Ranked by Chambers Global as a go-to lawyer on Brazil and international trade regulation, Felipe Berer advises multinational companies doing business in the United States, Brazil, and throughout Latin America. His work focuses on inbound Brazilian investment in the United States, outbound U.S. investment into Brazil, international trade law and policy in the United States and Brazil, international contracts, trade and anti-corruption compliance, and government affairs in Brazil. Felipe’s clients include Fortune 500 companies and some of the largest and most successful Brazilian corporations.
Dual-licensed in Brazil and the U.S. and a Brazilian native, Felipe has considerable experience assisting Brazilian companies navigate the U.S. legal system. He also advises clients on a wide variety of Brazilian law matters, especially in connection with investments and transactions in Brazil, and regularly counsels U.S. companies and investors seeking to enter the Brazilian market.
In his international trade practice, Felipe has extensive experience representing clients in antidumping and other trade remedy investigations in Brazil and the United States. His practice also involves advisory work on international trade matters, including cross-border trade policies and regulations, trade and anti-corruption compliance, World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and dispute settlement proceedings, customs issues, preferential trade agreements, and trade policy developments in Brazil and the United States.
Felipe is a former president of the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida, the largest bi-national chamber of commerce in the Southern United States, and is an Alumnus Fellow of Georgetown University's Institute of International Economic Law.