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Roberto Liesegang will be a panelist at Terralex Seminary

International Business event will be held in Boston in October

 
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General Law of Protection of Personal Data in Brazil

Paola Luongo Lorenzetti, Fernando Stacchini e Kengo Kashiwa gave lectures on the subject to Japanese expatriates.

 
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Horacio Bernardes Neto in interview for Valor Econômico

On legal fees, which are calculated based on shareholders’ equity

 
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Environmental Report August 2018 – Biodiversity Law

Environmental Team comments on Federal Law nº 13.123/2015

 
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Roberto Liesegang e Diogo Dias talk about foreign investors in Brazil

Bureaucracy, legislation and tax burden interfere with the option of investing in the country.

 
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Horacio Bernardes Neto gives interview to Rádio Nacional

Listen to the interview about the IBA presidency and the app that allows the registration of human rights violations

 
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Article: Protection of personal data in Brazil

The Technology, Digital Law and Intellectual Property team comments on the law that will be sanctioned soon.

 
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Environmental Report – August 2018

Environmental Team comments on New Requirements for Environmental Licensing in the State of São Paulo

 
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Horacio Bernardes Neto talks about new app developed by IBA

Vice President of IBA talks about new app that allows the registration of human rights violations

 
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Márcio Gea participates in the Meeting of Presidents and Officers of the Fritz Müller Foundation

With lecture on Compliance, Corporate Governance, Corporate Anti-Corruption Law, Prevention of Money Laundering and Responsibility of Directors.

 
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Horacio Bernardes Neto will be the first Brazilian president of IBA

In an interview with TV Migalhas he talks about the projects of the Association

 
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Latin Lawyer News

Twenty-six local and four international firms reported working on 26 debt issuances by Brazilian companies worth a combined US$7 billion in April.