Iury Pereira Lobato joined the firm in 2018. He integrates the Tax Law pratice group, with a focus on Superior Courts, Regional Court of the 1st Region (TRF1), Court of Justice of the Federal District and Territories (TJDFT) and Administrative Council Tax Appeals (CARF). Mr. Lobato has a wide breadth of experience in the elaboration of appeals, briefs, orders and oral arguments before the higher courts, TRF1, TJDFT and CARF. In addition, he contributes with strategies and appeals on the main issues before the Courts, as well as in Councils and public administration located in Brasília.
He graduated from Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Público (IDP) with a degree in Law and currently he is a postgraduate student in Tax Law and Public Finance at Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Público (IDP).
Representative matters and clients
– Assisted client in case involving discussion regarding the collection of Withholding Income Tax (IRRF) from a large company in the petrochemical sector;
– Assisted client in case involving the incidence of social security contribution on the remuneration of brokers by a large Brazilian real estate company;
– Assisted client in case involving the incidence of social security contribution on type of activity and payments made by way of profit sharing (PLR) by a large company in the dairy sector;
– Assisted client in case involving the Funrural (Rural Worker Assistance Fund) resulting from the acquisition of production from rural producers by a large company in the beverage and dairy industry.
Trench Rossi Watanabe is awarded the CESA Gender Equality Seal
Trench Rossi Watanabe has received the CESA Gender Equity Seal in the highest category entitled “Highlight”. This award recognizes law firms that have solid Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, taking into consideration several fronts, such as internal commitment, strategic planning, communication and participation rate. With a female majority in leadership for years, this recognition reinforces […]
The Brazilian Supreme Court decides for the exclusive ISS levy over software transactions, with “modulation of effects”
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