- Chambers & Partners, Global Practice Guides, International Arbitration (Mexico)
- International Cooperation in Anticorruption Investigations in Mexico and its National System
- Global Arbitration Review (GAR) Know-how: Commercial Arbitration, Mexico 2017
- Yesterday, July 19th, the “General Law of Administrative Responsibilities,” came into force. This new law establishes the administrative responsibilities, obligations, and applicable sanctions for all the acts or omissions in which the public officials might incur. This law also establishes administrative offenses related to corruption acts –and its sanctions - in which private parties might incur.
- Von Wobeser y Sierra & International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) are delighted to inform that we’ve been working together in the organization of the event “Combating corruption: Interaction and collaboration between Mexican authorities and foreign agencies in complex anti- corruption investigations.” It will be held on June 29, 2017 in Mexico City, for further details you can download our invitation here.
RSVP Hugo Pérez Collí +52 55 5687 2203/2207, Email: email@example.com
- The Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB), the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) announced the ITAFOR Moderators and Contributors for 2017, the main online forum for the arbitration community in Latin America . Among these elected was Montserrat Manzano, Senior Associate of Von Wobeser and Sierra. ITAFOR is a fundamentally Spanish-Portuguese database designed to share information and promote discussion on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution issues relevant to Latin America. More than 500 outstanding arbitration professionals are subscribed to ITAFOR.
- Reference Book. Legal Guide to doing business un Mexico.