil”, in the book “Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control”, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017 and 2018 editions, London: Global Competition Review.
— Co-author of the comments to articles 21 to 30 (“ Assets, Revenue and Administrative, Budgetary and Financial Management”) and article 37 (“Penalties”), in the book “Comentários à Nova Lei de Defesa da Concorrência” [Comments on the New Antitrust Law], São Paulo: Editora Método, 2011.
— Several articles about antitrust in relevant journals and newspapers.
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