• Luciana Maria Nobre de Aquino Fundação Getulio Vargas - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Dr. Murillo de Oliveira Dias Fundação Getulio Vargas - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Keywords: Business negotiations, mediation, alternative dispute resolution


What are the regulatory barriers, pitfalls, and challenges in Brazilian business mediation? In this article, we investigated the Brazilian Mediation Law no.13.140/15, to provide scholars, mediators, and other practitioners with a wide view on the legal issues involving the Brazilian Mediation Law, through an extensive literature review on the regulatory aspects of the Alternative Dispute Resolution, regarding the aforementioned Law. Case analysis and further implications are presented. Finally, conclusion and future research recommendations compile the present study.


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How to Cite
Nobre de Aquino, L. M., & Oliveira Dias, D. M. de. (2022). BUSINESS MEDIATION IN BRAZIL:KEY REGULATORY CHALLENGES. GPH-International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 5(01), 11-19.