Gabriela da Costa Carvalho Forsman assists clients in antitrust, anticorruption and compliance matters before administrative and judicial courts. She conducts internal investigations; has experience in negotiating leniency and settlement agreements with public authorities, including the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE), the Federal Controller’s Office (Controladoria Geral da União – CGU) and the Public Prosecutor’s Office; and represents clients in filing and challenging merger reviews before CADE.
Furthermore, Gabriela structures compliance programs and reviews associations and companies’ business practices.
In 2018, she assisted clients in antitrust, corporate and refugee matters at Hogan Lovells International LLP, Tokyo.
Gabriela holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC) and was a member of PUC’s “Law and Fight against Corruption” study group. Gabriela is a candidate at Fundação Getúlio Vargas de São Paulo’s (FGV) Master’s program in white-collar crimes and is a member of FGV’s Corporate Liability’s study group. She is fluent in Portuguese and English.
Co-author of "Antitrust discrimination: Where are we and what are the envisioned
challenges for the future?". Conducts Enforcement in Brazil: Frequently Asked
Co-author of "WTO's measures against money laundering" ("Novas ações da OMC
contra a lavagem de dinheiro"). Valor Econômico.2017.
Bachelor of Laws, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo