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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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Diego Sierra - Practical Law: Mexican court allows enforcement of arbitral tribunal´s provisional measure ex parte

July, 2013

In a decision dated 13 July 2012, but not published until February 2013, the Second Collegiate Tribunal in Civil Matters of the Third Circuit ruled that it can enforce a provisional measure ordered by an arbitral tribunal without giving the affected party an opportunity to be heard.

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Diego Sierra - Better Practices, Praxis: Anti-corruption practice

June, 2013

Be aware of the Mexican regulation to fight corruption in business.
 

Corruption acts lead to administrative and criminal sanctions, they affect the reputation of any company and they impact the business in a negative way.  Therefore, Mexican and foreign companies with branches in Mexico, no matter their line of business, must know the anti-corruption legal framework.  This will help them design, apply and enforce internal, severe and inflexible anti-corruption policies

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Ivan J. Romo - ABI Young & New Members Committee Newsletter, May 2013; Insolvency as a Prerequisite for Filing a Bankruptcy Procedure in Mexico

May, 2013

In 2000, Mexico published its new Mexican Bankruptcy Law (MBL) , which substitutes the one that governed bankruptcy issues since 1943. This new law was drafted based on the model law issued by the United Nations Comission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and Mexico was the first country that adapted its law to such model.

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Victor Ruiz - ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin; Taking Evidence in Latin America: Some Observations on Local Practices and Use of IBA Rules.

May, 2013

The common law and civil law systems adopt contrasting approaches to the taking of evidence. The International Bar Association (IBA) Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration were developed to offer a neutral approach that would help to avoid the risk of cultural clashes between practitioners from different traditions.

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Claus Von Wobeser - Expert Guides, Commercial Arbitration; Evolution of Mexican Arbitration Law

March, 2013

Despite a legal tradition that has embraced alternative dispute resolution methods dating to the 17th century, Mexico has been somewhat slow to adapt to international commercial arbitration principles in its more recent history.

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Andrés Nieto & Maike Pröhl - International Law Office, Launching mandatory tender offers

February, 2013

Mandatory tender offers in Mexico are primarily regulated by Articles 95 and following of the Securities Market Law and its corresponding general provisions, applicable to listed companies and other participants in the securities market and issues by the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).

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Diego Sierra , Andrea Rivera - PLC Arbitration Multi-Jurisdictional monthly email, Mexico Supreme Court of Justice rules on public policy grounds to set aside award

January, 2013

PLC Arbitration Multi-Jurisdictional monthly email, Mexico Supreme Court of Justice rules on public policy grounds to set aside award.

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