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.
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.
Chapter 44: Reference Guide Mexico: Mergers & Acquisitions.
Reforms to strengthen transparency, accountability and the fight against corruption.
A concise reference guide regarding Commercial Arbitration in Mexico.: Infrastructure, Other treaties, National law, Arbitration bodies etc.
A concise reference regarding Litigation in Mexico for 2015.
Marco Tulio Venegas, our Partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra offers his opinion on some important subjects related to arbitration in Latin America.
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.
Adrián Magallanes, our partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra, offers important information regarding International Arbitration- Mexico-Law & Practice.
Adrián Magallanes, our partner at Von Wobeser y Sierra, offers important information regarding International Arbitration- Mexico-Trends & Developments.
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