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The National Hydrocarbons Commission issued the call and the rules for the first bidding of Round 2

August, 2016

August 2nd , 2016.

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On July 20th, 2016 the National Hydrocarbons Commission published in the Federal Official Gazette the call and rules by which the first bidding procedure for Round 2 begins. This bidding process is intended to award production-sharing contracts for the exploration and production of hydrocarbonsin shallow waters located within the oil provinces of Tampico-Misantla, Veracruz and Southeastern Basins in the Gulf of Mexico. The bidding comprises 15 contractual areas or blocks, including some blocks which were not awarded in the first and second bidding procedures of Round 1, where production-sharing contracts were previously awarded

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Communication regarding Mexican Data Privacy Protection

July, 2016

Changes in monitoring and compliance assessment of the FAPPDPI.

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Mexico's New Anti-corruption Paradigm

July, 2016

We bid you to join us in reviewing "Mexico's New Anti-corruption Paradigm".

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Mexican Congress Issues Secondary Anticorruption Regulations

June, 2016

Congress approved complementary laws to the National Anti-corruption System.

June 24th, 2016.

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On May 27th, 2015 the constitutional reform for combating corruption was published. This reform created the National Anticorruption System (Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción) (SNA) as a coordinating body among the authorities of all the levels of government for the prevention, detection and sanctioning of corrupt acts. Within a year after the publication of the constitutional reform, the Mexican Congress was required to issue the secondary laws regulating the SNA.

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Latin Lawyer: Panama Papers leak sparks Mexican investigation – Fernando Carreño

June, 2016

Mexico’s competition authority is re-examining a major pharmaceutical merger, after the Panama Papers revealed the purchase had allegedly been funded by the wife of the owner of its biggest rival.

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Global Competition Review (GCR): Panama Papers leak sparks Mexican investigation – Fernando Carreño

June, 2016

Mexico’s competition authority is re-examining a major pharmaceutical merger, after the Panama Papers revealed the purchase had allegedly been funded by the wife of the owner of its biggest rival.

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Latin Lawyer: Mexico Passes “Crazy” transparency law – Adrián Magallanes

June, 2016

A last-minute amendment to Mexican anti-corruption legislation that will place onerous disclosure obligations on all government contractors is both impractical and amounts to an invasion of employee privacy, lawyers say

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Global Investigations Review (GIR): Mexico Passes “Crazy” transparency law – Adrián Magallanes

June, 2016

A last-minute amendment to Mexican anti-corruption legislation that will place onerous disclosure obligations on all government contractors is both impractical and amounts to an invasion of employee privacy, lawyers say

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Latin Lawyer – Modelo takes Crown in beer dispute - Marco Tulio Venegas, Margarita Garate, Michelle Carrillo.

June, 2016

Mexican brewery Grupo Modelo has won an ICC arbitration with Guatemalan partners who sold imitation Corona beers in the US and Australia – but failed to secure moral damages for alleged harm caused to the brand. Modelo was represented by Von Wobeser & Sierra.

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Global Arbitration Review (GAR) – Modelo takes Crown in beer dispute - Marco Tulio Venegas, Margarita Garate, Michelle Carrillo.

June, 2016

Mexican brewery Grupo Modelo has won an ICC arbitration with Guatemalan partners who sold imitation Corona beers in the US and Australia – but failed to secure moral damages for alleged harm caused to the brand. Modelo was represented by Von Wobeser & Sierra.

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