Brazilian competition law and enforcement regime is among the most active ones around the world, with a well-recognized cartel program and efforts to advocate and develop its law. How does the Brazilian system work and what are the most important elements in Brazil's competition enforcement? The Honorable Commissioner Luiz Hoffmann of Brazil's Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) speaks with John Roberti and Anora Wang on the structure and progress of Brazil’s competition enforcement agency. Listen to this episode to learn about one of the most exciting competition jurisdictions.
Luiz Hoffmann, Commissioner, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) of Brazil
Commissioner Luiz Hoffmann, "Hipster Antitrust and the Brazilian Legal System" (in English, published by IBRAC): https://ibrac.org.br/UPLOADS/Eventos/519/The_Future_of_Antitrust.pdf
Commissioner Luiz Hoffmann, contributions to the OECD 2020 Global Forum on Competition regarding abuse of dominance in digital markets (in English): https://one.oecd.org/document/DAF/COMP/GF/WD(2020)7/en/pdf
Anora Wang, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP and John Roberti, Allen & Overy