Bruno Fagali is a top lawyer in Brazil based in Sao Paulo and over the years has successfully fought and won many legal cases for his clients, which includes corporate companies, public figures, and politicians. Bruno Fagali has studied law from the Pontifical Catholic University and completed his masters from the highly reputed University of Sao Paulo. Bruno Fagali has solved many complicated legal cases for his clients, which otherwise seemed impossible.
He comes from a humble background, and after completing his studies, Bruno Fagali joined a few law firms to gain experience and exposure. One of the law firms that Bruno Fagali joined was Radi, Calil, and Associados Advocacia. It helped him understand the intricacies of being a lawyer and helped gain the practical experience, which helped him tremendously later in life.
After working for several law firms, Bruno Fagali started Fagali Advocacy, which has grown to become a law firm to reckon with in Brazil. The law firm handles legal cases of many of the top-notch companies and public figures and has become a go-to law firm for any corporate lawsuits, litigation, financial law, administrative law, mergers and acquisitions, ethics, compliance law, and more. Bruno Fagali is an expert on the law domains mentioned above, and it is his expertise that he puts to use when solving the legal cases for his clients. He also holds a diploma in ethics and regulatory law from the Getulio Vargas Foundation.
Bruno Fagali writes about the law on his blog regularly and recently wrote about the rule that any retouched photographs of models in advertising campaigns need to mention that the images are retouched or digitally modified. Bruno Fagali said that such a law has been prevalent in Brazil for a long time and is a necessary law as the models showcased in magazines are considered a role model by many girls, which has to lead to anorexia among girls these days. Bruno Fagali said that there should be greater consumer awareness and the advertisers should be careful to mention that the photos on display in magazines are digitally modified else there can be severe penalties.
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