Erica Sarubbi has significant experience in compliance and anti-corruption matters in Brazil and internationally. Ms. Sarubbi represented numerous Brazilian and international multinational corporations in a variety of anti-corruption matters, leading complex investigations with ramifications in multiple jurisdictions, including the investigation, reporting to local and international authorities and negotiation of settlement terms of Embraer S.A., the first Brazilian company to settle an anti-corruption case with U.S. and Brazilian authorities simultaneously.
Ms. Sarubbi’s practice also includes representation of clients in all stages of internal investigations, anti-corruption focused risk assessments, implementation of tailored-made compliance programs, pre-acquisition due diligence, compliance training, monitoring and internal controls testing.
Ms. Sarubbi is recognized as one of the leading attorneys in Brazil for compliance and anti-corruption by Chambers and was named by Global Investigations Review as one of the 40 under 40 investigations lawyers worldwide and one of the 100 Women in Investigations globally. Ms. Sarubbi has more than 10 years of experience in compliance matters.
Before founding Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi, she was a partner at an international law firm, where she was responsible for leading various complex anti-corruption and compliance cases. Before that, Ms. Sarubbi worked in the Compliance Department of a U.S. multinational company in Chicago, USA where she had the opportunity to help implementing a global compliance program.
Ms. Sarubbi is admitted to practice law in Brazil (2005) and in New York, USA (2009).