FEB
14

The State of the art of right to freedom of religion in Russia

Wilson Knoner Campos

Time to see if OHCHR will take a step towards demanding legally binding of UDHR and other legal tools to exemplarily not only sanction Russia but to enforce all necessary means to release Dennis Christensen from illegal imprisonment due to his mere exercising of right to freedom of religion.

FEB
1

Annual economic-financial declaration of foreign investments

Enrique Tello Hadad and Eduardo Urrutia Depassier

This is to inform you about the proximity of the terms set forth in the Circular No. 3.822/17 of the Brazilian Central Bank, for companies recipients of foreign investment to declare their economic-financial information at the Brazilian Central Bank System.

JAN
24
JAN
21
JAN
17
JAN
11
NOV
23
2018

Is Unilateral Revocation of the Indus Water Treaty Permissible Under International Law?

Muhammad Sufyan Zia

The present piece is an attempt to explore whether unilateral withdrawal by India from IWT violates the international law in general and amounts to “act of aggression” in particular as argued by Pakistan.

NOV
22
2018

Exxon Embraces Activism, at Least in the Courts

Steven H. Shiffrin and Shanna Cleveland

On October 24, 2018, New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood sued Exxon for defrauding investors about the business risks of climate change. Of course, Exxon will probably deny that it committed fraud. But, in anticipation of this day, the oil giant has spent the last two years preparing a far more insidious legal defense: that its fraud is actually protected by the Constitution’s guarantee of freedom of speech.

OCT
9
2018

The Internet of Things: the Public Consultation of Anatel on the Regulation of IoT Applications and Machine to Machine Communication

Ericson M. Scorsim

The Internet of Things, known as IoT, is a market trend in internet applications.

OCT
4
2018

Compulsory dismissal for an employee based only in his/her age

Maria Lucia Ciampa Benhame Puglisi

Even in other countries this kind of program can be usual, in Brazil, the situation is very delicate and will be examined under different rules considering Brazilian laws that regulate the employment contract, compulsory retirement, and protection to the elderly.

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