Bruno Drago earned his law degree from PUC-SP in 2001, his LLM degree in competition law from King’s College London in 2005, and his PhD in commercial law with major in competition law at Universidade de São Paulo. Bruno has been practicing in the area of Competition Law for more than 14 years, including activities related to notifications of mergers and acquisitions and associative contracts to the Brazilian Competition Policy System (SBDC), international and local cartels, and abuse of dominant position. Bruno’s experience involves several economy sectors, such as pharmaceutical, chemical, automotive, oil and gas, energy, civil construction, health, footwear, agribusiness, electric-electronic, beverage and transportation, among other industries. Bruno is also experienced in negotiating leniency agreements, cease and desist agreements (TCCs) and agreements on concentration control (ACCs) as well as in implementing and reviewing compliance programmes. Bruno was an associate attorney at Howrey LLP, in Brussels (2005–2006) and Washington DC (2007). He is a board member of the Brazilian Institute of Studies of Competition, Consumption and International Trade (IBRAC) and a member of the Competition Law Commission of the São Paulo Bar Association.