The Labor & Employment Practice of Soto Frugis Advogados has been recognized in the 2021 edition of the Chambers and Partners Legal Guide – the oldest and most renowned international publication dedicated to research the global legal market.
In addition to recognizing the entire team, the international publication highlighted Eduardo Soto for his performance in the area.
Recognitions like this, which outcome of several interviews with clients, non-clients, and market players, reinforce the commitment of Soto Frugis Advogados to provide state-of-art legal services.
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The 2021 edition of the Leaders League recognized the Litigation Practice of Soto Frugis Advogados as a reference for the Brazilian labor market.
Or the recognition of the Leaders League, on the first year of activities, renew and reinforce or commit the entire team of Soto Frugis Advogados to provide excellent legal services.
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We would like to share our sincere thanks to our clients, colleagues, and to our entire team, for recognition in the renowned publication The Legal 500, through its Latin American Guide 2021, as one of the best labor offices in Brazil.
Being recognized along our first year of operation reinforce our mission, which is to provide state-of-art legal services in a personalized and differentiated way.
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We have been recognized, among the premier law firms specialized in the labor area, in the economic concessions sector, and the state of São Paulo.
Our partner Eduardo Soto is among the most admired in the field of Labor Law.
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Who is Who Legal, published by Law Business Research, recognized Soto Frugis Advogados as one of the best labor and employment firms in Brazil.
Partner Eduardo Soto was recognized and listed in the categories Thought Leaders – Labor & Employment 2021, Global Leader – Labor & Employment 2021, and National Leader – Labor & Employment 2020.
The editorial highlighted Eduardo as “vastly experienced in labor litigation” and known for his “strong international portfolio“.