Eduardo Felipe Matias is the partner in charge of Nogueira, Elias, Laskowski & Matias Advogados (NELM) Corporate & Business area, which comprises Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts, Innovation and Startups, International Law, Arbitration and Sustainability practices.
Together with NELM’s Corporate & Business area, he has been recognized by some of the most important national and international law firm guides, as The Legal 500, Leaders League, Best Lawyers and Anuário Análise Advocacia 500.
Two times winner of Premio Jabuti, Brazil's most traditional literary prize, in the Business & Economy category, for the books "Humankind and its frontiers: from sovereign state to global society", in 2006 and "Humankind against the ropes: global society's fight for sustainability", in 2015. With more than 100 articles published in some of Brazil’s most important newspapers and magazines, he is frequently invited to share his opinion on Radio and TV programs. Recently, was the organizer of the guide "Doing Business Right: Legal Aspects of Startups” and of the survey “Startups’ Legal Outlook”.
PhD in International Law from the University of Sao Paulo (USP), where he also graduated. Post Doctorate at IESE Business School, in Spain, Master (D.E.A) in International Law from the University of Paris II - Panthéon-Assas and visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York. Invited professor at the Dom Cabral Foundation and at the International Institute of Social Sciences, he has been a professor or lecturer at institutions such as FIA-USP, Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Sao Paulo (IEA-USP) and FAAP, and Dean of the School of Law at University Anhembi Morumbi.
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