Recent developments and current trends on Brazilian Private International Law concerning international contracts, by Nadia de Araujo

“Historically, the recognition of party autonomy in Private International Law has not been uniformily recognized. While since 1996, with the enforcement of the new Arbitration Law, party autonomy has been increasingly accepted in terms of international arbitration, jurisprudence on the choice of law and the choice of court clauses does not show the same progress. […]

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Private International Law in Brazil: a brief overview, by Carmen Tiburcio

“Private International Law in Brazil comprises the study of four independent subject matters: 1) nationality under domestic and international law; 2) alien’s rights, also under domestic and international law; 3) determination of the applicable legislation to legal relationships connected with foreign countries; and 4) matters related to jurisdiction in international litigation. In this sense, Private […]

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