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Analysis of Certain Provisions Commonly Contemplated in Franchise Agreement Under A Mexican Law Perspective

Jorge Mondragón - Gonzalez Calvillo SC

Oscar Moreno - González Calvillo, SC

In Mexico, franchising is governed and regulated by the Mexican Industrial Property Law (IPL) and its regulations. The governmental agency in charge of applying the IPL is the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI).

Franchising in India

Preeti Mehta - Kanga & Co

India is one the world’s largest and the fastest-growing emerging markets, and franchising has become a successful business model for many local companies.

Weathering The Perfect Real Estate Storm

Ira J Waldman - Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

Adam B Weissburg - Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

Ira J Waldman

A perfect storm has hit the real estate markets in the United States and many other parts of the globe as well.

India's Real Estate Sector: An Overview

Mohit Saraf

Amaresh Singh - Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

The real estate boom in India was inextricably linked to the country’s economic stability, which had made India a preferred investment destination.

Cloud Computing and Data Protection

Dr Ursula Widmer - Dr Widmer & Partners, Attorneys-at-law

CLOUD COMPUTING - ICT AS A SERVICECloud computing is one of the most important current trends in the field of information and communications technology, and ICT management. Elements of cloud computing are Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). The term cloud computing derives from the cloud symbol usually used to represent the internet and the complex infrastructure behind it in graphics.

IT, Privacy and e-Commerce in Belgium: Recent Developments

In this article Steven De Schrijver from Astrea Advocaten will briefly discuss a number of interesting new developments in the fields of IT, privacy and e-commerce in Belgium in the past year, including new legislation, decisions and reports from regulators and case law.

Mexico: Modification of the Procurement Laws

Roberto Hernández García - COMAD SC

Roberto Hernández García

In May 2009, the Mexican Federal Congress approved the modifications to the Acquisition of Goods, Leasings and Rendering of Services for the Public Sector Law and the Public Works and Related Services Law, which regulate the basic principles of government procurement established in article 134 of the Mexican Constitution.

China: An Introduction to Current Environmental Trends

Charles R McElwee II - Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP

Charles R McElwee II

China's Environmental RegimeChina began the development of a modern legal regime devoted to environmental regulation and protection in 1989 when the Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China passed into law (after a 10 year "trial" implementation).

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