by Rosa Margarita Santacruz
The Colombian government,
through the 1343 Act, 2009 approved the "Treaty on the Law of
Trademarks" and "Regulation"- TLT-, adopted on October 27, 1994
(Geneva, Switzerland). Once approved,
the law passed to constitutional control by the Colombian...
by Luisa Fernanda Mantilla Verdooren
Every day there are more
reasons for foreign investors to pay attention to Latin America. Colombia
illustrates the present trend toward modern corporate models, demonstrated by
its recent regulations for simplified stock corporations.
By Germn Marin
The commercial agency contract in Colombia is one of the
most controversial contracts in Colombia, for the obligations that the
entrepreneur is forced to pay to the agent at the time of its termination. The
novelty of some new approaches leads us to look at the license agreement...
By Louis M. Solomon
re Chiquita Brands Int'l, Inc. Alient Tort Statute and Shareholder Derivative
Litigation , Case No.
08-01916 (S.D.Fla June 2011), [ an
enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ] is multidistrict litigation of seven
cases consolidated in...
Colombia (AP) - Colombia's government is dropping a proposed judicial change
that would have let military judges decide whether soldiers should be tried for
alleged rights abuses. Human rights groups have opposed the measure. Justice
Minister Carlos Esguerra said Full
Opening its markets, Colombia
has become an attractive alternative to foreign investors. Recent procedural
regulatory changes that will affect national and cross border transactions. The
country is busy promoting investment frameworks and revamping the efficiency of
its procedural regulations. Four...