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

October, 2014

Latin Lawyer Reference – Arbitration 2015, Mexico.

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

September, 2014

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

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

September, 2014

GAR know-how - Investment Treaty Arbitration - Mexico Questionnaire.

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

August, 2014

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

Currently, in Mexico there is a legal system collision between public law and private law. Global free market economic trends have put many activities previously jealously reserved by law to the Mexican state into private investor hands, thus generating an apparent private versus public law conflict.

 

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

July, 2014

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.

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Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide, International Arbitration Roundtable

June, 2014

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.
 

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

May, 2014

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.
 
 

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

February, 2014

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.

 

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

February, 2014

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).

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