A class action or a class suit is a collective lawsuit that originated in the United States. Collective representation exists in the Brazilian civil law legal system and has practices and procedures similar to those found in the U.S. Here you will learn how this form of collective representation works in Brazil.
In order to improve the traffic in the city, the government of São Paulo created the Zona de Máxima Restrição à Circulação, also known as ZMRC. In this article you will find out what is ZMRC, where and how it is applied.
In Brazil, e-commerce has became an usual way of buying products and services and, as in any type of economic activity, it must be regulated. Currently new laws regulating e-commerce had been approved in the country. Here you will find what was established for them.
STAY CONNECT WITH US
In some business, the industrial design is as important as the branch or technology of the product in question. Registering it is a recommended measure to protect the design. Here you will discover how to do it.
In this article, you will find the procedures to remit dividends and profits to nonresidents and companies abroad.
The unofficial – but legal – sale of different products is a common practice nowadays, considering the easiness of buying goods in others places and via internet.
The pousada segment is booming in Brazil. Before opening one, it's important to gather information such as the initial investment, the return period for the sector legislation, how to attract customers, among others. Here we have the main points for those who want to open an inn.
New technologies make copyrights one of the most discussed subjects in the contemporary society. Learn in this article how Brazilian legislation deals with it.
Registering a trademark is one of the big steps when forming a company. Just like getting a patent, it has some rules and other information that are necessary in order to complete the process.
Brazil is ranked fifth globally among those countries that have a formal system for hiring temporary workers. The retail sector has the most temporary workers due to special occasions such as Christmas, Easter, and Mother’s Day. Learn in this article what regulations govern temporary work generally, and the advantages and disadvantages for both companies and for the workers.