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Marina Rocha Farias

Associate

Contact
FAS Advogados
Rua Gomes de Carvalho, 1507
4th floor
Vila Olímpia, São Paulo - SP
04547-005, Brazil
Languages Portuguese, English

Marina Rocha Farias is a lawyer responsible for Consumer Law practice at FAS Advogados. With over 10 years of experience, she has had the opportunity to deeply engage in the core of various clients' businesses, spanning diverse sectors such as telecommunications, real estate, medical services, financial institutions, and advertising agencies, among others. 

Her role extends to the formulation and execution of legal strategies, as well as the development of impactful procedural arguments. She is responsible for analyzing the inherent complexities of corporate interactions with consumers. By anticipating potential sensitive issues, she provides guidance to mitigate potential risks related to Consumer Law. 

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Education

  • 2012 – Bachelor's Degree in Law from Centro Universitário de João Pessoa - UNIPÊ 
  • 2015 – Postgraduate Degree in Civil Procedure Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP) 
  • 2019 – Extension in Judicial Reorganization and Bankruptcy from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP)
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Expertise

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17/11/2023
The dispensability of bail for eviction orders
Considering that the tenant has the opportunity to clear the default or even prove the fulfillment of his obligations, the deferral of the eviction notice without security proves a balanced solution.To...
16/11/2023
A polêmica em torno da caução no despejo liminar
Desafios na Aplicação da Lei de Locações: Equilibrando Direitos e Deveres de Locadores e Locatários no Contexto do Despejo Liminar.
22/09/2023
Su­p­eren­di­vi­da­mento do consumidor e a necessidade de interpretação razoável...
A Lei 14.181/2021 trouxe importantes mudanças no Código de Defesa do Consumidor, para prevenir o su­p­eren­di­vi­da­mento de pessoas físicas. No entanto, essa alteração legislativa gerou debates sobre o equilíbrio necessário entre proteger os consumidores e não sobrecarregar de­spro­por­cion­al­mente os fornecedores de crédito e serviços.