Book launch: ten years of PPP Law
This month, Thomson Reuters Publishing House launched the book Parcerias Público-Privadas: reflexos sobre os 10 anos da Lei 11.079/2004 [Public-Private Partnerships: thoughts on the 10 years of Law 11.079/2004], coordinated by attorneys Marçal Justen Filho and Rafael Wallbach Schwind. The work brings together studies of more than forty experts, all based on their experiences since the enforcement of the PPP Law. The articles examine the legal discipline in general terms, as well as in specific sectors, always aiming at solutions to theoretical and practical issues. Check out the Publisher’s website.
Advanced Course of Civil Procedure – transition edition CPC/73 vs CPC/15
The new code of Civil Procedure Code shall enter into force one year after sanctioned. For that period, in which 1973 Code will be enforced, but it will be necessary to begin to understand the 2015 Code, Luiz R. Wambier and Eduardo Talamini prepared a transition edition of their Curso avançado de processo civil [Advanced Course of Civil Procedure], which Thomson Reuters Publishing House will publish as soon as the new code is sanctioned. For more information, click here.
Enforcement proceedings against Tax Authorities
The new CPC establishes important changes in the discipline of enforcement proceedings against Tax Authorities. Check out the article by Felipe Scripes Wladeck on the subject.
The compulsory review consists of the procedural mechanism designed to ensure that certain decisions contrary to the Treasury become effective just after its review by a Higher Court. The new Civil Procedure Code has given a new approach to the rule, whose peculiarities are examined in the article written by attorney Paulo Osternack Amaral.
Conversion of an individual action in a class action
The new CPC provides for the possibility of an individual action be transformed into a class action under certain conditions. Eduardo Talamini examines this new rule.
New CPC: challenges for interpretation and application
In December 2014, the Parliament passed the new CPC. The text of the new Law is being formally reviewed in the Senate, in order to be submitted to presidential sanction. From then, the hard task of interpreting and applying the new code commences. Here`s the brief editorial from Eduardo Talamini on the theme.