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Mayer Brown | Mexico, Venezuela | 30 Apr 2021

No, Mexico is Not Turning Into Venezuela

Following the Mexican government's latest initiative of the Mexican government to amend the Hydrocarbons Law, the concerns about Mexico following in…
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Baker McKenzie | Venezuela | 26 Apr 2021

Venezuela: The National Office against Organized Crime and Financing of Terrorism creates a registry for entities that carry out activities that could be used for money laundering

On 22 February 2021, the National Office against Organized Crime and Financing of Terrorism (ONDOFT) created the Unified Registry of…
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Lega Abogados | Venezuela | 8 Apr 2021

The Public Competition Enforcement Review: Venezuela

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The Public Competition Enforcement Review

Editor: Aidan Synnott

Paul Weiss

There continues to be international overlap among the public competition issues attracting government enforcement attention. Although the covid-19 pandemic has raised competition matters, including price-gouging investigations and policy statements on collaborations to fight the pandemic, competition enforcement in many jurisdictions continues in line with past practice, while a few jurisdictions are seeing record fines or activity in certain areas. Merger review and enforcement activity remains robust and the policing of cartels remains a focus of competition agencies around the globe, while digital platforms have continued to attract scrutiny and regulatory action worldwide.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Global, Venezuela | 2 Apr 2021

New Developments in Relation to the Legal Representation of Venezuela in International Proceedings

On 23 January 2019, after Nicolas Maduro began his second term as Venezuela’s president, the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó proclaimed…
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Baker McKenzie | USA, Venezuela | 26 Mar 2021

Service of Process. Hague Service Convention. District court holds that delivery of papers to Venezuela's designated Central Authority was sufficient to complete service under the Hague Service Convention, even when the Central Authority failed to take further action.

On March 29, 2011, Hugo Chávez, then president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (the "Republic") ordered the expropriation of the interests of…
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Lega Abogados | Venezuela | 24 Mar 2021

The Life Sciences Law Review: Venezuela

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The Life Sciences Law Review

Editor: Richard Kingham

Covington & Burling LLP

The ninth edition of The Life Sciences Law Review covers a total of 28 jurisdictions, providing an overview of legal requirements of interest to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies. The chapters are arranged so as to describe requirements throughout the life cycle of a regulated product, from discovery to clinical trials, the marketing authorisation process and post-approval controls. Certain other legal matters of special interest to manufacturers of medical products are also covered.

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Clyde & Co LLP | Venezuela | 19 Mar 2021

Aviation Litigation in Venezuela

Many perceive Venezuela as a difficult jurisdiction. Its political instability, high inflation rates, a questionable independence of its judiciary and…
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The Employment Law Review

Editor: Erika C Collins

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

This 12th edition of The Employment Law Review is proof of the continuously growing importance of international employment law. It has given me great pride and pleasure to see this publication grow and develop to satisfy its initial purpose: to serve as a tool to help legal practitioners and human resources professionals identify issues that present challenges to their clients and companies.

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