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Venezuelan Employers Must Immediately Put Outsourced Employees on Payroll

The grace period for implementation has expired. Venezuelan employers were required to incorporate outsourced employees into their payroll as of May 7 to meet the deadline for the 2012 Organic Law of Labor and Workers...more

Mexico Energy Reform: Secondary Legislation Presented to Congress

Mexico’s comprehensive energy reform advances and reflects lessons from the Brazilian experience. On April 30, the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto presented a package of much-anticipated bills to the...more

Mexico Increases Mandatory Daily Minimum Wage

Companies with employees in Mexico should ensure their compensation packages comply with the new minimum wage requirements, which became effective January 1. ...more

1/2/2014  /  Mexico , Minimum Wage

Update: Last Obstacle Cleared for Mexican Energy Reform

Minimum number of required state legislatures approves the much-anticipated reform; subsequent litigation imminent. Despite opposition from Mexico’s leftist parties, 17 of the 31 state legislatures—the minimum number...more

12/17/2013  /  Energy , Mexico

Reform Opens Door to Private Investment in Mexico’s Energy Sector

Mexican Senate presents comprehensive Energy Reform Bill to the House of Representatives with tremendous potential for domestic and foreign energy companies. In an encouraging move toward energy reform, the Mexican...more

Mexican Government to Consider Overhaul of Energy Sector

Mexico considers private investment in its nationalized oil and gas industry, with two competing proposals currently under review in its Congress....more

8/16/2013  /  Energy Policy , Mexico , Oil & Gas

Colombia Enacts Personal Data Protection Regulations

Regulations stipulate that all individuals have the right to know about and update personal information that has been gathered about them by public or private entities. On July 27, Colombia enacted Decree 1377 (the...more

Brazil Enacts Anti-Corruption Law

Companies doing business in the country should evaluate their compliance programs to avoid the law's sanctions on violators. On August 2, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff signed Law No. 12,846/2013—unofficially...more

Mexico Reforms Federal Labor Law | México Reforma la Ley Federal del Trabajo

Amendments address several legal loopholes and will substantially affect labor relationships in the country. During his last day in office, President Felipe de Jesús Calderón enacted a number of major amendments (the...more

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