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Force Majeure May Not Be Your Only (Or Best) Option

USA - April 6 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has parties to contracts scrambling to determine their contractual rights and duties. Buyers of goods and services are…

Stephen L. Fink, Chihiro Maeda.

IRS Extends Time to Both Pay and File Taxes Due to COVID-19

USA - March 22 2020 In a response to the current COVID-19 crisis facing the United States, the Department of Treasury announced some relief for taxpayers. There is now a…

Stephanie H. Denby, Chihiro Maeda, Douglas S. Robson.

Mexico Creates Warning Label Requirements for Certain Foods, Beverages Sold in Mexico

Mexico - November 22 2019 The Mexican Ministry of Health recently published a decree amending its General Health Law (GHL) to incorporate new provisions regarding nutritional…

Margarita M. Escalante, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Christine H. McCarthy, Michael K. McCrory.

Mexico To Close All ProMexico Offices Abroad Early This Year

Mexico, USA - January 4 2019 Eleven years after its formation, ProMexico, a subdivision of the Mexican Secretariat of Economy responsible for promoting international trade and…

Timo Rehbock, Margarita M. Escalante, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Christine H. McCarthy.

U.S. government sets in motion deferred action program for young undocumented immigrants

USA - August 16 2012 Recent media reports have covered news of the United States Citizen and Immigration Service’s (USCIS) efforts to accept applications from young undocumented immigrants for deferred action that would allow them to work legally in the U.S.

Marco A. Moreno.