Decision of the Supreme Court can change the course of companies included in the execution phase in labor justice proceedings
Based on the Code of Civil Procedure, Minister Gilmar Mendes claims that company can not be executed without having participated in the phase of knowledge of the action.
Labor precautions, such as internal policies or employment contracts with specific provisions on the liability of programmers, can protect companies in cases of biased algorithms.
Incorporation of climate guidelines in Brazil: recent discussions in the legislative and judicial spheres
The growing concern about climate change in the country encourages the proposition of new standards on environmental aspects, as well as innovative judicial decisions that incorporate legal guidelines related to climate issues.
Congonhas and Santos Dumont should drive dispute in new round of federal airport concessions even amid uncertainty caused by pandemic
Airports in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Belém head the three blocks formed for the auction of 16 terminals. Expected investments exceed BRL 8 billion in 30 years of the concession.
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Created to review, compile and consolidate infralegal labor standards, the program aims to better align these standards with government public policies.
Among the main issues to be discussed by global leaders is the regulation of the carbon market.
Prosecutors allege violation of the constitutional right to prior consultation of traditional and indigenous communities.
Besides reducing labor liabilities, lawsuits, and administrative sanctions, the adoption of an effective compliance program can improve the work environment.