The multifaceted character of International Law, especially Private International Law (or, in general, conflict of laws) requires from the law enforcer a plural and flexible approach, focused on the human being who is behind the legal relationship and on the search for justice.
Considering the intensification of the scenario of movement of people and goods, remarkable in the period of the new globalization, the states nowadays provide instruments of international legal cooperation. Consequently, individuals can recognize and enforce foreign judgments in other jurisdictions.
The Brazilian Civil Procedure Code inaugurates an unprecedented phase by consolidating a relevant chapter dedicated to principles and rules of international legal cooperation. The Code establishes mechanisms and institutions of administrative and jurisdictional cooperation between States.
Aware of the singularities of the national legal system in matters of letters of request, ratification of foreign judgments and direct assistance, our qualified specialists provide support to our clients in these subjects.
We work for national and international clients, through advisory and procedural representation in all stages, from simple assistance in procedural communication to enforcement of a foreign judgment.