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The article “The Petrobras and the Integrity Criterion, does the ends justify the means?””, such a important topic for the companies, was published by the TN Petrobras. In this article, Julia Mota and Ana Clara Chicrala discussed about de complex classification of the Integrity Criterion by Petrobras, which can unilaterally prevent companies to take part […]Continue reading

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On March 10, partners Julia Mota and Rita Zanforlin spoke at the webinar organized by the Brazil-Texas Chamber of Commerce on the topic “Breaking Down the New Brazilian REPETRO: Recent Tax Reliefs, Impacts on Business Structures.” The event covered challenges and opportunities of the REPETRO Regime under the perspective of tax law, customs and business […]Continue reading

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The contract has a social function, and it is up to the public authorities to prevent any type of contractual imbalance caused by an unpredictable and/or inevitable event that may generate excessive burden to one of the contractors.Brazilian law enshrines the principle of exoneration due to non-imputability, as provided in Article 393 of the Civil Code: “The […]Continue reading

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Decomissioning of facilities is a big challenge for the Brazilian oil and natural gas industry. The beginning of the production occurred in 1940 in onshore fields and in the late 1960`s for the maritime, and the fields that start its exploitation in 1998 (bid “o”) has rigs operating for over than 25 years, in its […]Continue reading

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