Among the provisions set forth in the CPC / 15, the topic of standardization of jurisprudence – with the use of different mechanisms – is still one of the most controversial issues among the scholars and, to some extent, among the courts. This column, in order to illustrate it, has published at least three articles [...]
Among the new ideas brought by the CCP / 15, one of the most controversial innovations – both for the doctrine and in court – refers to the rule of item IV in art. 139, which, within the topic of the powers and duties of the judges, was written to determine "inductive and coercive measures, [...]
I was fully committed to writing about co-operation in civil procedural law when I was distracted by the following news: there is an ongoing judgment before the Superior Court of Justice in which the Special Court is discussing whether it is possible to establish the so-called incident for the resolution of repetitive demands (IRRD). It [...]
Dear colleague, We have never met each other in person. I appreciate the result of your work, but I almost always do it at a distance – both in space and in time. Contracts are our most relevant link. However, the diversity of our professional areas, the apparent lack of harmony between the goals that [...]
Outsourcing as a legal issue: pending lawsuits and cases that have already been heard (first impressions)
The topic of the so-called outsourcing is notoriously uncommon in the areas of procedural law. However, the existence of two appeals presenting the general repercussion requirements (one in the specific field of telecommunications, and another having a generic scope), already accepted by the Federal Supreme Court, as well as the recent enactment of a Bill [...]
Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.