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Ricardo Tosto and Brazilian Law

Law is a common practice in Brazil as people seek to understand the constitution which was just put in place in 1988. Many people are unable to navigate legal matters without the appropriate legal knowledge. As such, lawyers are often consulted by many business people and other citizens, who encounter legal issues.

The Brazilian Law is mainly derived from the Portuguese legal law and is based on statutes. However, in2004, a change occurred when prior court rulings were also recognized as precedents that could be used in determining cases. Most of the lawyers start their profession at the tender age of 23 years after they have studied law for close to 6 years. Before being certified as lawyers, they are required to pass the OAB examinations. The bar examination determines who enrolls in the legal profession and who does not.

The legal field attracts a lot of applicants. In 2011 there were 677, 000 lawyers in Brazil and today there are over 1 million lawyers. Before certification, those who sit OAB exams can assist people in contract law, tax laws, and other such related fields. However, certification is the only way to open a private office or practice law publicly.

Foreign lawyers also face some restrictions in the country as their existence is regulated by the law. They do not operate as freely as the local lawyers as they are not allowed into the Brazilian courtrooms. Instead, they are only allowed to operate as foreign consultees if they have the necessary documents. The required documents are presented to the OAB, and they include Residence Brazil Visa and letters of recommendation from 3 registered Brazilian lawyers. One also needs to have a reciprocity letter from the law society.

Ricardo Tosto

Ricardo Tosto is one of the most successful lawyers in Brazil. He is not only a lawyer but also an entrepreneur, who uses tact and strategy to win cases for his clients. Moreover, his firm has employed many Brazilian lawyers, whom Ricardo Tosto personally mentors and coaches to be aggressive practitioners to learn more about us: click here.

Ricardo has been the lawyer in many national and international cases representing governments, firms, and individuals.

Bruno Fagali Apprehension of Legal Matters for the New/Sb Agency

In compliance with the Anti-corruption Laws, the New /Sb agency in Brazil has developed the Corporate Integrity Program. The agency incorporates the Secretariat of Communication of the Presidency, BNDES, Caixa and the Central Bank. It will be invited to participate in promotional and advertising competition for the international organizations. For regulation and control, the program will be under the newly enacted Ministry of transparency, supervision, and control. Bob Viera da Costa is the founding partner and will spearhead all the activities of the project with the much-needed help from Bruno Fagali, his Corporate Integrity Manager.

Naturally, there is the need to protect the public interest in regards to the program. This fastens the need for transparency, accountability and clear communication. Bob Viera da Costa has initiated the use of a code of conduct with laid out rules for compliance to directives. In addition, there is an internal Ethics Committee and a position for the Corporate Integrity Manager.

The seasoned legal expert Bruno Fagali based in Sao Paulo was appointed for the position of the Corporate Integrity Manager. He would give his perspective in matters about administration, ethics, and compliance. Among his many roles will be enforcement of the law, legal advisory, minimize divergence and resolve a crisis when they arise. To facilitate this, Bruno Fagali has a working team in Sao Paulo, Brasilia, and Rio de Janeiro. Since his responsibilities are quite sensitive, the agency will uninterruptedly assure him of the position for the next 24 months.

About Bruno Fagali
Studied Law at the Pontifical Catholic University and acquired his Master’s Degree in State Law, with a major in Public and Administrative Law from the Sao Paulo University. Practice and his education background have made him knowledgeable in matters of; regulation, administration, ethics, compliance and Urban Law. He has worked with the Brazilian Society of Public Law and the Institute of Administrative Law. For consistency and diligence in practice of the law, Bruno Fagali holds a position in the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.