St. Paul’s School, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Courses at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (1953). Graduate of the Law School of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Class of 1959).
Working as a partner of DANIEL & CIA.
"English translation of Law No. 5772 of December 21, 1971," (the present Brazilian Patent and Trademark Law), published in Trade Mark and Patent review, issues of March, April, May and June, 1972. 'Restrictions on Industrial Property Acts or Contracts in Brazil," 1975.
"Patent Decisions and the Brazilian Antitrust Law," 1975. "Licensing in Brazil," (also published in Patent Law Review - 1975 and in Eckstrom’s Licensing in Foreign and Domestic Operations), 1975. "Trademark Policy in Brazil under the Second Basic Plan for Scientific and Technological Development" (Paper read at The United States Trademark Association Annual Meeting in Kansas City, 1976).
"On the Possibility of Extending the Term of Patents in Brazil" and "Protection of Trademark Rights in Brazil” (Papers read at Seminar on Brazil-World Trade Center, New York-1976). "Trademarks in Brazil," 1981. "Technology Transfer in Brazil," 1979.
"Feeling the Pulse of Brazil's INPI on Technology Transfer and Patent and Trademark License Agreements - A Glimpse into Present and Future Trends," published by The American Bar Association (Current Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America), 1978. "Brazil's INPI Wins First Cases," 1980. "Brazil Strengthens Restrictions," 1981.
"Trademark Piracy: The Brazilian Way," 1984. "Modern Piracy: The 'Brazilianization' of Well-known Foreign Trademarks and Economic Nationalism," 1986. "Patents in Brazil," 1986.
Brazilian Bar Association. International Member of the Licensing Executives Society (USA) Inc. Institute of Brazilian Attorneys.