While many countries in the world have established and are already enforcing their data protection laws, Brazil seems to still fall short in this area. On Wednesday (April, 29), the Brazilian [...]
Poland's judiciary system has been under the watch of the EU, being critisized for the lack of independence of its judiciary. Polish judges have been complaining about the lack of independence [...]
The new ‘Whistleblower Directive’ entered into force on 16 December 2019, and represents an unprecedented step forward in the harmonization of whistleblower protection in the European Union [...]
The franchising market grew 6.8% in Brazil, in 2019, according to the research from the Brazilian Franchising Association. In this context, the new Brazilian Franchising law (no. 13.966) was [...]
On 14 January 2020, the European Green Deal Investment Plan was presented – part and parcel of Europe’s new Green Deal. Considered “Europe’s new growth strategy”, it focuses on the stable and [...]
On November 8th, the former Brazilian President Lula was freed from prison.
Le tribunal militaire de Beyrouth a déclaré pour la première fois que l’homosexualité n’était pas un crime. En effet, le procureur auprès du tribunal militaire, M. Peter Germanos, a acquitté [...]
Le 23 mai 2019, le tribunal de Nantes a rendu une décision quasi-inédite sur une question polémique en France : la reconnaissance des enfants nés par gestation pour autrui (GPA).
[AMICUS CURIAE] Every two hours a woman is murdered in Brazil. Due to the recent relaxation of gun laws in Brazil, it would not be surprising if femicides become even more frequent. In a country [...]
Après 4 ans de négociation, l'Union européenne et le Japon concluent le JEFTA (Japan-EU Free Trade Agreement), un accord bilatéral de libre-échange. Signé en juillet 2018, ratifié fin 2018 par [...]