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Débora H. Yanasse

Débora H. Yanasse

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Clients highlight her attention to detail, saying: "She is a brilliant, sensible and detail-oriented lawyer with in-depth technical knowledge who always brings valuable insights to the table. "

Chambers Latin America, ed. 2018

Débora H. Yanasse is a partner in the Corporate and M&A practice of Tauil & Chequer Advogados. Since 2002, Débora has focused on representing clients in the Brazilian power industry in all segments – generation, transmission, distribution, trade and consumption –  regarding regulatory, contractual and corporate matters, including assistance in: (i) drafting and negotiating complex contracts for implementation and development of projects, such as engineering, procurement and construction agreements (EPCs), transmission and distribution grid connection and use agreements (CCTs, CUSTs, CCDs and CUSDs), power purchase agreements (PPAs), fuel supply agreements (FSAs), gas supply agreements (GSAs), emission reduction purchase agreements (ERPAs), operation and maintenance agreements (O&Ms), among others; (ii) administrative proceedings and representation with government and regulatory entities (MME, ANEEL, ONS, EPE, CCEE and State agencies); (iii) public and private bids; (iv) mergers and acquisitions; (v) arbitration and court litigation involving complex regulatory matters; and (vi) project finance. Débora also works in other infrastructure projects, particularly in the oil & gas, telecom, port, mining, metallurgy, toll road and real estate industries, in Brazil and abroad.

Débora joined the firm in 2008. Previously Débora worked at Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. & Quiroga Advogados from 2002 to 2008. In 2012, Débora worked as an intern for the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), in Washington, D.C., where she worked on energy and infrastructure project financing for Latin America, and also worked as a foreign associate at the Mayer Brown New York office.

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