Brazil's Supreme Court recently voted unanimously to overturn a 2003 law that prevented the publication of unauthorized biographies about celebrities.
As Brazil attempts to get its fiscal house in order, Brazilian workers are seeing their benefits diminish with the latest amendment to the unemployment law.
In an attempt to satisfy the interests of both the business sector and its indigenous communities, Brazil enacts a new biodiversity law.
With crime on the rise, Brazilian lawmakers are considering a constitutional amendment to lower the age of criminal responsibility from 18 to 16.
The Olympics are coming! But with the excitement comes anger as residents of one community are being evicted from their homes to make room for new roads.
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.