A Pioneer In Brazil’s Legal World: Ricardo Tosto De Oliveria Carvalho

Brazil is a country governed by the civil law derived from Portuguese, French, Italian and German civil statutes. The country’s legal system derives its principles from the constitution. The rule of law in Brazil is regarded as the supreme law and is enacted by the federal legislature. The legislative assembly in Brazil exists as a result of a coalition between the Federal District, the States, and the municipals. Its government comprises of three divisions, and each is composed of entities that have roles in the governance process. The three branches include Executive, Legislature, and the Judiciary.

In Brazil there is a significant number of lawyers, however, to be a certified attorney one is required to complete the five years of law school and pass, Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil, which is the bar exam. Since there are many Expert lawyers in Brazil, it’s important to when the need arises one chooses the best lawyer who is competent to satisfy you as a client.

Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is among the best lawyers you can find in Brazil who can handle cases in various niches exceptionally. All the way from working in a mall law office to starting his firm Leite Tosto e Barros Advogados. He set a solid reputation for himself, and this was due to his exemplary performance in litigation. Ricardo Tosto has incorporated valuable tactics in litigation that has made him stand out as a lawyer.

Ricardo Tosto’s firm is well known for mass litigation. Most lawyers fail to offer mass action model making its demand to rise in public, however, this is not the case with Ricardo Tosto who has devoted is work in defending public companies, multinational corporations and public personalities all over Brazil. In 2003, Ricardo Tosto and his firm were awarded the Best Client choice by International Law Office.

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