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Ana Paula Paschoalini


  • Assisted Mubadala Capital in submitting various recent economic operations to CADE, including the voluntary public offer for the acquisition of control of Burger King Corporation in Brazil.
  • Assisted Equador Energia in its intervention as an interested third party in the CADE's analysis process of the acquisition of Refinaria Isaac Sabbá (Reman) by Grupo Atem.
  • Assisted DNA Capital in submitting various recent economic operations to CADE, including the acquisition of a stake in Inspirali S.A., a subsidiary of Ânima Educação focused on medical education, and the sale of its stake in software developer Feegow Technologies to Docplanner Group.
  • - Assisted Vibra Energia in submitting to CADE a partnership with Americanas S.A., to explore the small retail store business, within and outside gas stations, through the creation of Vem Conveniência.
  • Assisted the Votorantim Group in submitting to CADE the acquisition of control of the electric power assets of Votorantim Geração de Energia S.A. by VTRM (co-controlled by CPP Investments and Votorantim).


Chambers and Partners recognizes Ana Paula as a notable lawyer in the competition field. According to one of the interviewed clients: "Ana Paula is excellent. She is detail-oriented and very technical. She is always seeking creative solutions to meet the clients' needs." Another source described Ana Paula as "technical, professional, and business-oriented."

The Legal 500 also recommends Ana Paula as a rising star in the Antitrust/Competition area (The Legal 500 Latin America).

She is also included in the list of the most admired female lawyers in Brazil by the publication Análise Advocacia Mulher and in the Brazil’s Best Counsel edition (Leaders League).


  • Bachelor's degree in Law from the University of São Paulo (USP).
  • Master's degree in Commercial Law from the University of São Paulo (USP).


Ana Paula is the partner responsible for the Antitrust area, advising clients on submitting economic operations to the Administrative Council for Economic Defense ("CADE"); assessing competition risks associated with commercial practices and policies; developing internal antitrust compliance programs, as well as in the investigation processes of anticompetitive practices initiated by CADE.


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