Specialist in dispute resolution with focus in court litigation and arbitration. Widely experienced in litigation before the Superior Court, as well as Federal and State Courts, and also in domestic and international arbitrations.

In matters related to Cross-Border Litigation, Marco acts together with foreign firms in transnational lawsuits and arbitration proceedings that develop before more than one jurisdiction.

Represents clientes in a wide range of industries and businesses, with emphasis in infrastructure (energy and telecom), beverages, logistics, Payment Methods and pharmaceutics. Also has a strong reputation in TMT (media and entertainment), representing clientes before the Brazilian Advertising Self-Regulatation Council.

Marco is a member to several associations and legal institutes, such as the Brasiliza Civil Procedure Institute (IBDP), the São Paulo Lawyers Institute (IASP) and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAR).

Is member at the ethics and discipline court (TED) VI from the OAB since 2021.


Law degree in the PUC-SP (2002), post graduated in Consumer Law (2005) and Masters degree in Civil Procedure Law (2010), both granted by PUC-SP. PhD student in Procedural Law at PUC-SP (conclusion in 2023).

Marco has also a participated in the Orientation in US Law Program organized by the University of Southern California (2005) and in the Leadership Program presented by Harvard Law School (2015).


Individual mentions in legal publication “Análise Advocacia” as reference in Logistics (2016) and Pharmaceutics (2017).
Individual recommendation on the Legal 500 Latin America Guide – 2017, 2016.
Individual recommendation on the “Arbitration- Brazil- 2022“, published by Leaders League.


English and Italian


Author of the book “International Competence” (Editora Saraiva, 2011) and co-author of the book “Comments to the Code of Civil Procedure” (Araken de Assis, George Salomão Leite and Angélica Arruda Alvim, Saraiva, 2016, arts. 42 to 63).

Author of several articles published in books and legal magazines, including:

“Procedural legal business and the power to judge: objective limits of procedural conventions” (Revista de Processo nº 324, 2022);

“Attorney fees in the revised CPC” (In: Cassio Scarpinella Bueno – ed., Controversial Aspects of the New Execution. 1st edition, RT, 2008);

“STJ consolidates its understanding of the necessary joinder of ANATEL in Collective Actions” (Revista de Direito de Informática e Telecomunicações nº 10, 2011);

“The Reasonable Duration of the Process and the Reforms in the Procedural Law” (In: Eduardo Lamy – ed., Civil Process in Motion, Editora Conceito, 2013).



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