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Geovani

I've read the STJ (Superior Court of Justice) decided that, after all, Globo doesn't have to pay anything for the magicians who sued them - even after being "condemned" in 2003, or something like that:

http://www.stj.gov.br/portal_stj/publicacao/engine.wsp?tmp.area=448&tmp.texto=89433

The show was known as "Mister M" here in Brazil, and the text in the link, in brazilian portuguese, is dated 2008-10-01. There's another one, dated 2009-03-09, that says the decision has been maintained (sorry I don't know how to translate accurately the juridical terms into English for more details.)

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