Eduardo Talamini is partner of Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini since 1994. He was admitted to practice (Brazil) in 1993. He is a renowned civil procedure writer and is a law professor at UFPR, having published over a hundred articles and essays and several books on civil procedure, constitutional law, arbitration and public law. He is often consulted to deliver legal opinions on civil procedure and constitutional law. He holds an LL.M (2000) and PhD (2004) in Civil Procedure from USP, that also granted him a professorship status (“Livre Docência”). He is a member of several international civil procedure associations and vice-president of the arbitration center of the Federation of Industries of the State of Paraná.
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Law Degree, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR), 1992
LL.M in Civil Procedure, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), 2000
PhD in Civil Procedure, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), 2004
Livre-docente in Civil Procedure, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), 2008Currículo Lattes
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Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 2
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 2RT, 12th ed., 2012
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 2 has been greatly reworked in its newest edition. In addition to the complements and updates that have marked every new edition, the new release features a reformulation and redistribution of its chapters. New chapters were written to allow for a deeper study of themes that had been previously examined within other chapters. Volume 2 examines objections raised during writs of execution (“plea of pre-execution”), a topic that had different aspects examined in separate chapters but is now examined separately in its own chapter – in the section focused on the means of defense of the execution debtor and third parties. Another new feature is the distribution of chapters within sections (“parts”) and a new sequence of topics, more aligned with the changes to the procedural system over the more than twelve years since the original publication of this book and its subsequent editions. These changes made this a more dynamic work, furnishing readers with quicker access to the points they are searching for.
Arbitration and State Parties
Arbitration and State PartiesSaraiva, 1st ed., 2010
Cesar A. Guimarães Pereira and Eduardo Talamini edited this book of essays about arbitration and state parties. They invited specialists in Procedural Law, Administrative Law, Law and Economics and International Law to write about the limits and the effective implementation of arbitration as a form of alternative dispute resolution when one of the parties is a public authority.
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 1
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 1RT, 12th ed., 2011
The successful method developed by the authors in 1997 now reaches its 12th edition. Advanced Civil Procedure�€™s method consists in clearly and objectively stating its themes, and including scripts that can be used by students as study guides and by professors as suggestions on preparing classes on each topic. As in previous editions, each chapter features a suggestion of reading material deemed fundamental for the full understanding of the chapter�€™s subject matter, as well as a complementary bibliography indicated for those who wish to delve deeper into the topic. The 12th edition of Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 1 was rigorously updated, including references to the legislative bill for the new Civil Procedure Code. While it is a coursebook on current civil procedure, the book already brings comparisons between the present Civil Procedure Code and the newly proposed Code.
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 3
Advanced Civil Procedure Vol. 3RT, 11th ed., 2011
Renowned in the Brazilian legal setting for its depth and ease of understanding, Volume 3 of Advanced Civil Procedure reaches its 11th edition. The newest publication has been completely updated with the most recent changes to the Civil Procedure Code on the topics examined in this volume, namely those enacted by Law 11.419/2006, which established the electronic process, and Law 11.441/2007, which authorized that consensual separation, inventory, apportionment and consensual divorces be done through administrative procedures. The book also makes mentions to Law 11.340/2006, which provides for measures in cases of domestic violence against women. Chapters brings the author�€™s understanding on each point, including recent changes to the legal system, followed by a synoptic chart highlighting the main ideas in order to facilitate studies. The book also brings suggested readings from academic sources and renowned legal experts in each field.
Materialized Procedural Law
Materialized Procedural LawFórum, 1st ed., 2010
This book brings together a collection of the most important legal opinions written by the author over several years. The opinions deal with a wide array of topics on civil procedural law, constitutional procedure, arbitration and general theory of law and procedure. Substantive law issues are also analyzed when relevant to the definition of procedural matters. In one of the legal opinions, general categories of law are also studied, but in a procedural context, so as to solve issues of substantive law.
Res Judicata and its Judicial Review
Res Judicata and its Judicial ReviewRT, 1st ed., 2005
This book studies the relation between res judicata and the Constitution, a hotly debated theme among academics. On the one hand, the study seeks to define res judicata and examine its limits, grounds for review and legitimizing elements, in accordance do the Constitution. On the other, it considers the grounds on which it is possible to “relativize” the power of res judicata. The key here is constitutional in nature. However, it falls to scholars to define the means and criteria to be applied in so doing, not only to make the break with res judicata possible, but also to impose limits on it.
Public-Private Partnerships: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Public-Private Partnerships: A Multidisciplinary ApproachRT, 1st ed., 2005
This collection brings together the transcription of several lectures given by renowned jurists and economists on a seminar on Public-Private Partnerships, resulting in a multidisciplinary vision of the topic. The quality of the texts allow for analyses that consolidate the aspirations and concerns of investors. Among the points in discussion are the proposal of PPPs in Brazil and the concrete difficulties in obtaining financing, the legal system of public procurement and the fiscal responsibility laws and innovations and structure of the contracts. A general view on the subject serves as the closing point for the book.
Court Relief in Affirmative and Negative Covenants
Court Relief in Affirmative and Negative CovenantsRT, 2nd ed., 2003
This study focuses on the general system of court relief relative to affirmative and negative covenants, as established by the rules of article 461 of the Civil Procedure Code. It considers the idea of effectiveness in order to identify the authority of the judge and the position of the parties, demonstrating the relevance of this mechanism to the system of court reliefs. The author seeks to show the manner in which the various precepts of the aforementioned rules originate a process that leads to several measures other than those that had previously been applied to affirmative and negative covenants – which also characterize the respective claims. The notion of investigating the viability and convenience of extending the measures of article 461 to different covenants is explored in-depth, including the recently introduced article 461-4 of the Civil Procedure Code which allowed the extension of these rules to the covenant to deliver a specific object.
Monition ActionRT, 2nd ed., 2001
This work focuses on finding proper solutions to practical problems of the monition process, through a firm handle on theory, seeking adequate results for the procedure. It treats with themes such as the differential characteristics of monition relief, interim relief, exemption from court costs, attorneys�€™ fees and monition action against the government. In so doing, it studies the entirety of the monition process, from start to finish. Finally, the book presents a broad range of case law on the monition procedure, citing over two hundred court decisions.
– Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Federal do Paraná Award, of 1992, for having been graduated with the highest score.
– Professor Enéas Marques dos Santos Award, of 1992, for having the highest score in Civil Procedure Law course
– Professor Ernani Guarita Cartaxo Award, of 1992, for having the highest score in Criminal Procedure Law course
– Professor Vieira Cavalcanti Award, of 1992, for having the highest score in Corporate Law course
– Professor Teixeira de Freitas Award, of 1992, for having the highest score in Civil Law course