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ITAFOR announces 2017 collaborators and among these Montserrat Manzano, Von Wobeser y Sierra Senior Associate, was elected

June, 2017

The Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB), the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) announced the ITAFOR Moderators and Contributors for 2017, the main online forum for the arbitration community in Latin America . Among these elected was Montserrat Manzano, Senior Associate of Von Wobeser and Sierra. 

ITAFOR is a fundamentally Spanish-Portuguese database designed to share information and promote discussion on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution issues relevant to Latin America. More than 500 outstanding arbitration professionals are subscribed to ITAFOR.

Edmund Duckwitz, Of Counsel at Von Wobeser y Sierra (Former German Ambassador to Mexico) is elected as President of CAMEXA

May, 2017

Von Wobeser y Sierra is honored to announce that Dr. Duckwitz has been elected as President of the German-Mexican Chamber of Commerce (CAMEXA). Dr. Duckwitz works closely with German, European, Mexican, American as well as other foreign clients of the Firm.

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Repatriation of Capital- Decree granting administrative incentives in Income Tax

May, 2017

On May 15th, 2017 the “First Resolution of Changes to the Omnibus Tax Bill for 2017” ("General Rules") was published in the Official Federal Gazette. This Decree establishes a scheme of incentives in order to incentivize the return of resources held abroad, so that such capital may be invested in productive activities that contribute to the economic growth of the country.

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Latin Lawyer- Claus von Wobeser, Marco Tulio Venegas- Pemex settles Commisa case

April, 2017

After a 13 year-old dispute an agreement was finally reached between the parties. Von Wobeser y Sierra Partners Claus von Wobeser & Marco Tulio Venegas and associate Alberto Muerza counseled Commisa based in Mexico City.

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Lex Latin – Edmond Grieger, Sofía López – Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. generates Modelo renewables PPA

April, 2017

Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. has helped Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo sign a power purchase agreement with utilities provider Iberdrola México worth US$350 million.

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Latin Lawyer – Edmond Grieger, Sofía López – Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. generates Modelo renewables PPA

April, 2017

Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. has helped Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo sign a power purchase agreement with utilities provider Iberdrola México worth US$350 million.

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Von Wobeser y Sierra wins Matter of the Year at GCR Awards 2017

March, 2017

We are proud to announce that Von Wobeser´s competition team led by Partner, Fernando Carreño, won this year´s Global Competition Matter of the year Award for its counsel regarding Anheuser-Busch InBev´s acquisition of SABMiller. The GCR 7th Annual Awards took place on March 28th 2017 and celebrated the best matters related to competition and antitrust.

Our Partner, Fernando Carreño and Associate Paloma Alcántara were recognized.

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International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – Andrés Nieto – Financial Arbitration

March, 2017

Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. is pleased to announce that our Partner, Andrés Nieto will be speaker and moderator in conference “Financial Arbitration”, in Mexico City on 30rd March, 2017 from 15:30 – 20:30 hours in the hotel Four Seasons.

Latin Lawyer – Luis Burgueño, Laura Maldonado – Four firms behind Kruger Brown plastic acquisition.

March, 2017

Durakon Industries Mexico, which is controlled by PendaForm, hired Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago and Mexico´s Von Wobeser & Sierra, S.C. for the deal.

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Latin Lawyer – Fernando Carreño – Two enforcers will review AT&T / Time Warner merger, Mexican court rules.

March, 2017

A specialised court has given both of Mexico’s competition enforcers power to review the AT&T/Time Warnerdeal.

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