Mexico’s New Federal Electricity Commission Chief to Review Private PPAs

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The new administration of President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador will take over the Mexican government for a six-year term on Dec. 1, 2018. The President-Elect has been outlining his administration’s energy strategy, including appointing Manuel Bartlett as the general director of Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE). Bartlett has been a critic of the government’s energy reform...

Automekanika Mexico 2018

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Last week, Mexico City hosted Automekanika, the autoshow with the signature of Messe Frankfurt. It is a great place to network and gather intel on auto industry. It is common ground for all people involved in the auto industry the integration of manufacturing and supply chain in North America. International interest in Mexico keeps growing due to structure of market here. Numbers and achievements...

Mexico Seminar on client-attorney privilege on antitrust proceedings

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Seminar on client-attorney privilege from the Legal Research Institute (UNAM).

Yesterday, the UNAM´s Legal Research Institute (Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas) held an international seminar that gathered the antitrust and legal community to discuss the client-attorney privilege during competition proceedings. High-level panelists attended. Privilege is broadly regulated in Mexico, and new legal frameworks are pushing the envelope for discussion by legal community of...

Facebook and the future of antitrust

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I just did not wanted to pass this month to remark on recent events on competition and antitrust in the internet services. I like this quote from Hal Varian “You cannot run out of html”. It shows that internet is a very contestable market, but on the other hand, AI, big data and APIs could difficult access to monetization. Would regulation stop the power of the internet? We need to...

Please review changes on our Disclaimer.

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Thank you very much for reading my blog. This year comes with a lot of changes and challenges for all of us. In the business side, opportunities show and bear risks. For that, I decided to join Holland & Knight´s Mexico City Office. I updated this blog Disclaimer to adjust accordingly. In short, opinions are mine and please do not take the content here as legal advice or assume there is a...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation. Follow me at https://mx.linkedin.com/in/albertoesenaro or https://twitter.com/DoBusinessMX

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