Newsletter - Issue 95

Law and infrastructure – Arbitration and infrastructure

On February 2 to 6, the Post-graduation Program and the Department of Economic, Financial and Tax Law from USP Law School will promote a special edition of the post-graduate course on Economic law and Infrastructure. The faculty is comprised by both Brazilian and International scholars. Eduardo Talamini will speak about  arbitration and infrastructure on February 6, at 2:00pm. Click here for more information.    

A CISG e o Brasil: book launch and international seminars

A CISG e o Brasil, published by Marcial Pons, is now available online and at bookstores. The book comprises articles from 41 international authors, under the coordination of Cesar A. Guimarães Pereira, Ingeborg Schwenzer and Leandro Tripodi. The work will be officially launched in Basel (Switzerland) during the CISG Basel Conference 2015, on January 29 and 30. Cesar A. Guimarães Pereira will speak about the CISG and public procurement. The book will also be released in Brasília, at the Jornada de Direito Comercial da ENFAM e CJF, on February 26. In Curitiba, the book will be launched on March 4, at the seminar A CISG e o Brasil, organized by CAMFIEP. To learn more about the book, visit Marcial Pons’s website.

Brief comments on the 2015 Civil Procedure Code

Also in the coming weeks, once the new Civil Procedure Code is sanctioned, the Publishing House Revista dos Tribunais – Thomson Reuters will publish Brief Comments on the CPC/15. The book, coordinated by Eduardo Talamini together with Teresa A. Alvim Wambier and Fredie Didier Jr., encompass comments on the code, article by article, prepared by more than 140 scholars from all over Brazil. For more information, visit RT’s website.

The New Civil Procedure Code – Special edition of the Newsletter

In December 2014, the Brazilian Federal Senate approved the bill for the new Civil Procedure Code. The final version of the bill is being formally reviewed at the moment. It will then be submitted for presidential sanction. As soon as the final version is presented, a special edition of this Newsletter will be published with essays on the new Code.

Scientific Symposium at University of Lisbon/USP/UFPR

On February 2 to 4, the symposium on Challenges and Prospects of Procedural Law will take place at Lisbon’s Law School. The event will bring together professors and post-graduate law students from the University of Lisbon, University of São Paulo (USP) and Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). Eduardo Talamini will speak about cooperation between parties and judges according to the new Civil Procedure Code, on February, 3 at 3:50pm. Click here for more information.

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