Bruno Fagali – Respected Anti-Corruption Advocate

Bruno Fagali, a Brazilian attorney, has an exhaustive knowledge of Administrative Law. He developed a “Code of Conduct” policy for an advertising agency that addressed the anti-corruption law in compliance with national legislation. Bruno Fagali lives in São Paulo and has been in the legal field for over ten years.

In 2009, Bruno Fagali received a Bachelor degree in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. The University of Sao Paulo awarded him a Masters in Law in State, Administrative, and Anti-Corruption Law. He obtained legal certificates from the Brazilian Society of Public Law – SBDP and the Institute of Administrative Law Paulista.

Bruno Fagali native language is Portuguese while he is fluent in English, French, and Spanish. He received a scholarship from the University of Sao Paulo and advocated its program on the improvement of teaching.

Fagali Commenced his legal career as an intern at Office Model Dom Paulo Avaristo Arms in 2006. He also interned with the Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques, Law Firm and at Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Associate Lawyers. His internships were in the areas of regulatory law, bidding, and administrative contracts.

Between 2012 and 2014 he was employed by Radi, Cali and Associados Advocacy. In 2015, he was hired as the Corporate Integrity Manager for Nova/SB, an advertising agency. Nova/SB has accounts with the Central Bank and the Secretariate of Communication of the Presidency of the Republic.

In 2016, he started his law firm, Fagali Advocacy, which focuses on compliance, anti-corruption, public law, and election law. He has litigated cases before Courts of Account and Public Prosecutors.

Bruno Fagali is well-known for his integrity and professionalism in providing legal services. He espouses the ethical responsibility of companies that receive government contracts. His legal work is in response to corruption scandals.

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