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As a specialist in Labor Law, Alexandre has worked in law firms since 1999 in the advisory, litigation, and administrative areas. He has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, audits, and collective bargaining involving the Public Labor Prosecutor Office, the Regional Labor Office, and several unions. He has been a partner at Briganti Advogados since 2016. 


  • Master’s degree in Labor Law from PUC-SP;
  • Graduated in Labor Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP);
  • Bachelor’s degree in Law from Centro Universitário FIEO (UNIFIEO).


Portuguese and English.

Alexandre’s related news

Divergences between the STF and TST on pejotization

In an article for Revista Consultor Jurídico (ConJur), partner Alexandre Fragoso Silvestre talks about the news that has emerged about STF decisions that change previous TST and TRT decisions. These decisions mainly deal with the recognition of employment relationships for workers hired as legal entities. “The case being discussed must be closely connected, correlated, bring the same facts, so that it can then have its merits assessed. In other words, in order to allow pejotização, for example, of doctors or any other liberal professional, it…

Law created during the pandemic could be a shortcut to preserving jobs in Rio Grande do Sul

In a comment to InfoMoney, partner Alexandre Fragoso Silvestre talks about law 14.437, created during the pandemic, which could be a shortcut to preserving jobs in Rio Grande do Sul. “Thanks to the law, many jobs were preserved and companies were able to keep their cash flowing. Unfortunately, the tragedy that is now striking the state of Rio Grande do Sul is also very big and will certainly depend on all help to recover,” Alexandre recalls. Check out the full story at

Law 14,611, of July 2023, and equal pay

Law No. 14,611 was published, bringing a new angle to wage equality and remuneration criteria between women and men who perform work of equal value or perform the same function, as well as amending the Consolidation of Labor Laws (CLT), which now provides for a fine of 10 times the amount of the new salary owed by the employer to the discriminated employee, and increased to twice as much, in case of recurrence, without prejudice to other legal sanctions. In addition, the same law determines…