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August, 2017

Claus Von Wobeser & Adrian Magallanes - Claus Von Wobeser & Adrian Magallanes- Chambers & Partners, Global Practice Guides, International Arbitration (Mexico) SEE MORE

This contribution, written by our partners Claus Von Wobeser & Adrian Magallanes, provide easily accessible information on navigating the legal system when conducting business in Mexico regarding International Arbitration.
August, 2017

Diego Sierra - Diego Sierra- International Cooperation in Anticorruption Investigations in Mexico and its National Systemexico 2017 SEE MORE

Diego Sierra, as Vice President of the Anticorruption Commission of ICC Mexico was invited to contribute on ICC newsletter following the Worldwide Anticorruption Meeting held by ICC, download here his complete article.
June, 2017

Marco Tulio Venegas - Marco Tulio Venegas- Global Arbitration Review (GAR) Know-how: Commercial Arbitration, Mexico 2017 SEE MORE

Our partner, Marco Tulio Venegas, participated in the 2017 Global Arbitration Review (GAR) Know-how describing, based on a question-answer scheme, the current scenario of commercial arbitration in Mexico.
June, 2017

Andres Nieto - Andres Nieto- Mexico Investing chapter in The Private Equity Review. April 2017 SEE MORE

Our partner, Andrés Nieto, has wrote a contribution about the way private investments are carried out in Mexico and analyzes why has private equity not become a preponderant practice in our country for the sixth edition of The Private Equity Review.
June, 2017

Marco Tulio Venegas - Marco Tulio Venegas- Financier Worldwide, Roundtable, International Arbitration, June 2017 SEE MORE

Our partner, Marco Tulio Venegas, has participated as a panelist on Financier Worldwide’s latest International Arbitration Roundtable.
Mayo, 2017

Marco Tulio Venegas - Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Litigation & Dispute Resolution, 2017 SEE MORE

Seven experts from around the world, including our partner Marco Tulio Venegas, discuss the new means used to ensure a more efficient delivery of justice as well as new dispute resolution methods.
Marzo, 2017

Silverio Sandate - Silverio Sandate – Law Business Review: The Franchise Law Review SEE MORE

Chapter 37: Reference Guide Mexico: The Franchise Law Review 2017: The Mexican franchise market is still considered to be a fresh and growing market, and one that continues to offer good opportunities for people wanting to start a business, people seeking to develop a business or expand a brand, or people already involved with business.
Marzo, 2017

Adrián Magallanes, Rodrigo Barradas - Getting the Deal Through – Adrián Magallanes, Rodrigo Barradas – Arbitration 2017 SEE MORE

Arbitration 2017: Getting the Deal Through provides international expert analysis in key areas of law practice and regulation for corporate counsel, cross – border legal practitioners, and company director and officers.
December, 2016

Luis Burgueño, Andrés Nieto - Luis Burgueño, Andrés Nieto - Getting The Deal Through, Market Intelligence, Private Equity in Mexico. SEE MORE

Our partners Luis Burgueño & Andrés Nieto give insight regarding private equity in Mexico.
August, 2016

Adrián Magallanes, Diego Sierra - ICLG - The International Comparative Legal Guide: International Arbitration 2016. SEE MORE

Chapter 40: Reference Guide Mexico: International Arbitration 2016: A practical cross-border insight into international arbitration work.
July, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Global Arbitration Review - GAR know-how – Litigation Mexico SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2016.
June, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Global Arbitration Review (GAR) know-how – Commercial Arbitration, Mexico SEE MORE

A concise reference guide regarding Commercial Arbitration in Mexico: Infrastructure, Other treaties, National law, Arbitration bodies etc.
May, 2016

Edmond Grieger - Grupo Reforma; The energy issue – New Rules – Investing in the Mexican Renewables market. SEE MORE

Edmond Grieger, our Partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra offers his opinion on some important subjects related to investing in the Mexico´s energy sector.
May, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Rountable: International Arbitration – Financier Worldwide SEE MORE

International arbitration is extremely advantageous in that parties can select a neutral forum, choose the law applicable to their proceedings, designate highly specialized arbitrators specifics to their dispute, ensure proceeding are confidential and obtain an award that will be more easily enforceable abroad.
April, 2016

Daniel Huth, *Special Input from Edmond Grieger - OGEL - Oil, Gas & Energy Law - March 2016. SEE MORE

A group of energy experts has contributed to this special feature on Mexico´s Oil and Gas Sector Reform.
April, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes Magazine: Expert Forum Construction Disputes, April-June 2016. SEE MORE

Marco Tulio Venegas, our Partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra offers his opinion on some important subjects related to construction disputes.
March, 2016

Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara - Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara- Law Business Research, The Public Competition Enforcement Review - 8th Edition: Mexico SEE MORE

Chapter 20: Reference Guide Mexico: Competiton and antitrust practice.
March, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, March 2016 SEE MORE

Our Litigation & Dispute Resolution Roundtable 2016 provides in-depth analysis on the latest trends and recent developments. We spoke with six experts from around the world.
February, 2016

Edmond Grieger with the colaboration of Daniel Huth (Foreign Associate) - Financier Worldwide, Energy & Utilities 2016, February 2016. SEE MORE

Edmond Grieger, our Head Partner of our Energy & Natural Resources and Environment Practices at Von Wobeser y Sierra comments on the Annual Review 2016.
January, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes, Arbitration in the Americas, Corporate Disputes Magazine, Jan-Mar 2016. SEE MORE

Roundtable with Marco Tulio Venegas, Partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C.
January, 2016

Marco Tulio Venegas - GAR know-how – Litigation Mexico SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2016.
December, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes, Disputes in Arbitration, Corporate Disputes Magazine, 2016 SEE MORE

Roundtable with Marco Tulio Venegas, Partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C.
December, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - Latin Lawyer, Litigation 2016-Mexico, Latin Lawyer Reference SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2016.
December, 2015

Andrés Nieto - PLC Leading and taking security in Mexico. SEE MORE

PLC:Reference Guide Mexico: Securities & Capital Markets
December, 2015

Dr. Edmund Duckwitz - Dr. Edmund Duckwitz, Of Counsel of Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. has received the highest honor from the Mexican government “La Orden Mexicana del Águila Azteca en grado de banda”. SEE MORE

October, 2015

Rodolfo Trampe y Jorge Díaz - Getting the Deal Through-Outsourcing 2016. SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Outsourcing for 2016.
October, 2015

Luis Burgueño, Andrés Nieto - Getting The Deal Through, Market Intelligence, Private Equity in Mexico SEE MORE

Our partners Luis Burgueño & Andrés Nieto give insight regarding private equity in Mexico.
September, 2015

Luis Burgueño, Andrés Nieto - International Bar Association, North American Regional Forum News. SEE MORE

IBA Arbitration Guide: Mexico
September, 2015

Adrián Magallanes - PLC - Class Actions 1st Edition Global Guide. SEE MORE

Please click here to download the PDF.
September, 2015

Claus von Wobeser, Marco Tulio Venegas, Montserrat Manzano - GAR-The Arbitration Review of the Americas, 2016. SEE MORE

Pursuant to the legal provisions on commercial arbitration regulated in the Commerce Code1 and the Arbitration Rules of the ICC, arbitral awards are binding to the parties and must be complied without delay. If they are not voluntarily complied, they must be enforced. Please click here to download the PDF
September, 2015

Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara - Global Competition Review, Mexico: Overview, The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2016. SEE MORE

The important changes recently made in Mexico to the antitrust law are considered a big step for our country, legislatively as well as in practice.Concentrations have become an area of considerable global importance due to the relevance of the investments flow in each country..
September, 2015

Luis Burgueño, Andrés Nieto - Law Business Research, Mergers & Acquisitions Review: Mexico SEE MORE

Chapter 44: Reference Guide Mexico: Mergers & Acquisitions
September, 2015

Diego Sierra - Global Investigations Review, Anti-corruption reform in Mexico. SEE MORE

Reforms to strengthen transparency, accountability and the fight against corruption.
August, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - GAR know-how – Commercial Arbitration SEE MORE

A concise reference guide regarding Commercial Arbitration in Mexico.: Infrastructure, Other treaties, National law, Arbitration bodies etc.
August, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - GAR know-how – Litigation Mexico SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2015.
June, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes: Expert Forum, Recognition & Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards in Latin America, July 2015 SEE MORE

Marco Tulio Venegas, our Partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra offers his opinion on some important subjects related to arbitration in Latin America.
June, 2015

Edmond Grieger - Financier Worldwide, Oil & Gas 2015, June 2015. SEE MORE

Edmond Grieger, our Head Partner of our Energy & Natural Resources and Environment Practices at Von Wobeser y Sierra comments on the Energy Reform which was passed on December 2013 by Mexican Congress.
May, 2015

Adrian Magallanes - Chambers- Global Practice Guides, International Arbitration, May 2015, Mexico. SEE MORE

Adrián Magallanes, our partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra, offers important information regarding International Arbitration- Mexico-Law & Practice.
May, 2015

Adrian Magallanes - Chambers- Global Practice Guides, International Arbitration, May 2015, Mexico. SEE MORE

Adrián Magallanes, our partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra, offers important information regarding International Arbitration- Mexico-Trends & Developments.
April, 2015

Luis Burgueño, Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes, Resolving Disputes in a Post M&A Environment, April 2015. SEE MORE

Our Partners participated in an expert forum regarding disputes in a post M&A environment.
April, 2015

Andrés Nieto - Getting the Deal Through: Structured Finance & Securitisation, April 2015. SEE MORE

Andrés Nieto, our Partner Head of the Banking & Finance Practice at Von Wobeser y Sierra, answers important questions regarding Structured Finance & Securitisation in Mexico.
March, 2015

Fernando Carreño - Chambers & Partners,Legal Practice Guide ; Competition/ Cartels, March, 2015 SEE MORE

Our Partner Fernando Carreño advises on the antitrust aspects of corporate deals and litigation matters before the Mexican Antitrust Commission. He is highly experienced in the handling of complex disputes and offers expertise in the development of strategies designed to protect clients against strategic alliances, unfair competition and other anti-competitive practices.
March, 2015

Andrés Nieto - Getting The Deal Through, Banking Regulation in Mexico, March 2015. SEE MORE

Andrés Nieto our partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra gives insight regarding banking regulation in Mexico.
February, 2015

Adrian Magallanes - Global Law and Business, Enforcement of Investment Treaty Arbitration Awards Mexico, February 2015. SEE MORE

Adrián Magallanes, our partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra, offers important information regarding investment treaty arbitration in Mexico.
February, 2015

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, February 2015 SEE MORE

Our Litigation & Dispute Resolution Roundtable 2015 provides in-depth analysis on the latest trends and recent developments. We spoke with eight experts from around the world with highlighted topics including: the landscape in the United Kingdom post-Jackson reforms, the rationale behind drafting a dispute resolution clause into contracts, and the advantages and disadvantages of alternative dispute resolution.
January, 2015

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table, Energy Natural Resources, January 2015 SEE MORE

Our Energy & Natural Resources Roundtable 2015 provides in depth analysis on the latest trends and recent developments. We spoke with nine experts from around the world with highlighted topics including: how the decline in oil and crude prices has altered the landscape in the United States, why India has the potential to become a favoured destination for investment, and the impact of regulatory changes in Mexico, Turkey and Ecuador.
January, 2015

Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara - Global Competition Review, Mexico: Overview, The Antitrust Review of The Americas, January 2015. SEE MORE

The important changes recently made in Mexico to the antitrust law are considered a big step for our country, legislatively as well as in practice.Concentrations have become an area of considerable global importance due to the relevance of the investments flow in each country. In this regard, it is important to have a legal system that provides for efficiency, continuity and success in these kinds of operations, always maintaining the necessary control over markets in order to avoid monopolies and incentivise fair competition.
November, 2014

Claus von Wobeser, Adrián Magallanes - Getting The Deal Through, Investment Treaty Arbitration, November 2014 SEE MORE

Claus von Wobeser and Adrian Magallanes, our partners of Von Wobeser y Sierra give insight to important topics regarding investment treaty arbitration.
October, 2014

Claus von Wobeser, Marco Tulio Venegas, Montserrat Manzano - The Arbitration Review of the Americas, October 2015 SEE MORE

Pursuant to the legal provisions on commercial arbitration regulated in the Commerce Code1 and the Arbitration Rules of the ICC, arbitral awards are binding to the parties and must be complied without delay. If they are not voluntarily complied, they must be enforced.
October, 2014

Andrés Nieto, Luis Burgueño - Getting the Deal Through, Private Equity, October 2014 SEE MORE

Andrés Nieto and Luis Burgueño talk about Private Equity and Mexico.
October, 2014

Diego Sierra - Global Investigations Review, The Investigations Review of the Americas, October 2014 SEE MORE

Mexico´s current federal administration has publicly made de fight against corruption one of its top priorities. In the Pact for Mexico, President Peña Nieto proposed the implementation of reforms to strengthen transparency, accountability and the fight against corruption.
October, 2014

Rodolfo Trampe, Jorge Diaz, Luis Alberto King , Fernando de Buen - Getting the Deal Through, Outsourcing Mexico 2015, October 2014 SEE MORE

In Mexico, a subcontracting regime (understood as the regime through which an employer as contractor executes works provides services with its workers who are dependent upon it, to a beneficiary, individual or entity, which establishes the work of the contractor and supervises it in the performance of the services of execution of the works contracted) has been generally associated with outsourcing and with all forms of subcontracting or provision of services and works between companies of the same business group.
October, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Disputes, Disputes in the Energy Sector, Corporate Disputes Magazine, October, 2014 SEE MORE

Roundtable with Marco Tulio Venegas, Partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C.
October, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Latin Lawyer Reference, Litigation 2015, Mexico, October 2014. SEE MORE

Latin Lawyer Reference – Litigation 2015, Mexico.
October, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Latin Lawyer Reference, Arbitration 2015, Mexico, October 2014. SEE MORE

Latin Lawyer Reference – Arbitration 2015, Mexico.
September, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas, Diego Sierra - Practical Law, Enforcing Arbitration Awards in Mexico, September 2014. SEE MORE

Marco Tulio Venegas and Diego Sierra, our partners of Von Wobeser y Sierra give insight to important topics regarding enforcing arbitration awards in Mexico.
September, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Global Arbitration Review, Investment Treaty Arbitration Mexico SEE MORE

GAR know-how - Investment Treaty Arbitration - Mexico Questionnaire.
September, 2014

Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara - Global Competition Review - The Antitrust Review, of the Americas 2015 Mexico, September 2014. SEE MORE

The important changes recently made in Mexico to the antitrust law are considered a big step for our country, legislatively as well as in practice. In this regard, it is important to have a legal system that provides for efficiency, continuity and success in these kinds of operations, always maintaining the necessary control over the markets in order to avoid monopolies and incentivise fair competition.
August, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Litigation & Dispute Resolution Guide SEE MORE

The New Regime of Contracts with Mexican Oil & Electricity State.
August, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - GAR know-how - Commercial Arbitration Mexico Questionnaire SEE MORE

July, 2014

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire: Expert Guide Energy & Natural Resources SEE MORE

Mexican lawmakers recently took an important step to boost Mexico’s energy sector, by approving a historic constitutional amendment to overhaul the oil, gas, and electric sectors; which will open the market for national and foreign investors. The energy bill ends a 75 year state monopoly in this sector.
June, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide, International Arbitration Roundtable SEE MORE

Arbitration remains a popular method of resolving international and cross-border commercial disputes. Arguably, no other process offers such efficient, impartial, multicultural and business-minded solutions for complicated disputes.
May, 2014

Fernando Carreño , Jose Palomar - Law Business Research The Public Competition Enforcement Review, Sixth Edition SEE MORE

In Mexico, antitrust practice has been, since its creation, one of the most sophisticated and complex topics in Mexican law. This has resulted in a lot of changes in both institutions and legislation, most of them related to increasing powers and sanctions enforced by antitrust authorities.
February, 2014

Rupert Hüttler, Marco Tulio Venegas , Silverio Sandate - World Trademark Review: Designs A Global Guide SEE MORE

The Mexican Constitution grants an exclusive right to use or exploit an intellectual creation. The temporary privileges granted to authors, artists and inventors for the exclusive use of their creations are not considered to be monopolies.
February, 2014

Claus von Wobeser , Montserrat Manzano - Getting the Deal Through, Arbitration 2014 SEE MORE

Mexico is party to the New York Convention, which has been in force since the 13th of July 1971. Mexico made no particular declaration regarding articles, I, X, XI of the Convention. Mexico is also party to the Panama Convention on Inter-American Commercial Arbitration and the Inter-American Convention for the Extraterritorial Validity of Foreign Decisions and Awards (the Montevideo Convention).
February, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide: Commercial Arbitration, Annual Review 2014 SEE MORE

Over the past decades, arbitration has been increasingly used in Mexico to settle large commercial disputes. Factors driving parties to submit their dispute to arbitration rather than litigation include the heavy case load of Mexican Courts.
February, 2014

Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2014 SEE MORE

In this round table we spoke with 11 experts from around the world about the latest changes and developments in Litigation and Dispute Resolution. Our chosen experts discuss key topics including the recently implemented Jackson Reforms, litigation funding and the advantages and disadvantages of alternative dispute resolution.
January, 2014

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Energy & Natural Resources 2014 SEE MORE

In this roundtable we spoke with 10 experts from around the world about the latest changes and developments in the Energy & Natural Resources sector.
November, 2013

Rodolfo Trampe, Jorge Díaz, José Palomar - Getting the Deal Through Outsourcing Mexico 2014 SEE MORE

November, 2013

Claus von Wobeser, Adrian Magallanes - Getting the Deal Through Investment Treaty Mexico 2014 SEE MORE

October, 2013

Claus von Wobeser - The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2014; Decision on Anti-Enforcement Injunctions and Access to Justice SEE MORE

Pursuant to the legal provisions on commercial arbitration regulated in the Commerce Code and the Arbitration Rules of the ICC, arbitral awards are binding to the parties and must be complied without delay.
September, 2013

Marco Tulio Venegas - Global Arbitration Review, Investment Treaty Arbitration Mexico SEE MORE

September, 2013

Fernando Carreño , José Palomar - Global Competition Review, The Antitrust Review of the Americas, Mexico 2014 SEE MORE

In Mexico, the antitrust practice has been, since its creation, one of our most sophisticated and complex topics in Mexican Law. This has caused a number of changes in both institutions and legislation, most of them related to increasing powers from antitrust authorities and sanctions for those that breach antitrust law in Mexico, making it an extreme agile practice in Mexico.
August, 2013

Claus Von Wobeser - International Bar Association Guide (IBA) - Arbitration Guide Mexico SEE MORE

July, 2013

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire; Renewable Energy Generation Trends in Mexico SEE MORE

In Mexico, as of 1 December, 2012, we have had a newly elected administration which is spearheaded by the president Mr. Enrique Peña Nieto from the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), who has shown his determination to further develop the renewable energy market in the country, position which we could confirm as well from Mexico’s National Energy Strategy (2013-2027) recently issued by the Federal Ministry of Energy (SENER).
July, 2013

Diego Sierra - Practical Law: Mexican court allows enforcement of arbitral tribunal´s provisional measure ex parte SEE MORE

In a decision dated 13 July 2012, but not published until February 2013, the Second Collegiate Tribunal in Civil Matters of the Third Circuit ruled that it can enforce a provisional measure ordered by an arbitral tribunal without giving the affected party an opportunity to be heard.
June, 2013

Diego Sierra - Better Practices, Praxis: Anti-corruption practice SEE MORE

Be aware of the Mexican regulation to fight corruption in business.
May, 2013

Ivan J. Romo - ABI Young & New Members Committee Newsletter, May 2013; Insolvency as a Prerequisite for Filing a Bankruptcy Procedure in Mexico SEE MORE

In 2000, Mexico published its new Mexican Bankruptcy Law (MBL) , which substitutes the one that governed bankruptcy issues since 1943. This new law was drafted based on the model law issued by the United Nations Comission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and Mexico was the first country that adapted its law to such model.
May, 2013

Victor Ruiz - ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin; Taking Evidence in Latin America: Some Observations on Local Practices and Use of IBA Rules. SEE MORE

The common law and civil law systems adopt contrasting approaches to the taking of evidence. The International Bar Association (IBA) Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration were developed to offer a neutral approach that would help to avoid the risk of cultural clashes between practitioners from different traditions.
March, 2013

Claus Von Wobeser - Expert Guides, Commercial Arbitration; Evolution of Mexican Arbitration Law SEE MORE

Despite a legal tradition that has embraced alternative dispute resolution methods dating to the 17th century, Mexico has been somewhat slow to adapt to international commercial arbitration principles in its more recent history.
February, 2013

Andrés Nieto & Maike Pröhl - International Law Office, Launching mandatory tender offers SEE MORE

Mandatory tender offers in Mexico are primarily regulated by Articles 95 and following of the Securities Market Law and its corresponding general provisions, applicable to listed companies and other participants in the securities market and issues by the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).
January, 2013

Diego Sierra , Andrea Rivera - PLC Arbitration Multi-Jurisdictional monthly email, Mexico Supreme Court of Justice rules on public policy grounds to set aside award SEE MORE

PLC Arbitration Multi-Jurisdictional monthly email, Mexico Supreme Court of Justice rules on public policy grounds to set aside award.
January, 2013

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, Round Table: Energy & Natural Resources SEE MORE

With 2012 having been the United Nations International Year of Sustainable Energy for all, we felt it was apt to look at just how successful the year has been in the Energy & Natural Resources sector.
January 2013

Jorge Ricardo Díaz Carvajal - International Law Office, Tax Considerations in M&A Transactions SEE MORE

Mexican tax laws have specific provisions regarding the merger of entities and the acquisition of shares or assets.
January, 2013

Edmond Grieger & Virginia Cornett - World Financier, Global Reference Guide: Infrastructure & Project Finance SEE MORE

During the administration of President Felipe Calderón, a broad framework was set up to promote investment in renewable energy generation projects as part of Mexico´s infrastructure strategy.
January, 2013

Luis Miguel Jiménez & Lourdes Salazar - International Law Office, Foreign Trade implications of M&A Transactions SEE MORE

The term, "mergers and acquisitions" involves several schemes of transaction (e.g, joint-venture, management buy-outs, takeovers and corporate reorganization) which often not only include the acquisition of a principal target company but may also affect one of the target´s subsidiaries.
December, 2012

Luis Miguel Jiménez & Iván Romo - Bankruptcy Law, Legal Encyclopedia, Escuela Libre de Derecho SEE MORE

The fragile nature of the economy has been a matter of constant worry for States, companies, individuals involved in commercial activities as well students and the general population at large.
December, 2012

Edmond Grieger - International Law Office, Environmental Liabilities in M&A Transactions SEE MORE

Following a global trend, environmental regulation plays an increasingly important role in Mexico at every level of jurisdiction (federal, state and municipal).
December, 2012

Victor Ruiz , Diego Sierra - Practical Law Company, PLC Multi jurisditional,"Mexico Supreme Court shows deference towards arbitral tribunals absolute powers. " SEE MORE

"Mexico Supreme Court shows deference towards arbitral tribunal's absolute powers to admit and weigh evidence. "
December, 2012

Marco Tulio Venegas - Latin Lawyer, Litigation 2013, Latin Lawyer Reference. SEE MORE

A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2013.
November, 2012

Claus von Wobeser - Latin American Arbitration & Investment, Latin American Investment Protections. SEE MORE

Latin American Investment Protections: Comparative Perspectives.
August, 2012

Claus von Wobeser, Fernando Carreño, Andrés Nieto, José Palomar - The Law Review, International Investigations Review 2nd Editio, Mexico Chapter SEE MORE

Corporate Conduct and activities are supervised by various governmental bodies (mainly of an administrative nature) and this supervision varies depending on the business activity of the corporation in question.
July, 2012

Fernando Carreño , José Palomar - The Antitrust Review of the Americas, Mexico:Antitrust Overview SEE MORE

In Mexico, antitrust regulation and investigations as a whole have recently been growing, both in number and in importance.
July, 2012

Andrés Nieto - Practical Law Company, PLC:Reference Guide Mexico: Investment Funds SEE MORE

PLC:Reference Guide Mexico: Investment Funds.
July, 2012

Fernando Carreño , José Palomar. - Practical Law Company, PLC:Reference Guide Mexico:Cartel Leniency SEE MORE

PLC:Reference Guide Mexico:Cartel Leniency.
July, 2012

Javier Lizardi, Rodolfo Trampe, Jorge Díaz, Carlos López - Practival Law Company, PLC: Reference Guide Mexico: Outsourcing SEE MORE

PLC: Reference Guide Mexico: Outsourcing.
June, 2012

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, "Current Trends & Expected Development" in Mexican Renewable Energy Market SEE MORE

Business opportunities continue to rise in our country´s renewable energy market, primarily from wind and solar projects.
May, 2012.

Marco Tulio Venegas , Victor Ruiz - Kluwer Arbitration Blog, Time for Mexican "Procuración" to litigate its arbitrations? SEE MORE

For almost 20 years, Mexico has been at the forefront of Latin American arbitration practice. It has been widely recognized both in terms of the quality and sophistication of its practitioners, its modern legal framework.
May, 2012

Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide, International Arbitration: Roundtable SEE MORE

Arbitration is becoming a preferred method of resolving cross-border disputes.
May, 2012

Claus von Wobeser - International Bar Association, IBA, Arbitration Guide: Mexico SEE MORE

IBA Arbitration Guide: Mexico.
May, 2012

Marco Tulio Venegas , Victor Ruiz - Dispute Resolution Journal, Defending Mexico and its State-Owned Entities in International Commercial & Investor - State Arbitration. SEE MORE

This article raises the issue of whether Mexico should create a specialized legal unit to represent and defend Mexico and its State-owned entities in international commercial arbitration.
April, 2012.

Marco Tulio Venegas - Global Arbitration Review Briefing, A concise reference guide regarding Commercial Arbitration in Mexico. SEE MORE

Infrastructure, Other treaties, National law, Arbitration bodies etc.
April, 2012.

Luis Burgueño - Practical Law Company, PLC:Reference Guide Mexico: Mergers & Acquisitions SEE MORE

PLC:Reference Guide Mexico: Mergers & Acquisitions.
February, 2012

Claus von Wobeser - The European Lawyer Reference Series - Arbitration World 4th Edition, Mexican Chapter SEE MORE

Arbitration Reference for Mexico.
February, 2012

Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide,Compendium 2012, Dispute Resolution & Litigation SEE MORE

Recent Trends and developments in the arbitration practice. In 2011, arbitration evolved based on legislative reforms and court decisions.
January, 2009

Marco Tulio Venegas , Alberto Muerza - Action of Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Award (as a Counterclaim in an Award Nullification Judicial Proceeding) SEE MORE

The problem addressed in this article refers to the debate about whether in commercial matters, in court proceedings for annulment of an arbitral award, the action of recognition and enforcement of the same arbitration award can be promoted as a counterclaim...
January, 2009

Claus Von Wobeser - Incorporation by Reference SEE MORE

A little over fifty years of existence, concerning which celebration of this writing, the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral held at the City of New York on June 10, 1958.
2011

Marco Tulio Venegas - Mexico Chapter in Dispute Resolution Handbook 2011/12 SEE MORE

Marco Tulio Venegas, parter in the litigation and arbitration practice of the firm, analyzes and explains some of the most important aspects governing arbitration and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms under Mexican Law.
2008

Luis Burgueño - The New Organic Structure of the Public Corporation SEE MORE

Recent amendments to the Stock Exchange Act (Ley del Mercado de Valores) substantially modify the corporate governance regime and corporate bodies structure of publicly traded corporations, re-distributing the corporation's management, direction, control and oversight functions.
2007

Luis Burgueño , Patrick Meshoulam , Luis Alberto Pérez - Mexico Takes Two Major Steps Towards Telecommunications Convergence SEE MORE

With the recently enacted amendments to the Federal Radio and Television Law and the Federal Telecommunications Law, as well as with the Resolution on Convergence of fixed local telephony and restricted television and audio services, two paramount steps towards telecommunication services convergence, Mexico strives to locate it self in the telecommunications world spotlight. Nevertheless, several anti-competitive implications must be addressed prior to consider said goal accomplished.
October, 2007

Claus Von Wobeser - Techniques to control the time and costs in arbitration SEE MORE

Statistics provided by the International Court of Arbitration of the CCI, based in CCI cases in which a final award was issued in 2003 and 2004 indicate that, in CCI arbitration proceedings .
October, 2007

Marco Tulio Venegas - Cases and practice situations in construction arbitration (Part One) SEE MORE

The issue has been developed considering a major infrastructure project, considering the model used for public works in Mexico .
November, 2006

Alberto Muerza - On the Constitutional and Legal Problems of Amparo Judgments Performance SEE MORE

The purpose of this article is to point out some of the constitutional and legal problems that hinder the enforcement of sentences for defense, an issue which I have devoted some time. Here we present some reflections and conclusions have been reached .
June, 2005

Luis Burgueño - E-Commerce and the Law of Digital Signatures SEE MORE

This chapter presents Mexico’s legal regime on electronic contracting and signatures, as has been established pursuant to the 2000 E-Commerce Decree and the 2003 E-Signatures Decree, and the manner in which the provisions of the UNCITRAL E-Commerce and E-Signatures Model Laws have been implemented. Also, bearing in mind the current works of the UNCITRAL Working Group IV (Electronic Commerce) on a Draft Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts (the “Draft Convention”), this Chapter also refers to some of the most significant differences between Mexican Law on e-contracts and e-signatures and the Draft Convention.
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