Sergio Sá


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Sergio Sá

Sergio Ricardo Correia de Sá Junior joined Licks Attorneys’ Rio de Janeiro office as an attorney at law in 2016. He has focused his practice on litigation, intellectual property and regulatory cases. Prior to his experience in one of the biggest telecommunication companies in Latin America, Sergio worked in a boutique law firm drawing legal opinions on national and international taxes, as well as administrative matters. Mr. de Sá began his career in a prominent full-service Brazilian law firm, where he worked as an intern with complex disputes involving large companies, mainly in the fields of civil and real state law.

+ Languages
  • Portuguese
  • English
  • German

+ Practice Areas
  • Patents
  • Litigation
  • Cyber Security & Data Protection
  • Regulatory
  • Telecom & Iot
+ Representative Cases
  • Represented an American app developer company in several lawsuits seeking the right to freely operate in Brazil. Managed to have the injunction determining the suspension of the app revoked;
  • Worked during the inicial period of the biggest judicial reorganization of Latin America, in order to restructure the liabilities of a Brazilian telecommunications company.
+ Professional Highlights
+ Representative Experience
+ Affiliations
  • ‍ Brazilian Bar Association (OAB – RJ).
+ Education
  • Post Graduate Program in Intellectual Property, Pontifical Catholic University – Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ), 2018;
  • Extension Program in Arbitration, Superior School of Law of the Brazilian Bar Association – Rio de Janeiro (ESA OAB/RJ), 2016;
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), with curricular empashis on Civil Litigation, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ), 2015.
+ Publications
  • Author of the article: “Concorrência desleal e abuso do Direito de propriedade intelectual” (Revista da Magistratura Regional Federal 2ª Região, 2018);
  • Author of the final paper for post-graduation: “Regulação jurídica sobre a proteção de dados no Brasil” (Pontifical Catholic University – Rio de Janeiro, 2018).