Tasso Cipriano

Tasso Cipriano

Email: tassocipriano@felsberg.com.br

Phone: (11) 3141-3664

City: São Paulo

Language: Portuguese, English, Spanish and German

Linkedin: Tasso Cipriano

Practice Areas:

  • Environment, Sustainability and Waste

Profile

Partner of the Department of Environment. Sustainability and Waste at Felsberg Advogados and university professor, he has experience in environmental law, with an emphasis on regulating products and defined areas, waste management, without managing contaminated areas and protected areas. Tasso advises national and foreign clients from all sectors of the economy on the most varied topics of environmental law, with extensive consulting and litigation activities.

Professional Associations

  • Director of Legislative Affairs at Law for a Green Planet Institute (IDPV);
  • Member of Environmental Law Network International (ELNI);
  • Member of International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and its Working Group on Legal Issues (WIGLI);
  • Member of Instituto PNRS;
  • Admitted to the São Paulo chapter of the Brazilian Bar Association(OAB/SP).

Education

  • Doctorate in Corporate Law, University of Bremen (Germany);
  • Doctorate in Corporate Law, USP – Universidade de São Paulo;
  • LL.B. USP – Universidade de São Paulo, with a period at the University of Munich (Germany).

Experience

With undergraduate and doctoral degrees from USP and German universities, all in the area of environmental law and focusing on issues that are still being studied in Brazil, especially products, chemicals, waste, and contaminated areas. As a strong believer in interdisciplinary education, Tasso undertook technical (not legal) specializations in contaminated areas after his doctoral degree and plans a post-doctorate in product life cycle assessment. Incorporate law, he advises national and foreign clients from all sectors of the economy in the most varied themes of environmental law, with a vast consulting and litigation practice. In recent years, he has been helping clients transition to a circular economy, helping them understandand comply with product, chemical, and waste regulations, and better handle cases of soil and/or groundwater contamination.

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