COVID-19 and the response of the intellectual property system

Over the past few months the world has faced an unprecedented global pandemic caused by COVID-19. If in the first days the subject was new, today we are before the answers brought and we study the innovations that made this a moment of reflection for everyone.

In the face of this scenario, Daniel presents its ebook “COVID-19 and the response of the intellectual property system”, some material that relates the trends and what has been accomplished to date. Including an updated monitoring of the measures taken by the main bodies that relate to the intellectual property system, the digital environment and the latest information on the functioning of the country’s courts.

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INPI
Suspension of administrative proceedings from March 16 to May 31, resuming from June 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking extended until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Computerized systems work normally and services can be filed. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In-person service for users is suspended indefinitely.
Receiving Office from Brazil under the PCT is carrying out its activities in a remote work regime, guaranteeing the continuity of activities related to the deposit and processing of international orders via and PCT. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
INPI will prioritize the examination of patent applications related to innovations that can be used to fight the pandemic of the new coronavirus. Prioritization is valid until June 30, 2021. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Table to assist in recounting suspended deadlines disclosed. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Questionnaire to assist in choosing the type of priority patent application procedure available.
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ANVISA
Criteria and extraordinary procedures for Best Fabrication Practices for registrations and changes to post-registration medicines, health supplies and products. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Priority in the examination of processes of registration for antiseptic gels, bleach and disinfectants. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Fast-track for registration of medicines and biological products for the prevention and treatment of the new coronavirus. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
To accelerate the of petitions related to the category of antiseptic gels for the hands, the publications and alterations of registrations for cosmetics that are taking place twice a week. After April 5, the publications will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
All deadlines established by Law 13,411/16 are suspended for 120 days counted from March 23. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Established procedure for requesting priority in registration. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Approved resolution for the immediate grant for use of advanced therapy products that were non-registrable for the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The publications and changes to cosmetic registrations will happen twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, to accelerate the authorizations, counted from April 5, 2020. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Authorized online applications by entities that wish to trade, import, produce or manufacture products derived from Cannabis for medicinal purposes in Brazil. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
New procedure for submitting DDCM (Clinical Drug Development Dossier) petitions in the form of delivery of documents related to DDCMs, which will now be online. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The orientation guide for the developments and regularization of ventilators available for consultation . CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Technical note 14/2020 published, which includes orientations about the conduction of clinical trials during the novel coronavirus pandemic. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Online petitions for post registration of sanitizers available, by Solicita System. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Online petitions for certification of the Bioequivalence Centers and the qualification for the Pharmaceutical Equivalence Center available, by Solicita System. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
ANVISA has included new items on its lists of substances and medicines that depend on previous authorization for exportation, to avoid the shortage of some supplies and medicines. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Authorization and export authorization services for controlled substances, plants or drugs (AI), manufacturing authorization for exclusive export purposes (Afex), authorization for customs clearance purposes (ADA), special simplified authorization for teaching and research establishment (AEP), certificate of no objection to importation (CNI), certificate of no objection to exportation (CNE), initial import quota, and renewal of import quota available online. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Updated version of the online petition queue consultation system analysis system available.   CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Online services for changing the monograph for the active ingredient in pesticides, and for changing, renewing, canceling registration, authorizing new assets for household use, issuing registration certificates and communicating the exclusive manufacturing process for exporting sanitizing products available. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Online services of issuing the Certificate of Free Sale for Food Export (CVLEA) and information on the content of phenylalanine in foods available. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Exceptional procedures have been established for submitting quality control data for active pharmaceutical ingredients (IFAs) and medicines, such as registration requests and post-registration changes for synthetic and semi-synthetic drugs without the immediate presentation of some documents that depend on laboratory analysis. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The electronic sending of import and export authorizations to the requesting companies and institutions, as well as to the competent authority of the exporting or importing country, is made possible. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Available online services of requesting, changing and canceling the application for cosmetics, health products and sanitizing products; request, alteration and cancellation of the operating authorization or special authorization for medicines and supplies; requesting, changing and canceling the special request for laboratories and research institutions; request for certificate of operating authorization or special authorization; change in authorization of clinical research with high-risk devices; application for temporary registration of pesticides. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
List of drugs used in hospitals to treat patients who require mechanical ventilation, which includes sedatives, sedation aids and muscle relaxants, released. In all, there are 66 items, all registered at the agency. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Radiopharmaceuticals analysis queue was cleared. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Electronic petitioning of required documents for submission of the Clinical Drug Development Dossier (DDCM) available from July 21. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Therapeutic equivalence online petitition available. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Technovigilance Notifications Panel which gathers data about monitoring adverse event notifications and technical complaints regarding health products. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Online petitions for post registration and canceling related to the transfer of ownership of sanitizers registration, express shipping and administrative review available, by Solicita System. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Implemented a new system to accelerate requests for clinical studies with drugs for the prevention and treatment of Covid-19 CLICK HERE TO ACCESS

 

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ANATEL
5G field tests in the 3.5 GHz band suspended. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Telecom sector signs public commitment to keep the country connected throughout the pandemic. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Fines and interest on taxes paid by regulated companies with maturities between March 20 and April 10 were suspended until April 15. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The agency has positioned itself on the use of tracking of telecommunications users and asks that such use be due to a motivated decision, with legal support and due transparency for control bodies and for society, in agreement with the LGPD. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Partnership established between Anatel and Ancine to combat piracy of audiovisual content on the internet. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Anatel updates technical requirements that will allow the use of 5G technology.
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ANCINE
Exceptional suspension, as of March 16, 2020, of the counting of deadlines for the presentation of accountability for audiovisual projects, as well as carrying out on-site inspections. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Administrative recognition of COVID-19 as a case of force majeure, and therefore considering it in the analyzes and decisions taken within the scope of regulatory and inspection processes, as well as in the monitoring, inspection and accountability of audiovisual projects.
Admission of requests (i) for exemption from total or partial compliance with regulatory obligations, (ii) suspension of ongoing periods for the execution and conclusion of audiovisual projects; and (iii) the extension of deadlines in progress for raising incentive public funds, among other cases.
Temporary suspension of ANCINE’s external due diligence in the context of administrative sanctioning and tax proceedings, except in cases provided for in the rule, such as due diligence in the interest or at the provocation of regulated agents.
Extension of the term for the payment of CONDECINE-TELES. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Repeal of the following Normative Instructions: 01, 08, 15, 27, 29, 35, 38, 39, 42, 43, 45, 48, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59, 66, 71, 77, 81, 83, 90, 93, 108, 113, 117, 131, 141, 142 (30 rules); and the following Collegiate Board Resolutions: 03, 04, 07, 09, 28, 43, 49, 50, 51, 61 (10 rules). CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Drive-in films are allowed as a first window, providing that the establishment is duly registered with Ancine and complies with all the rules of a commercial cinema.
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Repeal of the following administrative rules : n.º 01, de 2002; n.º 02, de 2002; n.º 06, de 2003; n.º 08, de 2003; n.º 10, de 2003; n.º 12, de 2004; n.º 13, de 2004; n.º 14, de 2004; n.º 18, de 2004; n.º 19, de 2004; n.º 31 de 2009; n.º 34, de 2010; n.º 36, de 2010; n.º 46, de 2012; n.º 48, de 2012; n.º 54, de 2013; n.º 71, de 2016; e n.º 72, de 2016.
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SECAP
The Federal Lottery draws are suspended. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Send a signed application to [email protected] to cancel promotions already started,
there will be no penalty or new fees. The tax refund will follow MF 215/2006.

 

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CONAR
Citations, subpoenas and notifications will be made electronically. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
All procedural deadlines are 20 calendar days after the electronic subpoena proof of delivery.
Judgment sessions, conciliation meetings and clarifications will be held virtually.
All measures will be adopted until June 30, 2020.

 

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CNJ
In the case of the imposition of sanitary measures restricting the free locomotion of people (lockdown) by the competent state authority, the procedural deadlines in digital and physical proceedings become automatically suspended for as long as restrictions remain in these states. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In case of the imposition of sanitary measures restricting free
locomotion of people (lockdown) by the competent state authority, the procedural deadlines are automatically suspended in cases that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions in these states persist.
The Provisions relating to the functioning of the Brazilian registry offices during the pandemic period were extended until December 31. Restrictions on face-to-face attendance at the public notary’s offices, suspension of deadlines for the drafting of notary and registration acts, authorization for the remote provision of property registration and that the documents necessary for issuing birth and death certificates be sent to the notaries electronically , in addition to the duty of the state and federal district magistrates to regulate the operation of the extrajudicial service in their localities and the possibility for the notary offices to use electronic means in the collection of their services and in the subpoenas made by the protest notary offices. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Courts are authorized, as of June 15, to issue a rule for the reinstatement of on-site judicial services, with the full resumption of procedural deadlines in electronic and physical processes, or the maintenance of the suspension of procedural deadlines only for physical processes if they choose for the continuation of teleworking. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
It is determined that, for the suspension of the term of certain acts (such as the presentation of a contestation, an objection to compliance with the sentence, embargoes on execution, preliminary defenses of a civil, labor and criminal nature, including when practiced in a hearing, and others that require collection evidence), the mere allegation by the party or the lawyer, in his fluency, will suffice that he is unable to perform the act (art. 3, § 3), without the judge being able, even if motivated, to reject the requested in those expressly provided for cases. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The minimum necessary conditions for the resumption of face-to-face services of the Judiciary as of June 15 have been established. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS

 

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TRIBUNAIS SUPERIORES
STF


Electronic petitioning is available for all classes and lawsuits, including those that are processed in a physical media, except the confidential physical lawsuits. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The holding of weekly trial sessions, on Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 2 pm to 6 pm, from April 15th. It will be the beginning of the plenary sessions of the STF held by videoconference. The sessions will be broadcast on TV Justiça, Rádio Justiça and the STF channel on YouTube.
Lawyers, prosecutors and defenders who wish to make oral submissions by videoconference, must register up to 48 hours before the day of the session using the form available on the STF.
It is authorized to send procedural communications by registered electronic message to the bodies that had their e-mail address informed in the case file or that appear in the Court’s database, regardless of the prior registration.
The distribution of new proceedings and appeals occurs normally, as well as the publication of procedural acts, in accordance with the regulations.
Plenary and Chambers judgment sessions, at the discretion of the respective Presidency, can be carried out entirely by videoconference. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines in the STJ are suspended from July 2 to July 31, a period that coincides with the ministers’ vacation. Judicial protocol occurs normally.
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The suspension of court deadlines for legal proceedings with physical files has been extended until July 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A differentiated model for managing the activities of the Court’s servants has been put into testing, to be adopted from June 1, 2020 to January 31, 2021, aiming at results-oriented management and integration between on-site and remote work. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The sessions in the virtual environment of the STF will last six business days, starting and ending on Fridays. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural regulation that gives a new format to the electronic judicial process. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Information panel with the disclosure of the main STF decisions related to Covid-19 available. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
STJ
 
Procedural terms in digital proceedings will be resumed on 4th May. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Deadlines for physical proceedings remain suspended, since March 19.
The deadline for holding ordinary and extraordinary trial sessions by videoconference has been extended until July 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural information can be obtained by phone or email. Telephone inquiries must be made between 1 pm and 6 pm. Requests by e-mail will be answered from 9 am to 6 pm. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The Collegiate bodies of the Court are allowed to hold, on an exceptional basis, trial sessions by videoconference until July 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines in the STJ are suspended from July 2 to July 31, a period that coincides with the ministers’ vacation. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TST

Procedural deadlines within the scope of the First and Second Degree Labor Courts will return to normal as from May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
 Deadlines for physical proceedings remain suspended. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Calendar released for virtual sessions of different judging organs. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines related to acts that require face-to-face activities are regulated, as well as the standardization of procedures for recording and storing audiences in audio and video. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines are suspended from July 2 to July 31 due to the forensic recess. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS

 

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TRIBUNAIS ESTADUAIS
  Procedural deadlines for physical processes that were suspended from March 16 remain suspended until August 2. On August 3, the recount of deadlines for physical cases will be resumed.
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TJSP
 
 
Suspension of procedural deadlines in physical processes until June 30, telework period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Tool for conducting electronic conferences among Lawyers, Defenders, Prosecutors and parties with the Magistrates available. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Totally remote public service, through the electronic addresses of the judicial units. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The validity terms of the Judicial Withdrawal Warrants already issued have been extended. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The resumption of procedural deadlines for digital processes determined on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual sessions can be held by the Recursal and Uniformization Classes during the period in which teleworking is in effect, with no face-to-face sessions, as well as the holding of audiences by videoconference.
Videoconferencing judgment sessions in Chambers and Appeal Groups are authorized. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Conversion of physical records to digital media allowed for cases that are in charge of lawyers. The lawyer will be able to forward the digitized records to the Court through electronic petition. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Citations and subpoenas from public farms, foundations and autarchies, from all municipalities in the state, will be sent electronically from July 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
  Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended between July 27 and August 09, and telework is maintained until the same date in several cities of the state. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
  Online petitions in electronic processes of the first and second degrees are authorized as of July 27. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TIRJ
 
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits that were suspended from May 15 to May 31 start running again from June 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes that were suspended from March 16 remain suspended until July 26, teleworking period. On July 27, the recount of deadlines for physical cases will be resumed.
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Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 29, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Face-to-face trial sessions, ordinary or extraordinary, may be held by videoconference. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Trial sessions in the virtual mode in an electronic environment may be held at the discretion of the President of the respective Chamber or judgment body. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A gradual return of activities and face-to-face service was announced from June 29. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJAC The procedural and administrative deadlines will return to their regular course from May 4, 2020. Those that cannot be practiced by electronic or virtual means must be postponed and certified by the service after a reasoned decision by the magistrate. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual trial sessions in the Courts and Appeals Groups of the Special Courts system will take effect from May 1.
All state courts, both 1st and 2nd degree, are authorized to hold hearings using a videoconference system. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking remains until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TIJAL
 
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The hearings, judgment sessions of the Court and the Appeals Panel will be held exclusively by videoconference until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, as well as teleworking.
Prosecutors, defenders and lawyers are allowed to handle procedural issues with judges and high court judges by videoconference. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJAM Procedural deadlines for first and second instance electronic processes start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Telework remains until July 2. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Plenary sessions of the Full Court, the Meeting Chambers and the Isolated Chambers, and the first and second degree hearings will be held by videoconference. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJAP
 
Procedural deadlines for first and second instance electronic processes start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The judgment sessions of the TJ and the Court of Appeals, and the hearings of first and second degrees of jurisdiction will be held by videoconference.
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes that were suspended between May 29 and June 2, start running again from June 3. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until July 5, as well as teleworking. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJBA Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The conversion of face-to-face trials with requests for oral support into judgments by videoconference are authorized, temporarily and exceptionally, until further deliberation by the TJBA. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The judgments of the Court of Justice bodies and Appeal Groups will be carried out with advanced voting in the electronic system. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The judgments of the Court of Justice bodies and Appeal Groups will be carried out with advanced voting in the electronic system. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJCE Procedural deadlines for electronic processes that were suspended between May 8 and June 7, start running again from June 8, with the exception of the counties that remain in lockdown. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Videoconference trial sessions are authorized in the State Courts. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A gradual return of activities and face-to-face service was announced from July 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJDF
 
 
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended, as well as teleworking, indefinitely.
The hearings in the first degree of jurisdiction may be resumed by the videoconference system, as well as those in the second degree, whether in physical or electronic processes.
Provision of procedural information by telephone is authorized, art. 42 of the General Provision of Internal Affairs, except for secret legal proceedings. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
As of July 1, 2020, the Court may begin the gradual resumption of face-to-face activities. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJES Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual actions are allowed in physical and electronic processes. In addition, the virtual trial sessions in the Court and in the Appeals Groups of the Special Courts system may be carried out in both physical and electronic cases. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the case of a lockdown determination by the competent state authority, procedural deadlines are automatically suspended for events that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions last, within the scope of the respective Court or District. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJGO

 
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until August 1, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual trial sessions and Special Courts system’s Recourse Groups can be carried out both in physical and electronic processes. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The trial sessions of the Court of Justice bodies, at the discretion of the respective Presidency, may be held entirely by videoconference, replacing the face-to-face sessions. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the event of a lockdown determination instituted by the competent authorities, the TJGO will issue an act for the automatic suspension of terms. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Tool available for lawyers, defenders, prosecutors to contact high court judges, judges and also the TJGO area directors in exceptional cases. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A gradual return of activities and face-to-face service was announced from July 15. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJMA
 
 
Procedural deadlines for physical and digital processes are suspended between May 5 and 17, lockdown period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking remains until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual and videoconferencing trial sessions, in the Court and in the Appeals Groups, may be held in electronic and physical processes.
TJMT Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
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the second degree of the TJMT and the Recourse Groups can be held entirely by videoconference from April 14. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJMS Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until July 5, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual or face-to-face trial sessions by videoconference at the Court and in the Special Courts Appeals Groups, may be held for analysis of any matter, both in physical and electronic cases from May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Hearings in the first degree of jurisdiction may be resumed by the videoconference system as of May 4.
TJMG Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 22, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual trial sessions, in the Court of Justice and in the Appeals Classes of the Special Courts system can be carried out, both for physical and electronic cases, and face-to-face sessions must be carried out by videoconference. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJPA
 
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking period extended until June 30th. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes that were suspended from May 25 to June 14, start running again from June 15.
The trial sessions of the Court and Appeals Groups of the Special Courts system’s collegiate bodies, the hearings of the Special Civil Courts and Criminal Courts, may be held by means of a conference call from May 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
As of July 1, 2020, the Court may begin the gradual resumption of face-to-face activities. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJPB Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until the publication, which is scheduled for June 30, of the Implementation Plan that establishes the gradual return of activities, as well as maintaining telework until the same date. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, first and second instance, restart on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the case of a lockdown determination by the competent state authority, procedural deadlines are automatically suspended for events that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions last. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJPR Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The hearings of all jurisdictional and administrative bodies of the first and second degrees of jurisdiction can be held by videoconference from May 4.
The sessions of the collegiate bodies of the Court of Justice for judging jurisdictional deeds not included or removed from the Virtual Plenary, as well as administrative deeds, must be held by the videoconference system as of May 4.
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until the end of the remote work.
Conciliation and mediation hearings can be held through virtual tools as of May 1.
Teleworking period extended until July 15. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the case of a lockdown determination by the competent state authority, procedural deadlines are automatically suspended for events that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions last. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJPE



Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 19, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The judgment sessions of the judicial and administrative bodies of the second Degree of the TJPE, at the discretion of the respective Presidency, may be held by videoconference from May 1.  CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual trial sessions in the Courts, Appeals Groups and Uniform Classification of the Special Courts system may be held both in physical and electronic cases, as of May 1.
TJRN
 
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart as of May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual sessions held by the Court’s Plenary will be held from April 20. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual trial sessions in the Court and in the Special Courts’ Appeals Groups may be held in both physical and electronic cases.
TJRO
 
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended indefinitely, safeguarding the possibility of revising or revoking the suspension at any time. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart as of May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Trial sessions and hearings may be held by videoconference.
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits that were suspended between June 6 and 13, pending in the Porto Velho district and at the Court of Justice, restart as of June 14. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJRR Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart as of May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until further deliberation, as well as the teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Hearings within the scope of the first degree of jurisdiction will be held, preferably, through videoconference.
Face-to-face trial sessions of the Full Court and the Appeals Panel are suspended until further deliberation, and may be held by videoconference.
TJRS
 
Procedural deadlines for physical cases remain suspended between June 15 and 28, a period in which internal procedures will be exclusively carried out in the jurisdictional units. As of June 29, the face-to-face service of lawyers and the recount of deadlines for physical cases will be resumed. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic processes restartas of May 4, and any face-to-face act is prohibited. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual, judicial or administrative sessions, in the first and second instances, are authorized as of March 30th. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The trial sessions of the TJRS collegiate bodies may take place in virtual sessions by videoconference, as of April 28. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A gradual return of activities and face-to-face service was announced as of June 15, with the exception of the counties under the red flag, which will maintain remote service. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJSC

Virtual conciliation hearings are authorized in judicial proceedings in all first and second degree units for a period of 180 days as of April 17, 2020. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Hearings in the first degree of jurisdiction in Santa Catarina may be held by videoconference as of April 20. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits restart as of May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJSE Procedural deadlines for electronic processes, in all jurisdiction levels, restart as of May 4, and the designation of face-to-face acts is prohibited. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The trial sessions of the TJSE and the Appeals Panel, as well as the hearings of the Judicial Centers for Conflict Resolution and Citizenship (Cejuscs) will be held exclusively by virtual sessions or videoconference, until June 30.
Hearings in the first degree of jurisdiction are authorized through videoconference, when the participation of the parties and witnesses is possible. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the case of a lockdown determination by the competent state authority, the procedural deadlines for both physical and electronic processes are automatically suspended during the term of the referred measure, within the scope of the Judiciary of the State of Sergipe. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TJTO Legal proceedings, in all jurisdiction levels, will have their deadlines resumed as of May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking will continue until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Hearings were authorized by videoconference, within the scope of the First Degree of the Judiciary, during the pandemic period of the new coronavirus. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The holding of a virtual session with an electronic trial of the cases distributed in the eProc system of the Full Court is authorized. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines that were suspended between May 18 and 23, in the counties of Ananás, Araguaína, Araguatins, Augustinópolis, Colinas do Tocantins, Guaraí, Itaguatins, Tocantinópolis, Wanderlândia and Xambioá, which cover 33 municipalities, restart as of May 24. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS

 

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TRIBUNAIS FEDERAIS
TRF – 1ª REGIÃO (AC, AM, AP, BA, GO, MA, MT, MG, PA, PI, RO, ROO, TO) The judicial and administrative proceedings in all levels of jurisdiction that are processed electronically will have their procedural deadlines resumed, without any kind of escalation, from May 4, 2020, being prohibited the designation of face-to-face acts. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The procedural deadlines for physical processes are suspended until June 30, teleworking period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
In the case of a lockdown imposition by the competent state authority, procedural deadlines are automatically suspended for events that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions last, within the scope of the respective unit and within the limits determined in the act. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Virtual judgment session for the electronic judicial processes of the PJe and the face-to-face session with video support, contemplating the fractional organs Special Court, Sections and Classes within the scope of the Court, are determined to start on March 27. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TRF – 2ª REGIÃO (RJ, ES),
SJRJ E SJES
The deadlines related to the judicial and administrative proceedings that are being processed electronically start to run again from May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The sessions of the Plenary, Special Body, Specialized Sessions and TRF2 Classes may be held by videoconference, at the discretion of the President of the fractional body, starting on April 22.
Procedural deadlines for physical cases remain suspended until June 30. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Teleworking is extended indefinitely and until further deliberation. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The remote work regime for the performance of all administrative and jurisdictional activities of the Court and Judicial Sections of the States of Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo was instituted until December 19, 2020. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The procedural deadlines for electronic cases that were suspended between May 20 and May 31, pending before the Judicial Section of the State of Rio de Janeiro and the Federal Regional Court of the Second Region, restart as of June 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TRF – 3ª REGIÃO (SP, MS)

Videoconferences in the trial sessions of the TRF3, of the Appeals Groups and of the Regional Uniformization Class, for the purposes of oral arguments, as well as in the hearings of the Courts and Conciliation Centers, will restart as of April 14. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 30, and telework is maintained until the same date. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
A gradual return of activities and face-to-face service was announced from July 27, and the recount of deadlines for physical cases will be resumed on August 3.
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TRF – 4ª REGIÃO (RS, PR, SC) Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended until June 14, and telework is maintained until the same date. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
The virtual trial sessions in the courts and appellate classes of the system of special courts may be held both in physical and electronic cases, as of May 1. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines that were suspended between June 30 and July 1 due to the cyclone that hit the southern region of Brazil, start running again on July 2.
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In the case of a lockdown determination by the competent state authority, procedural deadlines are automatically suspended for events that are processed in electronic and physical media, for as long as the restrictions last, within the scope of the respective federative unit. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
TRF – 5ª REGIÃO (AL, CE, PB, PE, RN, SE) Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits start running again on May 4. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for physical processes remain suspended indefinitely, and telework is maintained for the same period. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS
Procedural deadlines for electronic lawsuits that were suspended between May 21 and 31, within the scope of the Judiciary Section of Ceará, restart as of June 1.
The virtual or telepresential sessions of the Classes and the Plenary of the Court will count on the participation of all the members of the Plenum or the Classes, voting at a distance. In the specific case of the Plenum, the sessions will be held every 15 days and will start working from March 25. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS

The CNJ provided an information panel on the procedural deadlines of all courts in the country, according to the following link: https://paineisanalytics.cnj.jus.br/single/?appid=6c9a3799-e931-4c5a-8900-a13a8bb8a05a&sheet=a45a7e28-6d3b-409a-a78e-145fd8d6cc5c&lang=pt-BR&opt=currsel

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