Semanário Interfases, 24 de junho a 7 de julho

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)

Redução de vencimentos de servidores para adequação de gastos com pessoal é inconstitucional

STF confirma limitação remuneratória imposta pelo teto constitucional

Ministro divulga íntegra de decisão sobre prisão de investigado no inquérito das manifestações antidemocráticas

Restrição do creditamento do PIS nas operações com pessoas jurídicas do exterior é constitucional

Mudanças no Regimento Interno enfatizam atuação colegiada do STF

Lei do RJ que proíbe fidelização em contratos de prestação de serviços é válida


Superior Tribunal de Justiça (STJ)


De Tribunais Superiores Estrangeiros

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

Opinion analysis: Court confirms limitations on federal review for asylum seekers

Justices reject effort to allow mail-in voting for all in Texas

Opinion analysis: With Roberts providing the fifth vote, court strikes down Louisiana abortion law (Updated)

Symposium: June Medical and the many faces of judicial discretion

Opinion analysis: Court rules that religious schools cannot be excluded from state funding for private schools

Opinion analysis: Court upholds “faithless elector” laws

Opinion analysis: Fractured court rules in favor of political consultants in First Amendment challenge to federal robocall law but keeps robocall ban in place


Tribunal Supremo (Espanha)

El Tribunal Supremo rechaza todos los recursos a la exhumación de Franco


Bundesverfassungsgericht (Alemanha)

Change of Presidency at the Federal Constitutional Court


De Blogs Jurídicos

Verdict

Latest Twist in the Flynn Case Highlights the Danger of Judicial Deference to Trump’s Administration

The One Thing a Cop Can Do

Stay the Course: The Supreme Court Respects Abortion Rights Precedent

COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation in New York


Regulatory Review

Improving Economic Analysis by Reorganizing Agencies’ Economists

Comparative Administrative Law Matters in the Fight Against COVID-19

Is Corporate Criminal Punishment Just Another Cost of Doing Business?

Explaining the Supreme Court’s DACA Decision


Verfassungsblog

Bringing a Hammer to the Chess Board

SCOTUS Aids Trump’s Drive to Autocracy

To Vote or Not to Vote?


Jean Pontes
Mestre em Direito (UERJ)