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Seminar, "New Alternatives for Dispute Resolution in a Changing Global Market"

April, 2014

Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C. and the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre in Mexico (HKIAC) will hold a seminar, "New Alternatives for Dispute Resolution in a Changing Global Market".
 

Latin Lawyer – Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. wins “M&A Deal of the Year 2013”

March, 2014

Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. is proud to announce that the Firm has been recognized by Latin Lawyer with the “M&A Deal of the Year 2013” for the advice given to Anheuser Busch InBev in regards to its acquisition of Grupo Modelo.
 
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IFLR 1000 - Partner Moves, Von Wobeser Expands Partnership

February, 2014

Mexico City-based firm Von Wobeser & Sierra SC has announced that Diego Sierra is the firm’s newest partner. Sierra's promotion brings the firm's partnership to 12. He will take the reins of the firm’s anticorruption and compliance practice, advising global and local clients on compliance with Mexican anti-corruption rules as well as extra-territorial statutes such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The promotion does not mean Sierra will cease to be active in the firm's commercial litigation and international arbitration practice.

Latin Lawyer - Mexican president sends new competition bill to parliament

February, 2014

The Mexican Congress has published a draft antitrust law that would bring into effect sweeping changes to the country’s enforcement regime brought by a constitutional reform last year, but there are worries in some quarters that certain measures may in fact stifle competition.

Global Arbitration Review 100 (GAR 100) - Review & Analysis of Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C., One of the Top firms in the World

February, 2014

Latin Lawyer 250, singles out Von Wobeser y Sierra's arbitration practice as one of the best options in Mexico.
 
The Mexican firm's expert evidence helped KBR enforce an eye-popping US$465 million award against Pemex in the US courts. GAR's sister guide to law firms in Latin America, Latin Lawyer 250, singles out Von Wobeser y Sierra's arbitration practice as one of the best options in Mexico - thanks, largely, it says, to the impressive international profile of the firm's founder, Claus von Wobeser. It's hard to disagree. On top of multiple bar association roles, von Wobeser is a vice president of the ICC Court and regularly sits as arbitrator in commercial and investor-state disputes. He has lately been on ICSID panels hearing claims against Spain, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Poland and Uzbekistan. In addition, he is sitting alone in a rare ICSID conciliation filed by Equatorial Guinea against CMS Energy Corporation.  The arbitration and litigation practice is headed by Marco Tulio Venegas, who has helped to build the team to around 12 lawyers versed in arbitration. Adrián Magallanes, who was recently promoted to partner is considered a rising star. Another recruit, associate Victor Ruiz, used to work at the ICC Court.

Executive Branch Initiative for the New Federal Law on Economic Competition

February, 2014

The President presented before the House of Representatives of the Congress the initiative for the new Federal Law on Economic Competition.
 
February 25th, 2014.
 
Dear clients and friends,
 
On February 19, 2014, the President presented before the House of Representatives of the Congress the initiative for the new Federal Law on Economic Competition (the "LFCE"), as a result of the constitutional reform in the field of economic competition and telecommunications issued in the Official Daily Gazette on June 11, 2013. This initiative will be analyzed and discussed by both Houses of the Congress in the next few days, before its possible approval and publication.
 
To read the document please click here.
 
For additional information, contact our expert:
Fernando Carreño, Partner: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

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Latin Lawyer - New Partners Promoted at Colombian and Mexican firms

February, 2014

In Mexico, Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C. promoted Diego Sierra to partner to head the firm´s anticorruption and compliance practice. Sierra has over a decade´s experience in commercial arbitration and litigation, and was promoted to partnership on January 1st.

Diego Sierra Partner, of Mexico´s Von Wobeser y Sierra SC will participate in the IBA/ICC Conference

February, 2014

Diego Sierra Partner, of Mexico´s Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. will participate in the IBA/ICC Conference: The Fight Against Corruption in Latin America Implications for Lawyers.

Diego Sierra Partner, of  Mexico´s Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. will participate in the IBA/ICC Conference: The Fight Against Corruption in Latin America Implications for Lawyers.

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Diego Sierra becomes Partner in Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C.

January, 2014

Diego Sierra becomes Partner in Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C.
 
January 20th, 2014
 
On January 1st 2014 Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C. ("VWyS") announced Diego Sierra as its newest Partner of the Firm, thus reaffirming its strategic, steady and organic growth.  Diego will head the Anticorruption & Compliance practice of VWyS advising international and national clients in their compliance efforts regarding Mexican anti-corruption rules as well as extra-territorial regulations such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.  Diego Sierra will maintain the commercial litigation and international arbitration practice to which he has been committed throughout his career.  He is a Mexican attorney (also admitted to practice in New York) with international experience in New York (Skadden Arps (2011-2012)) who has been actively engaged in some of VWyS' most significant arbitrations and litigations of the past decade.

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Latin Lawyer - Leading Lights: Von Wobeser y Sierra S.C. Latin American Pro Bono Leader

January, 2014

Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. is honored to inform its clients and friends that it has been recognized as one of the leading Top 50 firms in Latin America by The Vance Center and Latin Lawyer for its strong commitment to Pro Bono.
 

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