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Oficina de la EEOC del Distrito de Atlanta Renueva Arreglo con el Consulado Mexicano

Acuerdo Continúa Relación De Colaboración Para Combatir La Discriminación En El Empleo - ATLANTA - La Oficina del Distrito de Atlanta de la Comisión Para la Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo (EEOC) y el Consulado...more

EEOC Atlanta District Office Renews Agreement with Mexican Consulate in Atlanta

Agreement Continues Collaborative Relationship to Combat Employment Discrimination - ATLANTA - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Atlanta District Office and the Consulate General of Mexico in...more

Mexico’s Energy Reforms – Round 1 Update: More Participating Companies

As an additional update to the bulletin published on 2 February 2015, we are sending this follow up regarding additional companies participating in Mexico’s Licensing Round 1 shallow water oil and gas tender. ...more

Mexico Energy Law – Round 1 Update

Update regarding Mexico’s Licensing Round 1 shallow water oil and gas tender - According to the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (e.g., the National Hydrocarbons Commission; “CNH”), as of Thursday, January 28th,...more

Mexico: Latin America’s Renewable Energy Crown Jewel

In contrast to unpredictable renewable energy policies in the United States and the European Union, Mexico has emerged as a lightning rod for renewable energy investment. As renewable energy investors assess changing global...more

Mexican Companies Now Permitted to Make Inventory Balance Corrections on “Annex 31” When Complying With VAT Certification...

Mexican Tax Authorities (SAT) announced late on Thursday, January 29, 2015, that Mexican companies, including IMMEX and other maquiladora operations, that have received Value Added Tax (VAT) certification (certificación en...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume X, Issue 3

In this issue: - SEC Chair Directs Staff to Review Commission Rule Excluding Conflicting Proxy Proposals - SEC Comments on FINRA's Proposed Rule Amendment to Increase Pricing Disclosure - CFTC Grants...more

Never Let Them See You Coming—Keys to Setting Up Witnesses Interviews In An Internal Investigation

“So you are the great lawyer I’ve been told about!  But, you are so young!  I was expecting an old lawyer.” With those words, the silver-haired senior-level executive of the customs broker I was investigating for bribery let...more

Mexican Healthcare System Challenges and Opportunities

Mexico’s healthcare system is underfunded and inadequately organized to meet the needs of its population in light of increasing longevity and the growing challenges created by the prevalence of noncommunicable diseases such...more

Energy Newsletter - January 2015

In This Issue: - Mexico: E&P Regulator Issues First Call for Bids under Round One - Have the Challenges of the Energy Transition been Overcome? - Challenges for energy security in Europe: Do European...more

EEOC Anuncia 'Mensaje de la Presidenta’ en Línea

Presidenta Jenny Yang Escribe el Primer Artículo de Una Serie Sobre la Labor de la Agencia - WASHINGTON - La Comisión Para la Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo (EEOC) anunció hoy el primer "Mensaje de la...more

The Compliance Advantage in Mexico

A View from the Front-Lines of Compliance in Mexico - Today, I am pleased to welcome Patrick Henz as a guest contributor. Patrick started his career in Compliance at the end of 2007, when he was responsible for the...more

Global Cartel Enforcement - 2014 Year In Review

To name only a few, the U.S. faced challenges over the extent of its jurisdictional reach; China was criticised for questionable investigative practices and allegedly protectionist use of its antitrust powers; and Japan faced...more

Mexico Is Becoming the Single-Largest U.S. Shale Gas Export Customer

On December 2, 2014, President Enrique Peña Nieto inaugurated Phase I of the new Los Ramones Gas Pipeline, which could by year end 2016 double the volume of gas the U.S. exports by pipeline to Mexico. Pipelines to Mexico...more

Mexico to Increase Minimum Wage for 2015

On December 19, 2014, Mexico’s National Minimum Wage Commission published its decision to increase the minimum wage for 2015. The Commission approved an increase of 4.2 percent, effective January 1, 2015. The minimum...more

A Hunt for Justice Erodes the Attorney-Client Privilege

In a highly regulated environment, it is challenging for U.S. corporations to maintain 100% compliance with each and every law touching them. When issues arise, U.S. corporations rely on the ability to have full and frank...more

Mexico: E&P Regulator Issues First Call for Bids under Round One

The Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH) has issued the first call for bids under Round One and the terms and conditions (T&Cs) governing the tender. CNH seeks to award 14 production-sharing contracts for the exploration...more

EEOC's St. Louis District Office to Sign Outreach Agreement with Mexican Consulate

Agreement Will Establish an Ongoing Collaborative Relationship Between the Two Entities - ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis District Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will enter into a...more

Attacking the Money-Laundering Problem in Mexico

According to the Los Angeles Times, Mexican officials have estimated the amount of laundered money in the Mexican economy at $50 billion annually—three percent of the legitimate Mexican economy. The CIA World Fact Book...more

US Presidential Permits for cross-border infrastructure

As the U.S.'s international trade in energy grows, so too has interest in the process for securing a federally required approval known as a Presidential Permit. The construction, operation, and maintenance of...more

Q&A Series: Timing of Bid Rounds in Mexico

What’s the next step in the Mexico bid rounds process? JKA: Five sectors have been designated for bidding in Round One; Shallow Water; Heavy Oil; Unconventionals, including natural gas; Onshore and Deepwater. To begin,...more

Operation Fashion Police Fights Money Laundering in L.A.'s Fashion District

On September 10, approximately 1,000 federal agents raided Los Angeles' fashion district, seizing documents, electronic data and approximately $90 million in cash, with nine people arrested for alleged money laundering...more

Why Your Company Should Consider Hiring Foreign IT Workers

Many employers look overseas to fill their employment needs. As we recently reported, hiring highly-skilled foreign nationals – particularly for IT jobs – can boost productivity and increase wages for the entire workforce....more

Money Laundering in the News: Los Angeles Fashion District Raid Puts Trade-Based Money Laundering and Black Market Peso Exchange...

On September 10, 2014, federal and local law enforcement officials raided the Los Angeles Fashion District in an effort to combat alleged money laundering for Mexican drug cartels which was occurring within the District. The...more

This Week at the Texas Supreme Court

Wednesday, November 5: No. 12-0946, In re Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC - Relator Bridgestone seeks a writ of mandamus compelling dismissal of the underlying case for forum non conveniens. The case involves...more

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