Ricardo Tosto thinks that the Multi-Jurisdictional Nature of Brazilian Judiciary is Important in Quick Verdicts

Ricardo Tosto, a leading attorney and one of the greatest Brazilian Law entrepreneurs, thinks that the multi-jurisdictional nature of the Brazilian judicial system is playing a pivotal role in on-time verdicts and solutions to the people. He confirms that multi-jurisdictional nature also improves its efficiency and addresses varied legal needs of the people effectively. Ricardo Tosto says that the country follows civil law tradition, and it has state level and federal level operators. The judicial system is again divided into specialized branches including military, labor, electoral, non-constitutional, and constitutional. The court structure is designed in such a way that each citizen gets three instances of appeal.

Interestingly, the cases start from first-level courts and advances to the Superior Court of Justice or the Supreme Federal Court – as the final court of appeals. The special courts also have similar level higher courts as the court of appeals, and that are Superior Labor Court, Superior Military Court, and Superior Electoral Court. Ricardo Tosto states that the high-level officials of the country, including the President, members of Congress, and Cabinet, have a right called “privileged forum.” It helps them to file their cases at the Supreme Court in the first instance. The privilege is highly criticized by various political activists in the recent years. It should be noted that the Supreme Federal Court contains 11 judges, and it has the right to invalidate any state or federal law that is challenging the structure of the constitution.

Ricardo Tosto has more than 25 years of experience in providing high-value litigation services to various clients in the country. He is the founder and partner of Leite, Tosto and Barros Advogados Associados, a leading litigation firm based in São Paulo. It focuses on business litigation and consulting with some of the largest public and private enterprises in its client list.

Ricardo Tosto takes care of the recruitment, training, and offers mentorship of its workforce. It should be noted that the firm has more than 300 lawyers and almost 100 supporting staff. Tosto has completed his Law graduation from the prestigious Mackenzie Presbiterian University and earned a Business degree from Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation.

Bruno Fagali – Respected Anti-Corruption Advocate

Bruno Fagali, a Brazilian attorney, has an exhaustive knowledge of Administrative Law. He developed a “Code of Conduct” policy for an advertising agency that addressed the anti-corruption law in compliance with national legislation. Bruno Fagali lives in São Paulo and has been in the legal field for over ten years.

In 2009, Bruno Fagali received a Bachelor degree in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. The University of Sao Paulo awarded him a Masters in Law in State, Administrative, and Anti-Corruption Law. He obtained legal certificates from the Brazilian Society of Public Law – SBDP and the Institute of Administrative Law Paulista.

Bruno Fagali native language is Portuguese while he is fluent in English, French, and Spanish. He received a scholarship from the University of Sao Paulo and advocated its program on the improvement of teaching.

Fagali Commenced his legal career as an intern at Office Model Dom Paulo Avaristo Arms in 2006. He also interned with the Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques, Law Firm and at Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Associate Lawyers. His internships were in the areas of regulatory law, bidding, and administrative contracts.

Between 2012 and 2014 he was employed by Radi, Cali and Associados Advocacy. In 2015, he was hired as the Corporate Integrity Manager for Nova/SB, an advertising agency. Nova/SB has accounts with the Central Bank and the Secretariate of Communication of the Presidency of the Republic.

In 2016, he started his law firm, Fagali Advocacy, which focuses on compliance, anti-corruption, public law, and election law. He has litigated cases before Courts of Account and Public Prosecutors.

Bruno Fagali is well-known for his integrity and professionalism in providing legal services. He espouses the ethical responsibility of companies that receive government contracts. His legal work is in response to corruption scandals.

Bruno Fagali is a Widely Informed Expert in Legal Matters

Bruno Fagali is a law specialist residing in Sao Paulo Brazil. He mainly focuses on offering legal advisory services on matters of public law, matters of elections, and corruption, with a specialty in handling legal proceedings and adherence to the law. He exerts exceptional vigor on matters concerning the regulatory law, government contracts, administrative crimes, bidding law, and civil lawsuits.

Education Background

Bruno Fagali enrolled at Sao Paulo-located Pontifical Catholic University where he attained a bachelor’s degree in Law and later did a course on Administrative Law from the same institution. He then studied at several other colleges, such as the Brazilian Society of Public Law where he studied parliamentary law, RHS Bids where he engaged in an Objections and Resources Procurement course. In 2010 he took a course in public law at Paulista Administrative Law Institute. He later attended Getulio Vargas Foundation where he undertook courses specializing in administrative law, Pharmaceuticals, and health Industry Compliance. Bruno Fagali did his master’s degree in Law of the State, Administrative, and Anti-Corruption Law at the University of Sao Paulo.

Career Path

Bruno Fagali’s career began over a decade ago as an intern at Manesco Law firm, Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault associate attorneys, and Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. His first job as a lawyer was at Radi, Calil, and Associates. Bruno Fagali later set out to start his law firm, Fagali Law last year. He is currently the Corporate Integrity Manager at New/sb, an advertising agency where he is mandated to create, apply, and oversee the firm’s integrity program.

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