MAR
14

Huawei Sues USA Due to Ban on the Use of its Equipment by American Agencies

Ericson M. Scorsim

The Chinese company Huawei is suing the United States government for barring procurement agreements related to the supply of telecommunication equipment to federal agencies.

MAR
11

DNPM Extinction

Mariana Mendonça Balga

This is one of the acts of implementation of the new Brazilian Mining Regulatory Framework, an issue that had been on the government agenda for many years and culminated in organizational, administrative and legal changes in the mining law.

FEB
25

Anti-crime bill of minister Sérgio Moro

Mariana Cardoso Magalhães

The bill was sent to the National Congress on February 13, 2019 for analysis, with voting scheduled for this year.

FEB
19

Decree decreases the effectiveness of the information access law

Mariana Cardoso Magalhães

This decree conflicts directly with one of the Brazilian initiatives best seen in these times of anti-corruption, which was the entry into the Open Government Partnership (OGP), which took place in 2011 and led to the drafting of the access to information law.

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
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21
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17
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11
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