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LITIGATION IN BRAZIL: A COMPLICATED SYSTEM MADE SIMPLE
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Join Us on June 13, 2018Time: 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Location: Coming Soon
Litigation in Brazil can be costly and time consuming. The new Code of Civil Procedure, which came into effect a little over three years ago, was designed to simplify and shorten the duration of judicial proceedings. Yet not much has been changed for those that need to litigate cases in Brazil. Join us for an overview of Brazil’s current judicial system and proceedings in the areas of civil and tax litigation, including a discussion of the practical implications of the new Code of Civil Procedure for companies doing business in Brazil. Our panel of experts will also address frequently asked questions on topics such as attorney-client privilege, disclosure of evidence, publicity of court records, and the effects of injunctions and orders freezing assets.
Moderator:
Scott Wilson, Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP
Speakers:
Mark Perla, Senior Tax Counsel, Pfizer
Glaucia Lauletta Frascino, Partner, Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroa Advogados
Fernando Neustein, Partner, Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroa Advogados

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AFTERNOON PROGRAM WITH AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER BETI ROZENCWAJG (SEM FRONTEIRAS PRESS)
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July 12, 2018Time: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Location: Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., New York, New York

This hour and a half long afterschool workshop for kids based on two children’s picture books, Stolen Spirit and Without Words, which introduces a brief overview of Brazil’s early history while encouraging young people to think about their Brazilian heritage through their personal experiences as immigrants, or as the children of immigrants.  This workshop would present some general information about Brazil’s early history through a brief discussion, but it will also be interactive.   
Stolen Spirit, which takes place in 1500, focuses on the arrival of the Portuguese from an Indian boy’s point of view.   We can bring objects such as a sample of brazilwood to talk about how Brazil got its name and why the Portuguese were interested in this land. That would be Part I of the workshop.  We would base Part II of the workshop on our book Without Words, which is about a Brazilian immigrant boy who uses his talent for draw to adapt to life in the United States.  We would encourage kids or draw or to write about some personal experience they had with Brazil, and then share that memory with everyone else if they are comfortable. 


Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition

09-12 Jun 2018
 China Import and Export Fair(Canton Fair Complex), GuangzhouChina


logo"The most influential and comprehensive Lighting and LED event in Asia."
Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition showcases the latest wave of innovative lighting-related products and also companies stage the newest applications for retail, residential, industrial, office, hospitality, transport and urban purposes. It is easily Asia’s most influential and comprehensive lighting and LED event and a professional industry platform for cultivating new business opportunities from both within and outside the traditional industry realms.



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AAF Hong Kong 2018





galerie bruno massa - booth H04

May 17-20 at Hall 3D/3E Hong Kong
Convention & Exhibition Centre



 
MONIQUE BERTINA, RUDOLPH BURDA, PASCALE CHARRIER-ROYER,
MIREILLE CORNILLON, ALEXANDRA DE GRAVE, MARIE MIRAMONT,
FRANCESCA POMPEI, VASAVI SEETHEPALLI & SHIN SEUNG-HUN


 
Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong 2018 will exhibit over 115 galleries, showcasing a diverse range of art priced between HK$1,000 and HK$100,000. Highlights include the cutting edge Young Talent Hong Kong exhibition, the large-scale installations and our Creative Hub with M+ Rover 2018: Travelling Creative Studio. New for 2018, #ForArtSake Friday charity evening will help raise awareness of mental wellbeing and art therapy and host an international line up of artists performing live as well as speed life drawing and dance.

第六屆藝博會將展出超過115家畫廊帶來世界各地的當代藝術,更有FRESH作品選、展出本地35歲以下極具潛力藝術家的Young Talent Hong Kong、團隊精心挑選的總監之選等 。2018年的焦點包括大型裝置及創意集中地內的「M+ 敢探號 -- 流動創作教室」。2018嶄新項目#ForArtSake慈善之夜將聚焦為心理健康及藝術治療提高公眾關注,同場更有本地及國際藝術家表演、人物心靈速寫和舞蹈演出。


AAF HK INFORMATION

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VIP Preview

Thursday May 17 | 3 pm - 10 pm

#慈善之夜
#FORARTSSAKE FRIDAY

Friday, May 18 | 6 pm - 10 pm

公眾開放時間 
General
 Admission
Friday, May 18 | 12 am - 6 pm
Saturday, May 19 | 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday, May 20 | 11 am - 7 pm 


Location
Hall 3D/3E, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Expo Drive, Wanchai
Hong Kong Central, Hong Kong




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You're Invited
Seventh Annual Latin America Forecast Event
Please join us for our annual event where we bring together influential thought leaders and key practitioners for a dynamic discussion about one of the most attractive but challenging markets for corporations: Latin America.
Thursday, May 17, 2018

Registration:
4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion
Recent Developments Affecting Business Opportunities in Latin America

5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Panel Discussion
Legal Challenges Inherent in Cross-Border Transactions in Latin America

6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Guest Speakers:
Enrique Castillo – Head of Corporate Banking Americas – Banco Sabadell 
Eric Farnsworth – Vice President – Council of the Americas 
Ana Silvia Haynes – General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for LATAM for Essilor
Ignacio Rodríguez-Viña Nieto, Lead Counsel at IDB Invest
Ivan Oliveros – Executive Director – Head of Power and Renewables – Latin America Project Finance – Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Gavin Parrish – Managing Director - Global Risk & Investigations Practice – FTI Consulting
Vera Rechsteiner – Partner –  Hunton Andrews Kurth
Zamira Zapata – VP and General Counsel Caribbean & Central America – Diageo
 Moderator: Fernando C. Alonso – Chairman Latin America PracticeHunton Andrews Kurth 

Who Should Attend
In-house counsel and executives at multinational corporations who are already doing business in Latin America and/or are interested in becoming more involved in emerging markets; in-house counsel and executives at corporations looking into opportunities in Latin America. 
Complimentary program.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres to follow.
Feel free to forward this invitation to interested colleagues and friends.

BRAZILIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: INNOVATIONS IN BUILDING THE WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW


June 7, 2018Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PMLocation: Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., New York, New York



In conjunction with the Worldfund’s Education Leadership Award Dinner, The Chamber and Worldfund are pleased to organize a panel of educators and philanthropists who will discuss methods for improving public education in Brazil. This year’s panel will debate recent innovations that can improve the quality of public education while helping students develop the skills needed to participate in an increasingly globalized economy.

The panelists will discuss recent innovative developments in both public policy and private public partnerships (PPP’s). Public policy initiatives include efforts to combating school evasion, improving instruction quality, expanding full time schools, and instituting the National Core Curriculum. Simultaneously, PPP’s are helping to revamp the infrastructure of public schools and providing teachers with quality training that connects learning with the skills necessary for the jobs of the future.

Join us for a discussion with a distinguished panel of experts and practitioners who are dedicated to advancing the quality and relevance of Brazil’s public education. 
Moderator:
Kelly Maurice, Executive Director, Worldfund
Worldfund is a leading Education NGO that provides teacher and principal training programs in Mexico and Brazil. Kelly joined the organization in 2010, and has been leading its growth as the Executive Director for the since Jan. of 2015. Since then, Worldfund has doubled the size of its operations and has scaled its programs across dozens of Mexican and Brazilian states.
Panelists:
Jair Ribeiro, Founder, Parceiros da Educação
Parceiros da Educação is a civil society organization that advocates for the fundamental right of very Brazilian child to quality education, via supporting the government in the adoption of etter public policies for education and facilitating private-public partnerships aiming to improve public schools' infrastructure and students' academic performance. Mr. Ribeiro will be honored at the 2018 Education Leadership Award Dinner, Worldfund’s 15th Anniversary Gala, on June 7th at Mandarin Oriental New York City.

Marcos Magalhães, Founder, Instituto de Co-Responsabilidade pela Educação
Instituto de Co-Responsabilidade pela Educação was founded to contribute to improving the quality of Public K-12 Education by using innovations in content, method and management. The institute dedicates itself to turning public schools into full time schools with a methodology that emphasizes developing each students' life project.
Marília Gessa, STEM Brasil, Worldfund
STEM Brasil has been offering top-quality support to Science and Math teachers in public high schools and middle schools in 14 Brazilian states, and it's now scaling to Mexico. The success of the program is to synthesize the official school curriculums of Science and Math with innovation, technology, creativity, practical projects and local context. Marília has been working with strategic partnerships for STEM Brasil for 4 years and is the leader of the expansion of STEM México.

LITIGATION IN BRAZIL: A COMPLICATED SYSTEM MADE SIMPLE
June 13, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM


Litigation in Brazil can be costly and time consuming. The new Code of Civil Procedure, which came into effect a little over three years ago, was designed to simplify and shorten the duration of judicial proceedings. Yet not much has been changed for those that need to litigate cases in Brazil. Join us for an overview of Brazil’s current judicial system and proceedings in the areas of civil and tax litigation, including a discussion of the practical implications of the new Code of Civil Procedure for companies doing business in Brazil. Our panel of experts will also address frequently asked questions on topics such as attorney-client privilege, disclosure of evidence, publicity of court records, and the effects of injunctions and orders freezing assets.
Moderator:
Scott Wilson, Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP
Speakers:
Mark Perla, Senior Tax Counsel, Pfizer
Glaucia Lauletta Frascino, Partner, Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroa Advogados
Fernando Neustein, Partner, Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroa Advogados


More information: http://www.brazilcham.com/civicrm/event/info%3Freset%3D1%26id%3D36211