On June 4, 2019, it was published in the Official Federal Gazette (“DOF”) the decree in terms of which article 140 bis was added to the Social Security Law (“LSS”), which establishes that for insured working mothers or fathers, whose children up to sixteen years old have been diagnosed by the Mexican Social Security Institute (“IMSS”) with cancer of any kind, may enjoy a license for medical care of the children to be absent from their work in case that the child or adolescent diagnosed requires medical rest during critical periods of treatment or hospitalization during medical treatment, according to the doctor’s prescription.
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The ruling of the Federal Commission of Economic Competition in Mexico (Cofece), regarding the purchase of Cornershop by Walmart, has the importance that “it could eventually overthrow the operation”, explains the head of the Free Competition area of Morales & Besa, María José Henríquez.
US-asset manager BlackRock has bought the 68MWp Aguascalientes solar PV plant from Canadian Solar for an undisclosed amount, according to a 23 May release.
The IFLR Americas Awards 2019 Award was held yesterday and our Firm is proud to receive the Banking and finance firm of the year award: Mexico. Congratulations to the entire team!
On May 16th, 2019, the “Decree by which section III of article 113 of the Federal Fiscal Code isamended and article 113 Bis is added” was published in the Official Gazette (the “Decree”).Below is an executive summary of the content of the Decree.
On April 15, 2019, the “General resolution by means of which debts, tax fines, surcharges and ordinary execution expenses of Mexico City are cancelled” was published in the Official Gazette of Mexico City (the “Resolution”).
On April 11th, 2019, the Chamber of Deputies of the Mexican Congress approved several changes and modifications to the Mexican labor legislation.
On May 1st, 2019, a decree was published in the Official Federal Gazette amending the Federal Labor Law and various related laws, establishing a new regulatory framework for labor justice
On April 10, 2019, Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (Comisión Reguladora de Energía) (the “Commission”) published in the Official Gazette of the Federation