Webinar looks at judicial, administrative and tax enforcement processes in 21st century
The Nucleus for Fiscal Studies at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School is holding a free webinar called “Administrative, Judicial and Tax Enforcement Processes in the 21st Century.” The public event will be livestreamed on FGV’s YouTube channel on June 22, at 10 am.
The aim is to discuss administrative, judicial and tax enforcement processes in the 21st century and ways in which the administrative and judicial systems may evolve and become more harmonized, including the regime of precedents.
The event will cap off half a year of meetings, debates and bibliographic study related to the topic, undertaken by researchers on a project called “Administrative, Judicial and Tax Enforcement Processes in the 21st Century,” carried out at the Nucleus for Fiscal Studies.
The project’s main objectives are to foster dialogue between all parties involved in tax obligations, especially before they are formed; prevent disputes, or if there are disputes, handle them extrajudicially; maximize the consensual application of binding precedents issued by the judiciary; and adjust ontological factors and tax efficiencies in the application of principles, rules, procedures and instruments governed by general procedural legislation. Based on these pillars, proposals were produced to make specific changes to the current system and make the tax process more mature.
Talks will be given by Fernanda Camano, Eduardo de Paiva Gomes, Carlos Eduardo Gasperin and Lígia Regini, all of whom are researchers on the research project in question. The moderator will be Paulo Cesar Conrado, the research project’s academic coordinator; and Daniel de Paiva Gomes, its executive manager.
To take part, please sign up here.