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Azevedo Sette is coauthor of the book Digest of Commercial Laws of the World, by Thomson Reuters

Written by lawyers who practice in the nearly 60 jurisdictions covered, Digest of Commercial Laws of the World is a practitioner-oriented compilation of expert commentary and practical guidance regarding the establishment and conduct of business across the globe....

Azevedo Sette was recognized by Chambers Latin America 2021 guide as reference in several practices

Azevedo Sette was recognized by Chambers Latin America guide as reference in several...

LGPD may take effect in the next few days and the ANPD has its regulatory structure constituted

As everyone knows, the Provisional Measure 959 (“MP 959”), which, among other matters, dealt with the validity of the LGPD, was evaluated in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, August 25. At that time, MP 959 became the Bill No. 34 (“PLV 34”), and its article 4th...

Azevedo Sette hires banking partner in Brazil

Azevedo Sette Advogados has added its fifth new partner since February, this time strengthening its banking and finance practice by recruiting an in-house...

Azevedo Sette adds disputes partner in Brazil

Azevedo Sette Advogados has boosted its arbitration and disputes resolution practice by hiring a partner from newly rebranded Mattos Engelberg Echenique...

Deadline for sending the Annual Foreign Capital Census

The deadline for sending the Annual Census of Foreign Capital starts on July 1st and ends on August 15th,...

Azevedo Sette Advogados introduces new partner in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution practices

Azevedo Sette Advogados has boosted its arbitration and dispute resolution practices group with new partner Felipe Moraes join our firm...

Flexibilization on the rendering of telecommunications services

Over the years, the exploitation of telecommunications services has been transformed by global technological developments and the emerging demands of globalization. In Brazil, the state monopoly exploitation model on telecommunications services “survived” until the 90’s,...
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