Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho, a Great Brazilian Lawyer
Posted on : 10-06-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The Brazilian law is usually based mainly on statutes, a statute being a written law that has been approved an passed by the legislature. Recently, the law of Brazil has been based on the súmulas vinculantes system. This mechanism is used only partly and is not the backbone of their dictum and more information click here. The Supreme Law, the Federal Constitution, was created on October 1988. The Civil Code, Penal Code, Commercial Code, National Tributary Code, Consolidation of Labor Codes; among a few others are examples of essential federal…
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Why Richardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is One of Brazil’s Leading Lawyers
Posted on : 09-12-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The system of Brazilian law is a unique one that is comprised of many intersecting and sometimes outdated laws. Like many former colonies its system of law is influenced by legal traditions that find their origins in Europe. According to TheBrazilBusiness.com there are some laws that are unique to Brazil. Some of those laws include prohibitions around hunting and wearing helmets in public places. Currently hunting is officially forbidden in Brazil with exceptions that are made to preserve the lifestyles of indigenous communities. Helmets are forbidden in public places as…
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Jeremy Goldstein Milestones in the Legal Field
Posted on : 08-31-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In a recent article, Jeremy Goldstein explained how an options compensation might be a preferred way given to employees to choose from by employers. In fact, he asserts that although more equities and higher salaries are what most employees are resulting to due to economic fluctuations, allowing employees to choose stock options may increase productivity and efficiency ways. Since the individual earnings in this option are tied to increased shares value of the corporation, the staff are likely to work harder in a manner like attracting more clients, retaining the…
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New Zealand Not a Tax Haven –Cone Marshall
Posted on : 12-01-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Cone Marshall is one of the largest law firms in New Zealand, and it is the only law firm that specializes in tax trust and trustee management in New Zealand. Cone Marshall was established in 1999 and is located in Auckland New Zealand Parnell House Level 3 Auckland 1151.   Cone Marshall was created with the primary purpose of assisting international families together with their advisors to create the companies as well as New Zealand partnership. The firm also helps the international families’ advice on how to plan their wealth…
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Remalda Sues Laidlaw
Posted on : 10-04-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
I recently read that the New York-based Relmada Therapeutics, Inc. develops innovative therapies for the treatment of chronic pain. They have previously filed a complaint against Laidlaw & Company Ltd. The complaint says while acting as an investment banker on behalf of Remalda, Laidlaw was given confidential company information which they then unethically disclosed. The firm is in the process of seeking financial reimbursement for the loss of money it incurred because of this breach. Remalda has also filed a temporary restraining order and injunction against Laidlaw and its principals,…
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