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Commercial Law in Mexico

Marco Tulio Venegas - Von Wobeser y Sierra SC

The main characteristic of the Commercial Law that distinguishes it from others branches of law is its dynamism, which is a result of its sphere of regulation defined in article 75 of the Mexican Commerce Code as the resolution of disputes arising from commercial acts or when one of the parties is a merchant, which refers to a person who is engaged in some commercial transaction.

European Trends in Collective Litigation

Burkhard Schneider - Clifford Chance

Heiko Heppner - Clifford Chance

Fabian von Schlabrendorff - Clifford Chance

The divide between North American and European methods for mass litigation appears to be narrowing.

Roundtable: Franchise

The International Who's Who of Franchise Lawyers has brought together five of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss the key issues facing franchise lawyers today.

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.

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