Alexandre Salomão Jabra joined the firm in 2010. He integrates the environmental, consumer and sustainability practice group, with focus on consultancies, administrative procedures lawsuits and negotiations.
In the environmental area, Alexandre has a wide breadth of experience in cases involving contamination, environmental and urbanistic licensing procedures, environmental liability, management of solid wastes and take-back requirements, effluents, electromagnet pollution, air emissions, forestry matters, protected areas and minorities, biodiversity, controlled chemicals products, socio and environmental liability of financial institutions, climate change, carbon markets and urbanistic regularization.
In the consumer area, Alexandre has experience with consultations, administrative and judicial procedures related to Consumer Law issues with federal, state and municipal agencies, such as DPDC, PROCONs, Public Prosecutors and Municipalities involving recall, offers, data protection, misleading and abusive advertising, privacy, e-commerce, abusive clauses, commercial practices, terms and conditions and violations to the Brazilian Consumer Defense Code.
Alexandre represents several clients in the oil&gas, automotive, chemicals, technology, food, communications, mining, finance and services sectors.
He graduated from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo - PUC/SP with a degree in Law and also holds a master's degree in Administrative Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo - PUC/SP and a master's degree in Law from Stanford Law School, Stanford University in California, USA, for which he received honors for his final paper "Critiques to the Theory of Full Recovery of the Environment". Alexandre is also specialized in Public Law from School of District Attorney Office in São Paulo.
Activities outside the office
In addition, Alexandre was invited as a speaker at various events and symposiums on Environmental and Climate Change Law, such as the 1st Symposium on Environmental, Agrarian and Agribusiness Law at the Mackenzie University Law School and the Symposium Oil Spill on the Brazilian Coast at Universidade Santa Cecília.
Author/co-author of several books/articles, such as:
- Neoconstitutional Themes of Administrative Law, Intelecto, 2016 (Co-author);
- Practice of Environmental Law in Defense of Private Legal Entities, Letra Jurídicas, 2019 (Co-author);
- Legal aspects involving the environmental and urban licensing of base radio base stations (ERBs) and support infrastructures. Urban and Environmental Law Forum Magazine, 2018;
- Aspects involving the discretion of the Public Administration and the Environmental Impact Study (EIA). Urban and Environmental Law Forum Magazine, 2017;
- Notes on the unconstitutionality of the provisions from Federal Law No. 11.079 / 2004, which deals with public-private partnerships. Public Management and Contracting Forum Magazine, 2015.
Portuguese, English and Spanish.
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