Mexico-United Kingdom FTA – Formal beginning of negotiations

On May 20 of this year, the Ministry of Economy (hereinafter “SE”) published Press Release No. 027 (hereinafter “the Press Release”), through which it announces that the head of the Ministry of Economy and the Secretary of International Trade of the United Kingdom, have formally agreed to begin negotiations for a new Free Trade Agreement […]

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Labor, Social Security and Immigration Practice Group Newsletter

New reporting guidelines for specialized services providers before the Mexican Social Security Institute On April 12, 2022, the Official Gazette of the Federation published guidelines established by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), for the submission of the four-monthly report for those individuals or legal entities that provide specialized services or execute specialized works in […]

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New reporting guidelines for specialized services providers before the Mexican Social Security Institute

On April 12, 2022, the Official Gazette of the Federation published guidelines established by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), for the submission of the four-monthly report for those individuals or legal entities that provide specialized services or execute specialized works in the Information Platform for Specialized Services or Works Contracts (ICSOE). The report shall […]

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Harassment in the Workplace: a Mexican perspective

In Mexico, just like in many other countries around the world, harassment in the workplace is a very common practice and has been, until recently, socially accepted. Something that a victim had to live with. “A matter of culture” some would say. “It happens everywhere no matter where you go” would argue others. “The price […]

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Renegotiating NAFTA Resulted in Higher North American Content. Are you Ready?

Find out below how to prove compliance, what paper trail to leave, what to expect during an audit, how to better defend yourself. Trade of goods among North American countries must contain a predetermined threshold of North American value for duty-free treatment. The amount of North American value required is contained in the rules of […]

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We reaffirm our commitment to diversity and inclusion hand in hand with UN Women

At Sánchez Devanny, our commitment to inclusion and diversity is one of our great engines and we remain at the forefront of this issue. In recent days we reaffirmed it by signing the adherence agreement to the principles of empowerment of women of UN Women. These principles are a joint initiative of UN Women and […]

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Chambers and Partners announces its Global 2022 rankings. Learn about our firm’s results.

In recent days, the prestigious publication Chambers and Partners published its Global Rankings 2022. As in past years, our firm has been recognized for its practice areas and for our experienced professionals who have been included among the lists of the best lawyers in their subjects. We congratulate our attorneys for this well-deserved recognition, which elevates our firm’s […]

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White Paper | Control of Foreign Trade Operations

The Foreign Trade area is fundamental for the operation of many companies in our country since it is the area that manages both the supply of inputs and finished products for the development of operations (import), as well as the marketing of goods abroad (export) and therefore, its proper operation and management become key to […]

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