Newsletter - Issue 109

Appointment right

Does an approved candidate of a public examination, not classified within the number of places provided for in the invitation, have the appointment right? Karlin Olbertz Niebuhr has examined the issue considering a recent decision of the Federal Supreme Court, with general repercussion, on the Extraordinary Appeal n. 837311.

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Federal Court of Accounts: criteria to use the integrated contracting (Differential Public Regime)

Daniel Siqueira Borda has written an article about the Federal Court of Accounts recent decision (n. 1850/2015), published at the Court’s Informative n. 253, which examines the Public Administration’s criteria to justify the use of integrated contracting regime provided for in Article 9 of the Differential Public Procurement Regime (Law 12.462/2011).

New Civil Procedure Code: prejudicial issues and res judicata

In order to continue the series of articles related to the New Civil Procedure Code, Eduardo Talamini examines the differences between res judicata and the prejudicial issues (related to the existence, inexistence or the way of a legal relation or situation) considering the new code.

Brazil Infrastructure Law

Brazil Infrastructure Law, a book co-organized by Marçal Justen Filho and Cesar Pereira, is available for purchasing in the printed form or e-book. The book contains articles of 36 Brazilian and foreign legal specialized writers, many of them partners and associates of Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini. It also offers bilingual texts of the main relevant Brazilian infrastructure legislation. Click here to see the invitation to the book’s launch, which will occur in 20th of March, during the Willem C. Vis Moot in Vienna.

Advanced Course of Civil Procedural Law

The new release of the Advanced Course of Civil Procedural Law, written by Eduardo Talamini and Luiz Rodrigues Wambier, is already on the bookstores. The book has been entirely rewritten and reorganized. Click here for more information.

Public Procurement Law Review

The 2016’s first volume of the renowned Public Procurement Law Review, organized by Professor Sue Arrowsmith of Nottingham University, contains an article of Cesar Pereira about the “Application of the CISG to International Government Procurement of Goods”. Click here to access more information about the review. Cesar Pereira and Rafael Wallbach Schwind are currently leading a research project at Nottingham University about self-cleaning, disreputability and leniency agreements. The matter is also the subject of another research project of Cesar Pereira at European University Institute in Italy.

Public biddings on debate at the Engineering Institute of Paraná (Curitiba – 12nd of April)

On 12nd of April, in Curitiba, the lawyer Guilherme F. Dias Reisdorfer will give a lecture about the legal aspects of public biddings and the relationship between Public Administration and bidders. It will take place at the headquarters of the Engineering Institute of Paraná (IEP). Enrollment and more information are available at IEP’s website.

FEPASC Speeches Cycle (Curitiba – 31st of March)

On 31st of March, in Curitiba, FEPASC (Federation of Transport Passengers Companies of Paraná and Santa Catarina States) will promote a Speeches Cycle regarding the legal aspects of public services of passenger’s transportation. Supported by Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini, the cycle will count with the presence of Marçal Justen Filho, Eduardo Talamini and other lawyers of the firm. Click here to access the program and other information of the event.

“IBDP Toasts” on the week of the New Civil Procedural Code (São Paulo – 17th of March)

One more edition of the “IBDP (Brazilian Institute of Procedural Law) Toasts” will occur on 17th of March, in São Paulo, at Machado Meyer Law Firm (3144, Brigadeiro Faria Lima Avenue). Larissa Tunala will be the speaker, and William S. Ferreira and Thiago Rodovalho will be the debaters. Theme: venire contra factum proprium in the civil procedure law. Eduardo Talamini and Heitor Sica coordinate the project. The event is free, but has limited places. In order to enroll, click here.  

Debates on the new Civil Procedure Code (São Paulo – in March)

Eduardo Talamini will give lectures and conferences in São Paulo regarding aspects of the new Civil Procedure Code, which will become effective during this week. On 16th of March he will talk about precedents (at AASP), on 17th about tax procedural law (at Foco Fiscal) and about appeal (at AGU/Mackenzie) and on 18th about the Federal Supreme Court’s constitutionality control decision as grounding to object sentence enforcement. On 11st of March, also in São Paulo (at the Federal Court), Eduardo Talamini gave a lecture about binding precedents and case law changes.

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