Marcela Fernandes is a lawyer and the founder of Gomes Fernandes Advocacia (GFA), a legal consultancy specialized in antitrust and technology. She is the Creator and Co-Founder of the Competition Eye Initiative. She is the author of works in the areas of public and corporate law, published in Brazil and abroad. In the third sector, Marcela serves as Project Director for the Women in Antitrust Brazil (WIA) women’s network. Marcela Fernandes is a PhD student and Master in Economic and Financial Law from USP. She worked for around 15 years in the federal government, having held the positions of General Coordinator of Analysis of Infractions in the Sectors of Agriculture and Industry, of the defunct Secretariat of Economic Law of the Ministry of Justice, and General Coordinator of Investigations of International Cartels of the Cade’s General Superintendence, in addition to several specializations in the area.
Competition EyeC.eye is an online platform designed to allow quick monitoring of antitrust and regulatory standards for compliance purposes in different countries. It combines international jurisprudence structured through algorithms with large economic datasets to allow the interpretation of actual compliance risks in areas where the economic context of the situation is required to evaluate the actual risks of existing decisions (jurisprudence) for companies. It allows quick evaluations by conducts, markets, sectors, companies and countries (agencies), offering direct access to the economic background and to the public jurisprudence itself.