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Fernando Carreño, Paloma Alcántara - Global Competition Review, The Antitrust Review of The Americas: Mexico: Overview, January 2015.
January, 2015

The important changes recently made in Mexico to the antitrust law are considered a big step for our country, legislatively as well as in practice.Concentrations have become an area of considerable global importance due to the relevance of the investments flow in each country. In this regard, it is important to have a legal system that provides for efficiency, continuity and success in these kinds of operations, always maintaining the necessary control over markets in order to avoid monopolies and incentivise fair competition.

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Claus von Wobeser, Adrián Magallanes - Getting The Deal Through, Investment Treaty Arbitration, November 2014
November, 2014

Claus von Wobeser and Adrian Magallanes, our partners of Von Wobeser y Sierra give insight to important topics regarding investment treaty arbitration.

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Andrés Nieto, Luis Burgueño - Getting the Deal Through, Private Equity, October 2014
October, 2014

Andrés Nieto and Luis Burgueño talk about Private Equity and Mexico.

Diego Sierra - Global Investigations Review, The Investigations Review of the Americas, October 2014
October, 2014

Mexico´s current federal administration has publicly made de fight against corruption one of its top priorities. In the Pact for Mexico, President Peña Nieto proposed the implementation of reforms to strengthen transparency, accountability and the fight against corruption.

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Rodolfo Trampe, Jorge Diaz, Luis Alberto King , Fernando de Buen - Getting the Deal Through, Outsourcing Mexico 2015, October 2014
October, 2014

In Mexico, a subcontracting regime (understood as the regime through which an employer as contractor executes works provides services with its workers who are dependent upon it, to a beneficiary, individual or entity, which establishes the work of the contractor and supervises it in the performance of the services of execution of the works contracted) has been generally associated with outsourcing and with all forms of subcontracting or provision of services and works between companies of the same business group.

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Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire: Expert Guide Energy & Natural Resources
July, 2014

Mexican lawmakers recently took an important step to boost Mexico’s energy sector, by approving a historic constitutional amendment to overhaul the oil, gas, and electric sectors; which will open the market for national and foreign investors. The energy bill ends a 75 year state monopoly in this sector.

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Fernando Carreño , Jose Palomar - Law Business Research The Public Competition Enforcement Review, Sixth Edition
May, 2014
In Mexico, antitrust practice has been, since its creation, one of the most sophisticated and complex topics in Mexican law. This has resulted in a lot of changes in both institutions and legislation, most of them related to increasing powers and sanctions enforced by antitrust authorities.
 
 
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Claus von Wobeser , Montserrat Manzano - Getting the Deal Through, Arbitration 2014
February, 2014

Mexico is party to the New York Convention, which has been in force since the 13th of July 1971. Mexico made no particular declaration regarding articles, I, X, XI of the Convention. Mexico is also party to the Panama Convention on Inter-American Commercial Arbitration and the Inter-American Convention for the Extraterritorial Validity of Foreign Decisions and Awards (the Montevideo Convention).

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Edmond Grieger - Corporate Livewire, Virtual Round Table: Energy & Natural Resources 2014
January, 2014

In this roundtable we spoke with 10 experts from around the world about the latest changes and developments in the Energy & Natural Resources sector.

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