Ambiel Advogados was established in 2008 as a boutique firm focused on rendering legal services to the sports sector, by practitioners with solid careers with some of the most respected law firms in Brazil who wanted a more personal and individualized form of serving their clients.
During its more than a decade of activities, in reaction to the rapid transformation of the sector, the firm has brought on board lawyers with proven experience in complementary practice areas, expanding not only its radius of action, but also its capacity to contribute to greater professionalism and institutional improvement of the sports industry in Brazil.
The firm now has professional who combine noteworthy practical experience with theoretical knowledge, enabling serving clients in areas beyond those traditionally related to sports law, such as regulatory and disciplinary matters, transfer of athletes, sports rights (transmission, ticket sales and sponsorships), doping, Paralympic functional classification, and judicial/arbitral litigation, to include questions involving corporate, antitrust, tax and real estate law, asset management and succession planning, intellectual property, data protection, governance, compliance, e-sports, electronic games, betting and public advocacy.
In recognition, the firm and its practitioners have been consistently ranked by the leading legal publications as references in the country.
The client base in the sports sector includes sports administration organizations, clubs, leagues and other entities, athletes, agents, sponsors, investors and other stakeholders involved with sporting activities, such as suppliers of equipment and clothing, ticket agencies, sport techs, publishers (e-sports) and associations for defense and promotion of public policies related to sports.
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