Antonio Millé and Hernán Gonzalo Gerola of Estudio Millé obtained a groundbreaking ruling in their representation of a leading international electronics client.
Rogelio López Velarde has taken up the post of chairman of the newly-created Energy Committee of the Mexican Bar Association. The Committee will give independent advice to the government of President Vicente Fox as it tries to push through the necessary steps for full liberalisation of the Mexican energy market.
Santiago Mollard and Luis Rodolfo Bullrich, former partners at Borlengui, Mollard & Bullrich Abogados, have joined Nicholson & Cano's litigation department.
Resolution 220/01 of the Ministry of Economy establishes that exports for consumption purposes and allotted to Mercosur member countries shall be subject to the provisions of Decree 1011/91 and complementary rules and/or amendments.
Substantial modifications to the exchange regime applicable to companies in the hydrocarbon sector have been introduced by the Colombian Central Bank. The bank’s board of directors passed the resolution on May 11 2001. Resolution 2 amends articles 48, 49, 50 and 51 of the Bank's Resolution 8 of 2000.
On June 28, 2001, the National Assembly approved on its second reading the amendment to the law regulating the health, pension and social security subsystems (Ley que Regula el Subsistema de Salud, el Subsistema de Pensiones y de Seguridad Social Integral) which means that they will only enter into effect on January 1, 2002.
Muñiz, Forsyth, Ramirez, Pérez-Taiman & Luna-Victoria is advising Compañía Minera Milpo SAA in a takeover bid launched for the acquisition of 100 per cent in shares of common stock of Compañía Minera Atacocha SA.
Negri, Teijeiro & Incera advised DirecTV Latin America in its purchase of the majority interest in Galaxy Entertainment Argentina SA, the Argentine DirecTV operator owned by Plataforma Digital SA.
Angélica González de Cossío has joined Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes, SC as an associate to expand the firm’s antitrust practice.
Ferrere Lamaison advised Equifax Inc in its recent purchase of Clearing the Informes, Uruguay's leading provider of consumer credit information to businesses.