The system of Brazilian law is a unique one that is comprised of many intersecting and sometimes outdated laws.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 are objects that cover the face as a response to the high number of robberies that were being committed by bikers wearing helmets and read full article.
There few international attorneys with a resume as decorated as Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is an attorney who is based in the South American nation of Brazil and who has spent many years studying law and refining his craft so that he can leverage his experience to his clients’ benefit. Part of what sets Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho apart from others in the legal field is his membership in many illustrious organizations in the world of Brazilian law. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is a member of associations such as Revista dos Tribunais, the International Bar Association in addition to being tapped to serve on the board of the Center for Attorney Partnerships. Ricardo’s peers in the legal field have recognized his expertise and sought his insight by inviting him to participate in other organizations such as the Institute for Political Party and Election Law Studies where he serves as an administrator and what Ricardo knows.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho spends his time fulfilling the duties that his commitments to these various organizations require in addition to working at his busy law practice that is known as Leite, Tosto e Barros. Ricardo is one of the founding partners of the firm. The law practice Leite, Tosto e Barros specializes in the area of corporate law and provides its clients with legal advice concerning issues such as environmental law, mergers and acquisitions, issues that pertain to corporate law and issues that concern consumers’ rights. Ricardo and his partners have based their law firm in Sao Paolo, Brazil and have also opened another location of Leite, Tosto e Barros in Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.