Freedom of expression vs. the right to honor and privacy
This paper will discuss the balance between the right to freedom of expression of journalists and the media in relation to the publication of articles, reports, or news and the right to honor and the right to privacy of a public figure. This topic will be mainly addressed based on the pronouncements made by the […]
On March 8, 2019, the Official Mexican Standard “NOM-184-SCFI-2018 Regulatory elements and specific obligations to be observed by providers for the commercialization and/or provision of telecommunications services when using a public telecommunications network” (the “NOM 184”) was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation, which replaces and cancels the one published on August 24, […]
Constitutionality of the state of interdiction, (in commemoration of the World Down Syndrome Day)
In this article we will discuss the concept of the state of interdiction to which persons with some type of physical, sensory, intellectual, emotional and/or mental disability may be subject, based on the provisions of the law as well as the perspective that the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation has had in recent […]
Article 1461 of the Commercial Code: Indirect questioning of Competence-competence?
Under the principle of Competence-competence, the arbitral tribunal to which a dispute that was subject to an arbitration agreement is submitted, is empowered to decide on its own competence, so that prior to issuing an award on the merits, it must study the existence and validity of the arbitration agreement.
Possible reforms to the Pemex law
Last January 9, 2019, deputies of the Morena Parliamentary Group presented before the Permanent Commission of the Congress of the Union an initiative that amends, adds and repeals various provisions of the Law of Petróleos Mexicanos (the “Initiative”).
Elimination of universal compensation
On December 28, 2018, the Federal Revenue Law for Fiscal Year 2019 was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation.
The new Collaboration Agreement between the FIU and the Ministry of Public Administration
Within the framework of the actions being carried out by the executive branch to attack the problem of corruption in our country, on January 3 of this year, the Ministry of Public Administration and the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit signed a collaboration agreement to establish the bases […]
The serious legislative omission in the area of Justice Cotidiana
On September 15, 2017, the Decree amending and adding Articles 16, 17 and 73 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, in matters of Cotidian Justice, was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation. In essence, this constitutional reform consisted of: (i) to establish the obligation of the authorities to resolve the […]
REDECO (Registro de Despachos de Cobranza) and the reform published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on December 11, 2018.
The REDECO “Registry of Collection Firms” is a tool of the National Commission for the Protection and Defense of Users of Financial Services (“CONDUSEF”), which is a decentralized public agency with its own legal personality and assets, under the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, which is regulated by the Law for the Protection and […]