Semanário Interfases, 27 de maio a 9 de junho

Por Jean Pontes

Nesta página destacamos as principais notícias de Tribunais Superiores e de outros blogs jurídicos.


De Tribunais Superiores brasileiros

Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF)

STF chega a 2,5 mil processos recebidos relacionados à Covid-19

Lei de Ipatinga (MG) que proibia ensino sobre gênero e orientação sexual é inconstitucional

Incidência de ISS nos contratos de franquia é constitucional

Incidência de ISS sobre atividade de apostas é constitucional

Norma que reestruturou carreiras no Judiciário do RJ é inconstitucional

Justiça comum deve julgar complementação de aposentadoria instituída por lei


Superior Tribunal de Justiça (STJ)


De Tribunais Superiores Estrangeiros

Suprema Corte dos Estados Unidos (SCOTUS) (destaques do SCOTUSBlog)

Empirical SCOTUS: How the justices and advocates spent their speaking time during the May arguments

Court declines to lift restrictions on crowds at church services

Opinion analysis: Federal courts can review factual findings of a Convention Against Torture claim raised as a defense to crime-based removal

Opinion analysis: Justices reject limitations on enforcement of arbitration agreements by nonsignatory businesses

Opinion analysis: Justices reaffirm distinction between first and second habeas petitions


Tribunal Supremo (Espanha)

El Tribunal Supremo establece que los hospitales privados no están obligados al pago de la asistencia a pacientes derivados a los centros sanitarios públicos salvo por la existencia de convenios

El Tribunal Supremo establece que no pueden utilizarse banderas no oficiales en el exterior de los edificios públicos


Bundesverfassungsgericht (Alemanha)

The publication of an interview on the website of the Federal Ministry of the Interior violates the right of a political party to equal opportunities in the political competition


De Blogs Jurídicos

Verdict

Is There Any Point in Talking About Trump’s Upcoming Refusal to Leave Office?

Two’s Company: How About Three or More?

Before She Died, “Jane Roe” Said She Was Never Really Pro-Life: Does It Matter?


Regulatory Review

Regulatory Uncertainty Over Emergency Powers in Switzerland

Can States Close Churches Amid COVID-19?

Regulating Commercial Space Activity


Verfassungsblog

Unquestioned supremacy still begs the question

From Emergency to Disaster

Rights reaching beyond Borders

Five Reasons to Question the Legality of a National Security Law for Hong Kong


Jean Pontes
Mestre em Direito (UERJ)