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We are a Law Office located in Sao Paulo, Brazil,and our areas of activity are Criminal Law and Commercial Debt Collection.
We are members to several international associations such as CLLA, ACA, IACC, LIC and FENCA. We also represent GCS, Global Credit Solution and EOS in Brazil.
Our major activity is to handle international claims related to exportation of goods or services and to try to recover the amounts from the importer by amicable attempts or through a lawsuit.
Following Idel’s traditions of trust, ethics, and idealism, Octavio Aronis graduated in Law from Metropolitan United Faculties in 1984 and later completed university extension at the University of California, Los Angeles, and specialization courses at Faculdade Getúlio Vargas GV). Over the past 30 years, Aronis has continued to provide a wide range of legal advisory services with the same standards of excellence as its parent, to small and medium-sized enterprises and multinational corporations that conduct business throughout Brazil and South America.
Octávio is often invited to give lectures at various national and international conferences and associations. His lectures cover topics ranging from the challenges of Criminal, Commercial and International Law to How to Do Business Effectively in Brazil and other countries in South America.
Octávio is Director of the Brazilian Confederation of Brazil (CONIB), is also one of the legal directors of the Israeli Federation of the State of São Paulo (FISESP), Vice-President of Corpore-Brasil and Counselor of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.
I’ve been practicing law since 2004, much of the time as in-house counsel for small businesses. I have personally experienced the pains of whimsical non-payment by people of means. I now dedicate my full-time efforts to achieving justice for very frustrated victims of financial wrongdoing.
In addition, finishing the job and collecting the money awarded by the court is something many great law firms don’t focus on. In fact, experienced fraudsters oftentimes put little or no money into litigation and focus their efforts on expertly hiding their assets because they know that this is the Achilles’ heal for most good lawyers, and the most effective use of their resources.
These folks engage in fraudulent asset protection schemes ranging from fraudulent bankruptcy petitions to doing business in other people’s names to selling or transferring key assets during litigation or bankruptcy to placing phony liens on their property. I make it a point to be on the lookout for this kind of thing and recover as much money as possible for my client.
For that reason commercial debt collection and judgment enforcement are every bit as important to me as the litigation side and I focus on it.
On the other side of the equation, I believe the punishment should fit the crime. I provide first-rate bankruptcy litigation services to honest consumers and companies who made bad decisions or experienced bad luck and are facing overwhelming and paralyzing lawsuits or financial obligations which make it impossible to get back on their feet, settle their obligations and move on.