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White Collar Crime

21 January 2019
Rogério Fernando Taffarello Brazilian enforcement in 2019: what to expect

Brazil - Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados

The new year started with a new government taking office. Naturally, this has led many to speculate what the government's priorities and policies will be. In particular, enforcement policies are receiving more attention than during previous inaugurations, largely due to the widespread corruption scandal following Operation Car Wash and the appointment of Sergio Moro (former lead judge overseeing Operation Car Wash) as the minister of justice.

Author: Rogério Fernando Taffarello
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