Bruno Fagali is one of the upcoming brilliant attorneys of Brazil. He practices in Regulatory Law, Ethics, Administrative Law, Urban Law, and Compliance. Fagali has many years of legal experience and he is helping to change the legal system in Brazil for the better. Today he works as the Corporate Integrity Manager in Nova/SB and practice law at his own office, Fagali Law Firm.
Bruno Fagali firm is helping with Brazil’s compliance and regulatory law when it comes to enforcing advertisers to disclose if they’ve used photoshop in their ads. This is to assist in preventing the idea that a person can achieve a thin body without having a strict healthy diet. The bill for marketers to add this “photoshop alert” is under discussion.
His firm also cares about the consumer’s wallet. The legal document states that “in the case of the marketing of a bag, the so-called ‘supermarket bag’, it can not contain advertising. That is, the consumer cannot pay for a bag and still go out there advertising the establishment. ”
Bruno Fagali has made an unprecedented excellent reputation for himself. He is involved in many more cases like the previous ones mentioned.
Fagali is a well-educated attorney who is disciplined in many legal practices. He obtained his Specialization in Administrative Law 2012 from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and FGV-Gvlaw. In 2015, he received his Masters in Progress in State Law from the University of São Paulo.
He also worked with a number of law firms, such as Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law Firm, Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Advogados Associados, and Radi, Calil and Associados advocacy. In 2014, he founded Fagali law firm to provide his expertise in Public Law, Compliance, Litigation, etc.
Bruno Fagali truly believes that corporation should have integrity and he shows this by helping to enforce new laws on the subject. In fact, there is a new law which created the opportunity of companies being penalized for deeds that are harmful to the national or foreign Public Administration, such as corruption, fraud in bidding or the investment into cartels. For example, there was a notable increase in the companies’ interest in adopting Compliance programs in Brazil. Previously, only physical persons could be penalized for such practices.