When the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) decided at the end of last year to reinstate the bank freeze, or fiduciary assignment of receivables, which had been suspended by the court in a judicial reorganization case, it took into account the concept...
In order to avoid having Brazilian courts produce different decisions on a single issue and seeking to accelerate the resolution of multiple demands dependent on a review of the same legal matter, the Code of Civil Procedure of 2015 inaugurated the...
In a recent judgment, the Third Panel of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) ruled out the requirement to post bond by a foreign legal entity duly represented in Brazil and who seeks to file a lawsuit in Brazil.[1] In the specific case, the suit...
The São Paulo State Court of Appeals (TJSP) has ruled in a recent judgment that the São Paulo State Tax Authority must reimburse costs and procedural expenses incurred by a defendant acquitted in a public civil action for administrative...
The Brazilian Arbitration Law (Federal Law No. 9,307/1996) enshrines, in its article 8, sole paragraph, the so-called principle of jurisdiction over jurisdiction, according to which it is up to the arbitrators to decide on their own jurisdiction...
In force since September 5, Ordinance No. 1,189/2018, issued by the Ministry of Justice, establishes new rules and improves those rules that were already in force for the process of creating parental advisory ratings for audiovisual materials...
The Supreme Court of Justice (STJ) recently took a position on a controversial subject that is the subject of doubts and uncertainties: whether the appropriate appeal against decisions rendered with respect to execution and enforcement of judgment...
Among the significant changes in the framework of registered warrants (precatórios) promoted by Constitutional Amendment No. 99, of December 14, 2017, the fourth paragraph of article 101 of the Transitory Constitutional Provisions Act (ADCT)...
The new Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) brought in several innovations aimed at ensuring greater effectiveness and speed in proceedings. Among them, article 139, item IV, of the CPC confers on the magistrate the power to "determine all inducive...
The new Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) prizes the parties' autonomy of will and values conciliation and the institution of a cooperative procedural model, principles embodied in the institute of procedural legal business (article 190). Fully capable...
The decision issued by the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) relating to Special Appeal No. 1.634.851-RJ presents important definitions regarding the duty of cooperation between retailer and manufacturer in remedying defects in consumer goods. The...
The Federal Constitution, in article 37, paragraph 5, provides that the statutory limitations periods for unlawful acts against the Brazilian treasury shall be established by law, except for suits for reimbursement. This caveat admitted the...

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