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Ricardo Tosto, a founding partner of Leite, Tosto and Barros Advogados, reported the published case of a judicial decision that involves sharing of assets among involved partners. The case was published by the Supreme Court of Justice in December 2017 and basically revolved around plaintiff who maintained a stable union with a man who was married. The stable union, however, came to an end before the man officially divorced his original partner, the wife. The Supreme Court of Justice’s Fourth panel annulled the decision handed down to it that entailed recognition and dissolution of a stable union with sharing of assets. The decision was reached after it was realized that one of the co-workers in the union was still married and the wife was not summoned in the suit. Ricardo Tosto is a high ranking lawyer and one of the biggest names in the Brazilian law industry.
Born in 1963, Ricardo Tosto attended the University of Presbyterian Mackenzie from where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Law. He also attended the Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado and holds an extension in Business Administration. Through persistence and hard work, Ricardo Tosto was able to make a name for himself in Brazil as a great businessman and a lawyer. He is even considered one of the greatest investors in the Brazilian law.Currently, Ricardo Tosto works at the Leite, Tosto and Barros Advogados. This is a full-service law company based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
With numerous other branches across Brazil like in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, the firm was listed among the top 10 largest law firms in Brazil. Leite, Tosto and Barros advocacies deals in wide range of activities from business law to administrative law and environmental law, among others. Other than working in his firm, Ricardo Tosto has worked in numerous other fields. For instance, he has advocated for multinational groups in Brazil and across the world. He has advocated for governments and even non-government organizations. Ricardo Tosto is not afraid to take risks as he has even represented numerous politicians of different ideological shades regardless of the cost. Ricardo Tosto has co-authored a book titled, “The Process of Tindentes” alongside Paulo Guilherme de Mendoca Lopes.