After all, could a Wealth Tax help the Brazilian fiscal situation?

Edson Isfer Henrique Roth Isfer As the elections for president in Brazil draw near, the discussion about the creation of a tax on large fortunes is returning among the candidates and even in the civil society. There are currently four proposals being discussed in Congress and all of them have two main justifications: relief of […]

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Broadhurst LLC supports Cayman Island Red Cross

Broadhurst LLC attended the Cayman Islands Red Cross Golf Tournament , which was held at the North Sound Golf Club. Great time supporting the Cayman Islands Red Cross at their golf tournament last week and for a good cause Colleagues Kyle Broadhurst, Joseph Romano, Kirstin Micucci, and Jodie O’Mahony attended the event.

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Eleventh Circuit: Jury Instruction About Notice to Insured of Settlement Demand Was Required (Florida)

In its recent decision, Brink v. Direct General Ins. Co., 38 F.4th 917 (11th Cir. 2022), the Eleventh Circuit ruled 2-1 that the Florida district court erred when it failed to instruct a jury that an insurer not only owed a duty to settle claims for its insured, but also owed a duty to advise its […]

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President’s First Significant Tax Legislation Addressing Drug Pricing and Climate Initiatives Becomes Law

On August 16, President Joe Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the most significant climate package in recent history, along with several key tax changes. Following the announcement of a tentative deal between Senators Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer on July 27, and since our previous Alert, Senator Kyrsten Sinema flexed her […]

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Donations and inheritances with foreign connecting factors

Written By – Arthur Sandro Golombieski Ferreira and Mayara Isfer In early 2021, the Federal Supreme Court – STF (Supreme Court in the Brazilian jurisdiction, responsible for analyzing issues related to the Federal Constitution) handed down an important tax ruling involving the ITCMD (tax on the transmission causa mortis and donation of any goods or […]

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STJ decides that public hospital should compensate for crime that occurred on its premises

Guilherme de Almeida Ribeiro By granting the special appeal filed by the mother of a patient who died from a gunshot wound in a public hospital in Rio Grande do Sul, the Second Panel of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) established the understanding that the hospital that fails to provide the minimum security, contributing […]

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Theme Day 20 Years ‘Magazine for Construction Law and Real Estate’

Our environmental law expert Ive Van Giel will speak on November 8, 2022 about the expiry regulation regarding the environmental permit. Is the proverbial “spade in the ground” within two years of granting a permit sufficient to stop the expiry of the permit? Ive provides an up-to-date state of affairs based on case law and tests this against […]

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Navigating the Cayman Islands’ Investor Black Holes With Kyle Broadhurst, Managing Partner of Broadhurst in the Cayman Islands

Kyle Broadhurst, Managing Partner of Broadhurst in the Cayman Islands and a member firm of IR Global, speaks with host Richard Levick of LEVICK about how investors should proceed with investment opportunities that touch on the Cayman Islands and how they can navigate it if fraud has been committed. Many fraud victims incorrectly believe that they have no […]

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