His area of expertise is Public Law, Government Affairs and Regulatory, with focus on consultancy matters. Mr. Frizzo is recognized by Chambers & Partners as a leading Individual in Public Law. He elaborates legal opinions and responds to consultations on the areas of expertise, including public tenders and contracts with the government, concession and public-private partnership contracts. Has experience in complex negotiations with the government and in the alignment of strategies to meet the local content requirements in public tenders. Assist clients in the regulatory area, especially pharmaceutical, medical devices and health areas. Also acts in procurements in the defense area, including the negotiation of offset arrangements. He is a speaker in events related to compliance in contracts with the government and regulatory.
News, Events and Publications
Revision of the Portuguese version of the article “O Brasil adota as PPPs: Quimera ou Eldorado?” [Brazil adopts PPPs: a dream or imagination?], written by Alexia Robbes, attorney in Paris, Ablfs & McKfnzif SCP (published in Contrats Publics / Actualité de la Commande et des Contrats Publics juillet / août 2005 Edition le Moniteur); – Folha de São Paulo newspaper – 06/12/2005 – “‘Agencies have become less independent” comment analysts’. – DCI newspaper – 08/05/2009 – “Corruption abroad can debar companies from public deals”. – Jornal Brasil Econômico — 05/04/2011 – “Risk of fraud is higher in parallel works”. – Elaboration and review of the Brazilian part in the publication “Promoting Medical Devices Globally” — Ablfs McKfnzif — 2008
Enrolled with the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo Chapter, since 2004
Henrique Krüger Frizzo was born in São Paulo (SP) on July 7, 1981. Joined the firm in 2004 and became a partner in 2014.
Specialization in “Contracts with the Public Administration”, at Fundação Getulio Vargas in 2007.
Extension Course on PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPPs) at Superior School of the São Paulo Public District Attorney’s Office (Escola Superior do Ministério Público de São Paulo – 2005).
LL.M in State and Governmental Affairs at Escola de Formação de Governantes, associated with Universidade de São Paulo in 2004.
Graduated from Universidade de São Paulo with a degree in Law in 2003.
Trench Rossi Watanabe is awarded the CESA Gender Equality Seal
Trench Rossi Watanabe has received the CESA Gender Equity Seal in the highest category entitled “Highlight”. This award recognizes law firms that have solid Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, taking into consideration several fronts, such as internal commitment, strategic planning, communication and participation rate. With a female majority in leadership for years, this recognition reinforces […]
ANVISA regulates Software as a Medical Device (Software as Medical SaMD)
In brief The National Health Surveillance Agency (“ANVISA”) published yesterday in the Official Gazette the Resolution RDC No. 657/2022, which provides for the regularization of software as medical device (SaMD). The topic is part of ANVISA’s 2021-2023 Regulatory Agenda and has been discussed together with society in recent years, especially from the opening of Public […]
National Health of Surveillance Agency publishes a new resolution regarding the recall of drugs
The National Health of Surveillance Agency (“ANVISA”) published today the Resolution RDC No. 625/2022, which provides the minimum requirements related to the obligation of the marketing authorization holders to communicate the implementation of a drug recall to the competent authorities and consumers, in case there is sufficient evidence or proof of quality deviation resulting in […]
Brazil: RDC No. 497/2021 – New Regulation on Certification of Good Practices
In brief The Brazilian National Health of Surveillance Agency (“Anvisa“) published today (May 26) the Resolution RDC No. 497/2021 (“RDC 497/2021“) for providing for the new administrative procedure for obtaining the Good Manufacturing Practices Certificate, as well as the Good Distribution and/or Storage Practices Certificate. This resolution will be in force from June 1, 2021¹, […]
Supreme Court decides the Federal Court of Accounts is not fit to exercise control of constitutionality in Brazil
After the ruling session concluded last Monday (4.12.2021), the Supreme Court ruled by majority (9×2) that the Federal Court of Accounts is not allowed to review the constitutionality of laws and normative acts in Brazil. With that in consideration, the Court surpassed the Precedent 347, edited in 1963, that previously authorized this type of review […]