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Marco Tulio Venegas - Financier Worldwide: Commercial Arbitration, Annual Review 2014

February, 2014

Over the past decades, arbitration has been increasingly used in Mexico to settle large commercial disputes. Factors driving parties to submit their dispute to arbitration rather than litigation include the heavy case load of Mexican Courts.

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Marco Tulio Venegas - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2014

February, 2014

In this round table we spoke with 11 experts from around the world about the latest changes and developments in Litigation and Dispute Resolution. Our chosen experts discuss key topics including the recently implemented Jackson Reforms, litigation funding and the advantages and disadvantages of alternative dispute resolution.

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Energy & Natural Resources 2014

January, 2014

In this roundtable we spoke with 10 experts from around the world about the latest changes and developments in the Energy & Natural Resources sector.

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Claus von Wobeser - The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2014; Decision on Anti-Enforcement Injunctions and Access to Justice

October, 2013

Pursuant to the legal provisions on commercial arbitration regulated in the Commerce Code and the Arbitration Rules of the ICC, arbitral awards are binding to the parties and must be complied without delay.

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Fernando Carreño , José Palomar - Global Competition Review, The Antitrust Review of the Americas, Mexico 2014

September, 2013

In Mexico, the antitrust practice has been, since its creation, one of our most sophisticated and complex topics in Mexican Law. This has caused a number of changes in both institutions and legislation, most of them related to increasing powers from antitrust authorities and sanctions for those that breach antitrust law in Mexico, making it an extreme agile practice in Mexico.

Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire; Renewable Energy Generation Trends in Mexico

July, 2013

In Mexico, as of 1 December, 2012, we have had a newly elected administration which is spearheaded by the president Mr. Enrique Peña Nieto from the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), who has shown his determination to further develop the renewable energy market in the country, position which we could confirm as well from Mexico’s National Energy Strategy (2013-2027) recently issued by the Federal Ministry of Energy (SENER).

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