- Phone: (55 11) 3141-3626
- City: São Paulo
- Languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- Practice Areas: Restructuring & Insolvency/Arbitration and Mediation/Agribusiness
Fabiana Solano is a partner practicing in the area of Insolvency and Restructuring of debts and litigation. Prior to joining the Felsberg Advogados Insolvency team, Fabiana coordinated the office's Litigation and Arbitration team.
Her professional background also includes advising clients on the negotiation of restructuring plans and on recovery issues with their creditors. Fabiana represented creditors in judicial and extrajudicial reorganization, as well as in bankruptcy proceedings in Brazil. She served the White & Case LLP law firm in Miami, USA, where she had the opportunity to participate in chapter 15 involving the company OAS and other restructures of Brazilian companies with international bias.
Fabiana also coordinated the office's Pro Bono department.Read more
- Admitted to the Brazilian Bar (OAB/SP).
- Graduated in Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo;
- Specialization Course in Contract at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo;
- LL.M. in Financial and Capital Markets Law -Institute of Education and Research - Insper;
- LL.M. degree in Corporate Governance & Practice - Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA.
- Co-author of “Nova Crise Economica e Insolvencia Transnacional”, published in Valor Economico (April 16, 2015); “Recognition of Arbitration”, published in the International Newsletter of Felsberg e Pedretti Advogados e Consultores Legais (September 4, 2012); “Brazilian Code of Civil Procedure amended to expedite enforcement proceedings”, published in the International Newsletter of Felsberg e Pedretti Advogados e Consultores Legais (February 5, 2007).
- Co-author of the annual report on Brazilian Jurisdiction for “Enforcement of Foreign Judgments”, coordinated by ‘Getting the Deal Through’, and published by Law Business Research Ltd., in October 2011 and October 2012.
- Book with final thesis: “Consequences of Terminating Franchise Agreements” (2014).