Diego Sierra and his team outline the most recent challenges and strategies regarding anti-corruption in Mexico.
Adrian Magallanes outlines the current scenario regarding class actions in Mexico.
The expert on Dispute Resolution explains how Mexico’s legal system works in terms of litigation and arbitration.
In order to read about the most recent tendencies in dispute resolution in Mexico, download the complete chapter here.
A panoramic view of the way investments have been carried out in Mexico recently, the legal framework, its source of procedence, and the day to day work surrounding the Private Equity practice in our country.
Marco Tulio Venegas outlines the characteristics and process of foreign judgements carried in Mexico.
Marco Tulio Venegas outlines the current scenario regarding Litigation in Mexico. In order to read the whole reference online, please click the following link, choose “Mexico” as jurisdiction and the option “Select All”: http://latinlawyer.com/know-how/topics/1000310/litigation-2018
You can also download the PDF of the whole reference here.
Our Partner Fernando Carreño gave his opinion in the article “Mexican M&A shrugs off the Trump slump”, which analyzes how the Trump slump has changed, if so, M&A between Mexico and the United States of America.
In order to read it fully, please click here
In this chapter our partner Adrian Magallanes and our associate Rodrigo Barradas discuss the recent changes regarding arbitration that have taken place in Mexico, focusing mainly in a 2016 Constitutional Reform promoted by the President about alternative dispute resolution methods and in the private incursion in the oil & sector of our country and its new means of arbitration.
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.
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