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ASEA Publishes Minimum Insurance Requirement Guidelines for Hydrocarbons or Petroleum Activities

Mexico - August 1 2018 On 23 July 2018, the National Agency for Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection of the Hydrocarbons Sector (ASEA for its acronym in Spanish)...

Jorge L. Ruiz-Martínez – Juárez, Héctor Medina-Pérez, Fabián Monsalve-Agraz, Reynaldo Vizcarra-Mendez, Adriana Ibarra Fernández, Luis C. Carbajo, Juan Carlos Valles Zavala, Federico M. Ruanova Guinea, Gaspar Gutierrez-Centeno, Juan Bernardo Garcia, Carlos A. Linares-García, Hector Reyes- Freaner, Jorge Guadarrama Yañez, Benjamin Torres Barron, Jose M. Larroque, Manuel Padrón-Castillo.


Spain - new GDPR based voluntary mediation system announced

Spain - November 15 2017 The Spanish Advertising Self-regulation Organization (AUTOCONTROL) is developing a new voluntary mediation scheme in collaboration with the Spanish...

Ignacio Vela, Alvaro Ubeda, Cristina Monereo, Marta De Pablos, Carmen Salazar, Raul Rubio.


Telecommunication companies must disclose a list of consumer rights at their official websites and points of sale

Mexico - July 31 2015 The regulation issued jointly by Consumer Protection Agency (PROFECO) and the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), sets the minimum rights...

Carlos Alberto Vela-Treviño, Mayte García Bullé Zozaya, Sergio Legorreta-Gonzalez.


Federal Government aims to end Mexico's digital gap by 2015

Mexico - October 25 2010 The Federal Government intends to add at least 30 million internet users by 2015....

Alvaro Cepeda-Eguibar, Sergio Legorreta-Gonzalez.


Telecoms company still not authorised to offer TV services

Mexico - October 19 2010 According to telecoms company, TELMEX, the delay by Mexican authorities to allow it to offer TV services is damaging the company's business and there seems to be no indication as to when such approval will be given....

Alvaro Cepeda-Eguibar, Sergio Legorreta-Gonzalez.