Amorim Law Firm
Advocating for a borderless world
Who are we?
At Amorim Law firm (ALF), our purpose is to advocate for a world without borders. The insights and services we offer help build trust between people, companies and institutions around the world. We develop leaders committed to solutions that add value. In doing so, we play a key role in building an advocacy that brings together expertise and legal innovation in resolving cases.
It is challenging to offer creative solutions for a world that is increasingly integrated and constantly changing. Therefore, our purpose acts as a guide of context and meaning in each of our actions. We help families settle in new territories; professionals explore global markets; inventors combat the misappropriation of their knowledge; we guide companies with difficulties in structuring operations in Brazil and abroad; we facilitate the entry of new investors in the country; and we work with high quality legal advice to create trust in clients and institutions. In other words, working with people and companies to solve their most urgent challenges.
Through our five lines of integrated services - Investor Advisory, International Contracts, International Intellectual Property, International Mobility and International Advocacy - and our deep knowledge of solutions for these, we work so that ideas, dreams and intentions are transformed into real opportunities. We help our customers to comply with regulatory requirements and obtain the best results with maximum reliability and safety.
We believe that a world without borders is one in which human contact is established without walls and barriers. We work continuously to improve the quality of all our services, investing in people and innovations in order to create positive changes.
We are a family owned and operated business.
Comprehensive advice for international transactions (cross-border)
Structuring of international operations
Conducting and supporting international negotiations
International corporate advice
Family & International Successions
Consultancy in Private International Law
Homologation of foreign judgments