• Help our clients understand the complex political and geopolitical developments that can impact their projects.

  • Favorably resolve any sudden crisis or emergencies that may negatively impact our client’s operations.

  • Conduct due diligence in vetting potential parties to a transaction.

  • Negotiate agreements or contracts with both the private and public sector.

  • Understand the political, economic, social, and legal impacts events will have on specific markets and develop appropriate responses and strategies.

  • Forge relationships with potential business partners and key governmental decision makers.

  • Identify and take advantage of new business opportunities in a rapidly changing environment.

  • Resolve disputes with clients, suppliers, or even foreign governments in a timely manner and with as little impact to operations as possible.

  • Assessment of potential American production partners for Brazil-nexus/international appeal streaming (SVOD) projects

  • Negotiation of co-production/production/financing/distribution contracts

    • Sister law firm can document contracts for compliance with California contract law and US Federal Copyright Law
  • Consulting in connection with ongoing developments in international entertainment industry

  • Interface with CARB (California Air Resources Board) in connection with fuel pathways, carbon intensity (CI) calculations, amendments to the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and other LCFS matters

  • Assessment of potential California partners for Brazilian sugarcane ethanol output deals and negotiation of resulting contracts


Our clients are not limited to any specific industries or any one commercial sector. Sectors in which we have traditionally operated include, but are not limited to:

  • Renewable transportation fuels

  • California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard and the US Renewable Fuel Standard

  • Agriculture and agricultural equipment

  • Oil and Gas

  • Advertising and commercials

  • Entertainment and media, including streaming programming

  • Entertainment industry capacity-building

  • Entertainment project financing, including production loans by commercial banks

  • Disaster planning, mitigation and recovery

  • Aviation

  • Manufacturing

  • Distribution of Goods



Nathalie Hoffman founded and was CEO of CRE, a company that developed a 49.5 MW base load, “closed loop” renewable electricity power plant in California. The feedstock is California-grown biomass. CRE is certified as a “woman-owned business” (WBE) by the California Public Utilities Commission, and the electricity to be produced has been pre-certified as complying with California’s Renewables Portfolio Standard by the California Energy Commission.

We take the stress out of contract negotiation. Brazil Business Link contacts the client or brand, negotiates the terms and, and if you wish, has our sister law firm provide a legal agreement that keeps your best interest protected.

Nathalie Hoffman, Founder & CEO, Brazil Business Link


We are thrilled to use our over 30 years of expertise help you navigate the complicated Brazilian marketplace.