Bruno Fagali is a successful Brazilian attorney who has spent most of his life teaching people in the corporate world how to handle their business in regards to compliance. He has a blog called FagasPress, and he uses it to update his followers about the developments related to corporate ethics in Brazil. In a recent post, Fagali states that Goias has a Federal Court that has declared it necessary for consumers to be told the truth about the unmalted cereal used to manufacture their beer.
Fagali goes on to state that it has become common for companies to note the beer labels without uncovering the truth behind the cereal. As such, the court has declared that it will be breaking the law if a company refuses to share the details of the type of unmalted cereal utilized for beer manufacturing. According to the ruling, the culmination of events began in 2016 when four beer companies faced court injunctions set to compel them to offer information about the unmalted cereals used to produce their beers in sixty days. To find justice for the beer consumers, the case was filed and taken to the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
In the ruling of the case, Bruno Fagali wrote that following the contestation of beer manufacturers and consumers, the court rejected the particular injunction since there was no urgency like the Public Prosecutor indicated. Since they did not agree, the case was adjourned to further public hearing. Bruno went ahead and said that the ruling was controlled by the requirements of the CDC on how the beer is displayed. In simple terms, while addressing the four segments of the case, Bruno Fagali said that it was concluded that the companies that were on the wrong side of the law must provide the required information.
Bruno always knew that he would become a lawyer. As such, he pursued three master’s degrees from the Sao Paulo University. Today he is the owner of a law firm that helps clients apply the corporate law in their practices. With his blog, he has been able to help many businesses stay on the same path.
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