Ricardo Tosto is a Brazilian lawyer who has garnered great reputation in the Brazilian legal field. He has represented companies and people in cases that have gained lots of attention in Brazil. Besides defending his clients in court, Mr. Tosto is among the pioneers who adopted several legal mechanisms that are currently being used as legal tools.
Ricardo Tosto is a Mackenzie University alumnus who graduated with a degree in Law. He also studied Business Administration at Fundação Armando AlvaresPenteado (FAAP). Mr. Tosto practices commercial law, administrative law and credit recovery among others. He is also a partner and one of the founders of Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados. This law firm is one of the best firms in Brazil and is even listed in the top ten law firms in the country by trade publication Yearbook Analysis Advocacy 500. The firm has its headquarters in Sao Paulo and has branches in Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.
Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados deals with business law and offers extensive legal support for companies in various industries. The firm also has a proven history of excellence in the practice of conflict resolution such as administrative and judicial ligation as well as arbitration.
Ricardo Tosto is a proficient Brazilian Lawyer who is approved by the Order of Attorneys of Brazil (OAB) to practice law. Besides being a member of the OAB, Mr. Tosto is a former president of the Judicial Reform Committee and the Judicial Modernization Committee at the Order of Attorneys of Brazil/Sao Paulo Section (OAB/SP).
The Order of Attorneys of Brazil, also known as the Brazilian Bar Association is an organization made up of more than 847,921 lawyers. The lawyers regulate the legal profession in Brazil and ensure that lawyers comply with the government regulations concerning the law and all professions associated with it.
The organization was founded as a private institution in 1843 and still works as an independent agency. However, it works with the government to make sure that the lawyer members are upholding the Brazilian Constitution. The members of the Attorneys of Brazil (OAB) are approved by the bar examination and can appear before the Court as well as provide legal consultation to clients.