Bruno Fagali Helps People Spot Corrupt Advertisers

Bruno Fagali is a lawyer at Fagali Advocacy. Mr. Fagali holds an impressive resume that starts with schooling. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in law where he studied Parliamentary Law at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, graduating in 2009. Bruno Fagali recently received his Masters in law from the University of Sao Paulo. Throughout his higher education, Magali was always working at law firms.

Bruno Fagali spent one year working as an intern for Public Advisory Law at Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. The following year, 2007, Magali was an intern for Manasco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marque, also in Public Advisory Law. For the next year, Fagali was a Public Advisory Intern at Courts of Accounts and Public Prosecutor. For two years, Magali worked at as a lawyer at Radi, Calil and Associados advocate where he worked at Public Litigation for the courts of the Courts of Accounts and Public.

In June 2015, Bruno Fagali was hired by the University of San Paulo where he worked with Program of Improvement of Teaching – PAE as a teacher. Until last summer, Bruno Fagali worked at São Paulo Area, Brazil as a Corporate Integrity Manager. Last summer, Bruno Fagali started as a lawyer at Fagali Law Firm. Mr. Bruno Fagali speaks English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. He’s concerned with ethics in advertising.

Bruno Fagali has found five ways to spot red flags in advertising. The first red flag is when a company a payment of two vehicles per advertisement. The second red flag is criteria in agency through the media. The third red flag involves planting an incentive in the media. Having a relationship that mixes business and pleasure with the directors and employees of the advertiser is the fourth red flag. The final red flag is fees concerning external supplies and services.

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