The 2019 edition of Chambers Global recognized Veirano Advogados as leading firm in 15 practice areas.

The Resolution of the Collegiate Board of Directors number 266 of February 8, 2019 (RDC 266/2019), revokes RDC number 25, of April 4, 2008, RDC number 205, of July 13, 2005, and RDC number 148, of March 28, 2017.Partner Ali Hage gave an interview to The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY)The Brazilian Superior Court of Justice (STJ), through decision by its 2nd Class, understood that the application of the Forest Code can only be removed if there is a more rigid municipal law regarding the subject, in a conflict occurred in the municipality of Petropolis, in the Rio de Janeiro State countryside.The State Piauí is developing the first Public Private Partnership – PPP – focused on the construction, operation, maintenance, and management of solar mini-plants for the generation of photovoltaic power.Partner Fabio Figueira contributed an article to the Islamic Finance News.The Federal Board of Medicine (CFM) Resolution No. 2.227/18, published today, regulates in further detail long-distance medical consultations and procedures through technological means.

In view of the recent announcement by public authorities on the inspection of all existing dams, Veirano Advogados have formed its Dams Committee and present a new edition of its readiness system, immediate support and tools to assist in emergencies: VA Response for crises with water, wastes and tailings dams.

Brazilians authorities of the Executive, Legislative and Judiciary Branches have taken actions to suspend and review the environmental licensing proceedings of mining tailing dams.Welcome to the Life Sciences & Healthcare Newsletter, a publication prepared by our multidisciplinary team dedicated to the Healthcare industry.On January 22, 2019, Law No. 8,298 of January 21, 2019("Law") was published on the Official Electronic Gazette of the State of Rio de Janeiro, amending Law No. 4,191 of September 30, 2003, which established the State Policy on Solid Waste. The Brazilian Patent Office (INPI) and the Japanese Patent Office (JPO) established Phase II of the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) project between Brazil and Japan on January 16, in Tokyo."> Neuigkeiten und Publikationen - Veirano Advogados

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