Apesar das decisões de tribunais sobre o assunto, como a do STJ, ainda não há jurisprudência consolidada sobre os balizadores do NJP.
Although the National Bureau of Supplementary Private Pension (Previc) has, by law, the duty and function to inspect closed-end supplementary pension entities (EFPCs), the Federal Accounting Court (TCU) has exercised this function on the argument that it is investigating possible damages to the public purse caused by the bad use of public resources in these entities.[1] This action is supposedly in accordance with the constitutional duty[2] of the body to supervise the application of resources of public entities if there were no mistake in this reasoning.
As a legal advisory firm with a strong presence in the business area, we have been able to perceive with great sensitivity the moments of change in investors' mood towards Brazil's economy. The most recent one, no doubt, started in the second half of 2019 and has been intensifying in the beginning of this year, driven by an atmosphere of more optimism and confidence in Brazil.
Law No. 13,874/19, enacted on September 20 after the conversion into law of the Economic Freedom Executive Order (MP 881/19), amended various points of labor legislation with the main objective of reducing bureaucracy in the procedures to be followed by employers.
Published on July 1, Resolution No. 168 of the Superior Council of the Labor Prosecution Office (CSMPT) instituted the National List of Convictions for Human Trafficking or Submission of Workers to Conditions Comparable to Slavery in suits filed by the Labor Prosecution Office.