“He has a deep understanding of CADE's practices and is able to explain their economic consequences for companies very clearly.”
Chambers Latin America
Eduardo Molan Gaban is a partner of Tauil & Chequer Advogados in association with Mayer Brown. He
leads the Antitrust & Competition and Government & Global Trade practices in the São Paulo office. These practices comprise 16 highly experienced and fully dedicated professionals. Eduardo is also a firm practice leader in Brazil for the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice, focusing on complex economic law litigation. He is also member of the Global Anticorruption & Compliance practice at Mayer Brown.
He is recognized by some of the most prestigious International publications , such as Chambers Latin America, LatinLawyer 250, Who's Who Legal, The Legal 500 and Euromoney Expert guide as one of the leading lawyers in Brazil in his fields. He has successfully lead complex cases with large repercussions related to mergers, national and international investigations, civil and criminal cases for cartel practices and related crimes (bid rigging, fraud, corruption, etc.). Additionally, he has experience with complex litigation in the antitrust and civil, criminal, antitrust and intellectual property areas as well as with disputes and advocacy in regulatory affairs involving logistics and transport, aviation , energy , telecommunications and education.
He has worked in several (over 20) high profile cartel investigations involving dawn raids, civil and criminal litigations, leniency applications and settlement negotiations before CADE as well as Federal and State Prosecutors Offices. Eduardo received his bachelors and masters in Law degrees through the Pontifical Catholic University in São Paulo (PUC/SP), as well as a doctorate in law from PUC/SP – NYU (where he was a Fulbrighter).