Eduardo Barboza Muniz
Graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in Law. Postgraduate degree in Tax Law from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ). Member of the Tax Law Committee of the Brazilian Bar Association, Rio de Janeiro section. National representative of the Young International Fiscal Association (YIN/IFA). Member of the Latin American Fiscal Law Institute (ILADT).
Tax law (national and international tax planning) and tax litigation.
Brazilian Bar Association, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo sections. Brazilian Fiscal Law Association (ABDF). International Fiscal Association (IFA). Latin American Fiscal Law Institute.
“The Tax on Service of Any Nature (ISSQN) and the services of administration and fund management in the light of Supplementary Law 157/16.” (Pontifícia Universidade Católica).
“The tax war among Brazilian states and the protection of taxpayers’ rights.” (International Bar Association).
“Legal uncertainty: The State Tax on the Circulation of Goods and Services (ICMS) on inter-state operations and Resolution Nº 13/12 of the Federal Senate.” (British Chamber of Commerce).
“ICMS: war of the ports and Resolution Nº 13/12 of the Federal Senate.” (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro).
Co-Author, “Questions related to administrative tax litigation: casting votes, efficiency bonus, and the incompatibility between the Administrative Tax Appeals Board (CARF) and the exercise of advocacy in the tax administrative Process.” Editora D’Plácido, Belo Horizonte.
Portuguese and English.