Eric Moura is an attorney qualified to practice in Brazil and the United States. Mr. Moura analyzes the Brazilian and European markets, focusing his skills on complex litigation involving multijurisdictional disputes, and often acts as counsel representing clients in disputes for damages. He leads research regarding various violations that impact entities operating in the Brazilian and European markets.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Moura was a partner at a Big Law firm in Brazil representing large Brazilian corporations in sophisticated litigation and assisting institutional investors and litigation funders in making and maintaining investments in Brazil.
Mr. Moura led diligence teams analyzing Brazilian legal claims for institutional investors interested in emerging markets and monitored investors’ legal claims portfolios. Mr. Moura has also led due diligence procedures for litigation funders that utilized his assessment to determine the strength of the claims being considered for acquisition, providing the necessary risk analysis to guide investors through the Brazilian market.
Academically, during Mr. Moura’s LL.M in Political and Economic Law at Mackenzie University in Brazil, he acted as the Executive Secretary for ASAP: Academics Stand Against Poverty – Chapter Brazil, obtaining a full scholarship. He has also participated in Columbia’s Business Law Academy and Temple’s Excelling in Evidence Law programs. Mr. Moura researched legal developments connecting the Brazilian and American legal systems focusing on opportunities for companies and institutional investors as a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University. Beyond these concluded legal qualifications, Mr. Moura holds an MBA at FGV – Fundação Getulio Vargas.
- Member – Brazilian Bar
- Member – State Bar of California