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

October, 2007

The issue has been developed considering a major infrastructure project, considering the model used for public works in Mexico. 
 
  • Letter from the President
  • The settlement of disputes in the agreement between the governments of Mexico and the United Kingdom of Great Britain for the promotion and reciprocal protection of investments
  • Introduction to Dispute Boards
  • Other mechanisms for settling disputes in construction projects
  • Final Report on Arbitration in the Construction Industry Arbitration Commission JRC International
  • Final Report on Construction Industry Arbitrations
  • Techniques to control the time and costs in the arbitration proceedings
  • Techniques to control the time and costs in arbitration. A report of the Committee on Arbitration of the CCI
  • Cases and practical situations in arbitrations concerning construction (Part One)
  • Cases and practical situations in arbitrations concerning construction (Part Two)

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

November, 2006

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 .
 

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

June, 2005

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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