Ricardo Tosto is Brazil’s Best Business Lawyer

One of the most famous lawyers from Brazil is Ricardo Tosto. He is considered the best business lawyer in the country. The fifty-four-year-old is a graduate of Mackenzie University. Later, he attended Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado for a course in business administration. Ricardo Tosto is a business partner at Tosto e Barros who is a famous Brazilian law firm. Several companies hire the firm to resolve their legal matters. According to Trade Publication of Brazil, Tosto’s firm is among top ten law firms that offer full legal service.

Ricardo Tosto has earned the reputation for being a successful business law entrepreneur. Decades ago, he started his career from a small office, and today his office is located in the most expensive building in the country. Several companies and numerous people hired Tosto for their defense in the court. The clients of Ricardo Tosto include national governments, politicians, NGOs, domestic companies and global groups.

During his career, Ricardo Tosto never violated the boundaries of Brazilian constitution. He faced stressful situations several times during his career. However, that never stopped him from his work. Due to his hard work, the legal system of Brazil made several changes, and new laws were introduced. The credit for changes in business laws in Brazil goes to Ricardo Tosto. He is the pioneer of many legal mechanisms that benefit the common man. It is a dream for young lawyers to work under his supervision. He introduced several new business lawyers. Now his firm has regional offices in major cities of the country. The firm takes cases like arbitration, conflict resolution, judicial litigation, and administration.

Ricardo Tosto has a twenty-three-year-old career during which he mastered issues like credit recovery, electoral law, commercial & civil litigation, international law, corporate restructuring, and banking. He has the membership of both Brazilian Bar Association and International Bar Association. He has an association with CESA and several firms. He founded the Brazilian Institute for Electoral & Party Law Research. He was elected as the President of OAB Commission in Sao Paulo which works for the modernization of judiciary. He is invited as a speaker at various events and conferences. Tosto has authored and reviewed several published articles.