Attachment of economic rights: a new solution for Brazil’s indebted football clubs’?
Published 13 August 2014 By: Roberto de Palma Barracco
FROM DEBT TO MORE DEBT: WHY BRAZILIAN CLUBS TURNED TO THE USE OF ECONOMIC RIGHTS
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Roberto de Palma Barracco focus his practice on crisis prevention, conflict management and negotiation in the sports & entertainment industries.
He is a Brazilian Bar Association certified lawyer, OAB/SP; Summer Sports Institute University of Oregon School of Law faculty; CAMES neutral; Mackenzie Presbyterian University researcher IB|A Alliance Institutional and Academic Relations advisor; Universidade do Futebol columnist.