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Leprino Foods completa compra de todas las acciones de Lactojara

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Azevedo Sette in Digest of Commercial Laws of the World, edited by Thomson Reuters

The Brazil chapter "The Commercial Laws of Brazil" has as lead-author our partner Ricardo Barretto Ferreira, and contribution as co-authors: Luiz Eduardo Salles, partner at Azevedo Sette Advogados; Lionel Zaclis, senior consultant and consultants Juliana Sene Ikeda, Maristela...

Azevedo Sette advised Vita Participações in the acquisition of Hemolad

Azevedo Sette was legal advisor to Vita Participações S/A in the acquisition of 100% of the capital stock of Hemolad Serviços de Hemoterapia e Hematologia Ltda. Amount involved is confidential. Closed in February...

The Legal 500 | Comparative Legal Guide Brazil: Data Protection & Cyber Security

Our TMT group is author of the chapter "Brazil: Data Protection & Cyber Security", in the international book "The Legal 500 & The In-House Lawyer | Comparative Legal...

Azevedo Sette was legal advisor to Vita Participações in the acquisition of Laboratório Integrado

Azevedo Sette was legal advisor to Vita Participações S/A in the acquisition of 90% of the capital stock of Laboratório Integrado de Análises Clinicas do Rio de Janeiro. Amount involved is confidential. Closed in October...

The European Union decides on the need for data subjects active consent for the use of cookies

By Ricardo Barretto Ferreira, Juliana Ikeda, Lorena Pretti Serraglio, Isabella Aragão, Camila Chicaroni and Bruna Toniolo | In a recent ruling on privacy and the processing of personal data, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) considered that the consent...

President of the Republic signs, without vetoes, the new Telecommunications Law

The President of the Republic sanctioned, without vetoes, the New Telecommunications Law (Law n. 13.879/2019). Based on Chamber of Deputies Bill n. 79/2016, approved by the Senate, the law amends the Telecommunications Law to allow the adaptation of the telecommunications...

Facebook could be legally compelled to remove illegal content worldwide, according to a ruling by the CJEU

Contrary to Googles (aforementioned) guidance on limiting the territorial scope of the Right to Be Forgotten application, the Court of Justice of the European Union has recognized that European courts may order that Facebook and other storage providers suppress information or...
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