The legal battle for Uber in Brazil highlights the legal confusion that can arise from the ever changing influence of technology on business and society.
A woman is dead and her husband is involved. But her husband may walk away without facing prosecution under Brazilian law. The reason? Diplomatic immunity.
A constitutional amendment passed by Brazil's Congress has raised the mandatory retirement limit for Supreme Court justices from 70 to 75 years of age.
As Brazil continues to face high crime rates, politicians and citizens begin to debate the possibility of lowering the age of criminal responsibility to 16.
For one future lawyer, the fight for religious rights and freedoms in Brazil starts now - before passing the Brazilian bar exam.
New claims of corruption, this time against former President Lula, raise questions about possible influence peddling in Brazilian politics.
BlackBerry may be secure, but faced with search warrants, it turned over thousands of messages implicating politicians in Brazil's Petrobras scandal.