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Caique Bernardes Magalhães Queiroz

Associate

Arbitration | Mediation | Contracts | Consulting Specialized in Litigation Consulting | Dispute prevention

Caique represents national and foreign clients in domestic and international arbitration on disputes involving mainly corporate transactions, construction and infrastructure contracts, and conflicts relating to the energy, sanitation and pulp and paper sectors.

Lecturer of the Arbitration Training for Lawyers organized by EPMESC – Escola Paulista de Métodos Extrajudiciais de Solução de Conflitos in São Paulo, Brazil (2017). Co-author of the chapter “Enforcement of Awards”, with Professor Luiz Olavo Baptista and Adriane Nakagawa Baptista, published in The Investment Treaty Law Review: London, Law Business Research, 2019 (4th Edition). Co-author of “O Negócio Jurídico Processual como instrumento de aproximação entre os Procedimentos Arbitrais e Judiciais no Brasil”, published in Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação (vol. 55/2017) and in Doutrinas Essenciais – Novo Processo Civil (vol. 2/2018).

Education

Languages

Hiroshima University Summer Program for Peace and Law – Course on International Law and Human Rights at Hiroshima University, Japan.

Bachelor of Laws from São Paulo University (USP/SP).

Portuguese

English

Spanish

Japanese

Relevant Cases

  • ICC Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a credit portfolio assignment and acquisition agreement involving and investment fund and a telecom company. Amount in dispute: BRL 1.6 billion.
  • CAM-CCBC Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a financial transaction’s fiduciary guarantee involving a financial institution and a social security institute. Amount in dispute: BRL 100 million.
  • CAM-CCBC Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a reinsurance contract involving a Brazilian insurance company and an English insurance company. Amount in dispute: BRL 21.7 million.
  • FGV Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a supply, assembly and commissioning agreement of a photovoltaic power plant involving an Italian company and a Brazilian company. Amount in dispute: BRL 148 million.
  • ICC International Arbitration. Language: English. Dispute regarding a truck distribution agreement involving a Luxembourg truck manufacturer and a Brazilian company. Amount in dispute: BRL 70 million.
  • CIESP/FIESP Domestic Arbitration. Languages: Portuguese and English. Dispute regarding several equipment sales agreements for the construction of a cellulose factory involving a Brazilian cellulose and paper company and a Finnish specialized machine manufacturer. Amount in dispute: BRL 600 million.
  • CAM-CCBC Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a share purchase and sale agreement involving Brazilian sanitation companies. Amount in dispute: BRL 110 million.
  • CAMARB Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a service contract for the construction of a metallurgical industrial complex involving a steel company and a construction consortium. Amount in dispute: BRL 336 million.
  • CAM-CCBC Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding the economic and financial rebalancing of a public-private partnership contract involving sanitation company and a municipal authority. Amount in dispute: BRL 32 million.
  • CIESP/FIESP Domestic Arbitration. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding an electromechanical assembly contract involving construction companies. Amount in dispute: BRL 207 million.
  • Pre-litigation consulting. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding discussions between Consortium members on penalties applied by the Federal Court of Accounts. Amount in dispute: BRL 385 million.
  • Pre-litigation consulting. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding a share purchase and sale agreement of a sanitation company. Amount in dispute: BRL 30 million.
  • Pre-litigation consulting. Language: Portuguese. Dispute regarding the purchase of rights and assets of a company in the banking sector. Amount in dispute: BRL 4.5 billion.

Associations

  • Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr).
  • Moot Alumni Association (MAA).
  • Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration (Young ICCA).
  • American Chamber’s new arbitralists initiative (INOVARB-AMCHAM).
  • Brazilian Association of Arbitration Students (ABEArb).

Rankings

Leaders League 2021
Roseta 2020