The Peruvian Congress has published Law Nº 31112 in the official gazette, establishing merger control in Peru and substituting Urgent Decree Nº 013-2019, the previous bill which had been issued by Executive Power as the first merger control law in Peru that would apply across all economic sectors.
Given the relevance of the amendment and the great impact it may have from a fiscal, labor and social security point of view, the Mexican President has requested to the Congress that the analysis and discussion of the law initiative be postponed until the next ordinary session, that is, until February 2021.
On November 11, 2020, the Mexican President laid before parliament an initiative to reform a number of federal laws to ban labor subcontracting, so as to protect workers’ rights and prevent tax evasion.
It analyzes the current state of the legal systems in these regions by taking a comparative look at the Anglo-Saxon regimes.
Pension fund regulations may be an incentive or deterrent when considering establishing operations in a country. This is why it is important to understand the new rules and situation of current legislation on the subject in various jurisdictions. Below we examine the current situation in Mexico, Uruguay, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and Chile.
We are pleased to share our first issue of Latin American Viewpoints. We provide a complete-picture insight on key new legislation, covering analysis of new developments, trends and viewpoints across the region, from every angle of business law.
In the wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant increase in debt held by both consumers and companies. Over the coming years, we expect to see a large number of debt and distressed asset deals. In this viewpoint, Garrigues provides in this documentan analysis of the debt market situation and trends in Latin America, Spain and Portugal, where there is a clear move toward greater sophistication in these deals.
Garrigues analysts look at the current squeeze-out rules for unlisted companies in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico improve their position in the ranking of The Legal 500 Latin America 2021. The directory highlights the work of 29 of Garrigues' lawyers in the region.
The Energy Regulatory Commission published this Monday in the Federal Official Gazette the "Agreement by which all deadlines and legal terms that were suspended as a measure to prevent and combat the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 by means of resolutions No. A/010/2020, A/014/2020, A/015/2020 and A/018/202, are resumed.