Tricia Oliveira joined the Firm in 2004 and became partner in 2015. She integrates the Labor practice group, with focus on employment litigation - judicial and administrative . Ms. Oliveira has a wide breadth of experience in collective lawsuits and public civil actions, litigation related to health and safety and occupational diseases.
Tricia advises on individual and collective issues, including health and safety matters, individual and collective employment contract and termination, collective negotiations, compensation of employees executives and expatriates, transfer of employees, regular due diligence and due diligence related to M&A; post acquisition equalization of benefits.
Awards and Recognitions
Tricia Oliveira has been recognized for her work in Labor by the main legal directories such as Chambers Latin America, Leaders League as "Highly recommended", LACCA, The Legal 500, Latin Lawyer 250, Análise Advocacia 500 and Client Choice Awards.
She graduated from Faculdade de Direito Cândido Mendes with a degree in Law and is post-graduated in Labor Law from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.
Reinstatement of employment measures to...
Executive Order no. 1,046 was issued today, reinstating employment related measures to deal with the public health emergency caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It contains provisions of the former Executive Order no. 927 but with some relevant updates. The following measures, among others, may be adopted by Brazilian employers for up to 120 days: (i) […]
New Brazilian Emergency Program for Mai...
Executive Order no. 1,045 was issued today, implementing the New Emergency Program for Maintenance of Jobs and Income in Brazil. Such order contains additional employment related measures to face the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, reinstating some of the provisions previously contained in Executive Order no. 936, which was converted into Law no. 14,020/20. The […]
Holiday advance in the city of São Paulo
As per the terms of Decree nº 60.131, issued today, the following holidays were advanced, in the city of São Paulo, from March 26 to April 1st: 2021 Corpus Christi, 2021 black conscious day, the anniversary of the city of São Paulo in 2022, 2022 Corpus Christi and 2022 black conscious day, as authorized by […]
Brazilian President sanctions law allow...
On March 10th, 2021 the Brazilian President sanctioned Law 14.125/2021, authorizing private companies to purchase COVID-19 vaccines approved by the health regulatory agency (ANVISA). All shots must be reverted to the public healthcare system while priority groups are being vaccinated. After that, companies will be able to purchase the vaccines for their own use (distributing […]