Presented by Association of Corporate Counsel's International Legal Affairs
Committee and Sponsored by Crowell & Moring LLP
Latin American antitrust enforcers are now more active than ever. In Brazil,
Mexico, and Argentina - Latin America's...
For students of the law of all ages and lawyers faced with transactions involving foreign law in Civil Law or Mixed Jurisdictions perhaps for the first time, we at LexisNexis can provide you with fundamental tools and sources to enable you to grasp the...
During the 1980s, the Mexican government decided to open its real estate and personal property market to foreign investors, after many other countries had done so during the 1970s. The objective was to increase the flow of productive investments...
Mexican law provides for the possibility of purchases of land in the ejido system. Still, investors face risks that may be compounded by common errors made by foreigners, some Mexican lawyers and the authorities. Converting communal land into private...