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Luis Burgueño - E-Commerce and the Law of Digital Signatures
June, 2005
This chapter presents Mexico’s legal regime on electronic contracting and signatures, as has been established pursuant to the 2000 E-Commerce Decree and the 2003 E-Signatures Decree, and the manner in which the provisions of the UNCITRAL E-Commerce and E-Signatures Model Laws have been implemented. Also, bearing in mind the current works of the UNCITRAL Working Group IV (Electronic Commerce) on a Draft Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts (the “Draft Convention”), this Chapter also refers to some of the most significant differences between Mexican Law on e-contracts and e-signatures and the Draft Convention.
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Pablo Jiménez – Stanford Law School - Reshaping Fiduciary Duties in Mexico: A Step Towards Functionality, 2005
May, 2005

Fiduciary duties are a legal response to unfair self-dealing and mismanagement by those in control of a company. In this paper, our partner Pablo Jiménez offers a qualitative analysis of the potential functionality of the rules governing these new fiduciary duties.

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Pablo Jiménez - Editorial Porrúa - Takeover Bids, 2004
January, 2004

Nowadays, the stock market must be one of the key elements for the development of a country's economy. In this book, our partner Pablo Jiménez analyzes one of the most sophisticated transactions of contemporary Stock Exchange Law: the Takeover Bid.