Following several hires made by the associated firms of DLA Piper and Mayer Brown, the Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil (OAB) has asked all international firms for information on their alliances, prompted by concerns that international firms are using their associations to recruit local lawyers.

The OAB move was reported last week by the publication Latin Lawyer. DLA’s associated firm, Campos Mello, recently hired a team from TozziniFreire, while Mayer Brown’s local firm, Tauil & Chequer, has made a number of hires from Machado Meyer Sendacz & Opice.

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