André Gilberto

+55 11 2394 8920


Administrative Law and Public Contracts, Competition, Compliance and Corporate Ethics, Regulatory Litigation

With over 20 years of experience, André is a founding partner of CGM and responsible for the competition, administrative law, compliance, and regulatory practices. He represents numerous Brazilian and foreign companies before governmental bodies and agencies in connection with practically all matters involving competition and public law. He has been involved in many of the highest-profile antitrust investigations conducted by local authorities since 2003, with significant experience in representing companies investigated for cartel practices. In administrative law, he assists clients before the Federal, State and Municipal Accounting Courts through various bidding processes and in investigations filed by the Public Prosecutors’ Offices and the Office of the Federal Controller General on issues of administrative misconduct and anti-corruption legislation. Since 2010, he has led several cases involving internal investigations related to compliance issues and corporate ethics.

He is the author of the book “O Processo Antitruste Sancionador: Teoria e Prática da Investigação das Infrações à Concorrência” (The Antitrust Sanctioning Process: Theory and Practice of Competition Infringement Investigation), 2nd edition published in 2017. He is the coordinator and coauthor of the book “Concentração de Empresas no Direito Antitruste Brasileiro” (Concentration of Companies in Brazilian Antitrust Law), published in 2012.



  • Master’s Degree in Public Law, Universidade de São Paulo (USP). 
  • Bachelor of Laws, Universidade de São Paulo (USP).



  • Chambers Brazil (Competition/Antitrust | 2021-2023)
  • Chambers Latin America (Competition/Antitrust | 2009-2021)
  • The Legal 500 (Competition/Antitrust | 2019-2024; Public Law | 2019-2024)
  • Best Lawyers (Competition/Antitrust | 2020-2023)
  • Análise Advocacia 500 (Compliance | 2018-2022; Competition | 2018-2022; Regulatory | 2018-2022; Transportation and Logistics | 2018-2022; Steel and Mining | 2020-2022; Technology | 2020-2022; Telecommunications | 2022; Pharmaceutical | 2016-2022; Agriculture and Livestock | 2019-2022; Chemical and Petrochemical | 2019; Business Contracts | 2021)



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