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Disrespecting your elders could get you in legal trouble in Brazil

Post on February 25, 2016, 4:42 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

When Brazilians talk about respecting one’s elders, they put their money where their mouth is. Giving up your seat on a train to an older person or letting them cut in front of you in a long supermarket line is considered good manners in the United States, but in Brazil, it’s the law. In the Continue Reading…

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Brazil court authorizes probes of former Rousseff top aide, Sao Paulo mayor

Post on February 24, 2016, 4:51 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

Brazil’s Supreme Court on Wednesday authorized formal investigations into President Dilma Rousseff’s former chief of staff, as well as the mayor of the country’s largest city and an opposition senator, for potential corruption. Supreme Court Justice Celso de Mello said federal prosecutors could investigate Rousseff’s former chief of staff, Aloizio Mercadante, who now serves as Continue Reading…

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I went to Brazil, even though everyone told me not to because of Zika

Post on February 23, 2016, 3:27 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

I was sitting in a taxi heading back to my hotel in Copacabana after a day touring the streets of Rio de Janeiro, when an ad came on the radio and I heard the words “Zika” and “mosquito” a few times. The cab driver chuckled lightly to himself and looked back at me in the Continue Reading…

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