The Technical Secretariat of the Indecopi Antitrust Commission will receive comments on the project until next Monday, March 22.
The Antitrust Commission of Indecopi (AC) has approved the final version of the Guidelines for the Calculation of Notification Thresholds, through Resolution 022-2021/CLC-INDECOPI published on June 1, 2021, as part of the implementation of the Peruvian merger control law ("Law 31112"), which will become effective this June 14, and its Regulations. The Guidelines are available here.
Garrigues was named the Team of the Year for the Andean States in banking and finance law by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), which each year selects the best deals carried out in the Americas. In choosing the winners, the IFLR Editorial Committee takes into account the cross-border element, as well as innovation and the valuation of the companies involved.
Con fecha 20 de abril de 2021 fue publicada en el Diario Oficial la Ley 21.320 que establece una modificación a la Ley 19.496 sobre protección de los derechos de los consumidores. El objetivo de dicha modificación es establecer límites a las empresas que realizan llamadas o comunicaciones a consumidores por deudas contraídas con proveedores de bienes y servicios, en especial considerando el contexto de la pandemia producida por el COVID-19.
When negotiating a corporate merger or acquisition, both buyers and sellers would benefit from agreeing to and contractually specifying their position about sandbagging, which is when a buyer knows that a seller’s representation or warranty is false or inaccurate but goes ahead and signs the agreement in order to later pursue a claim against the seller. In this article, we will discuss on how sandbagging provisions (or the silence on such) is regulated in Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Peru, as well as case law, if any.
Renting or leasing residential properties has its own legislation in the various Latin American jurisdictions, for both private renters and professional investors alike. In this article we look at multifamily properties, a type of property with its own peculiar characteristics that requires a more careful legal analysis. Here Garrigues Latam legal professionals tackle the legal challenges that need to be considered when assessing and conducting a multifamily property business, and describe how a few of these problems are dealt with under the legislation in force in Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru and Chile.
The effects of the pandemic have prompted Latin American governments to adopt measures to promote public-private partnerships (PPPs), public works and privatizations. Garrigues provides an analysis of the situation and trends in the infrastructure and project finance markets in Latin America, where these types of projects are clearly on the rise.
Some Latin American countries have seemed reluctant to incorporate in their domestic laws the measures proposed by of the Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean (the Escazú Agreement). We provide an overview of the current position of Chile, Colombia, Peru, Mexico and Brazil in respect of this international treaty, signed on March 4 2018 in Costa Rica, and due to enter into force on April 22 2021.
Debt markets continue to feel the calming — even sedative — effects of the battery of support measures rolled out to counteract the decline in business activity due to the effects of COVID-19. Jumbo deals involving non-performing loans (NPLs) are expected to resume in the last quarter of 2021. Until then, we will witness two very interesting developments: single name sales and the appearance of new players in the debt market.