GUATEMALA
THE INSOLVENCIES LAW AND ITS BENEFITS FOR CREDITORS AND DEBTORS
The Guatemalan legal framework on insolvencies has been governed by the Civil and Commercial Code of Procedures for the las fifty years, in which professional practice demonstrated that its provisions... (keep reading)
  EL SALVADOR
ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW AMENDMENTS APPLICABLE TO CREDIT RELATIONSHIPS
On May 4, 2022, the amendments to the Law against usury (the "Law”), the Civil Code and the Commercial Code came into effect, which were approved by the Congress of El Salvador in order to strengthen the legal framework... (keep reading)
  HONDURAS
NEW MINIMUM WAGE IN HONDURAS ENTERS INTO FORCE
On April 6, 2022, it was published in the Official Gazette, the Tripartite Agreement on the negotiation for the fixing of the minimum wage for the years 2022 and 2023, which has been approved by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security... (keep reading)
  NICARAGUA
DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLOITATION OF PORT INFRASTRUCTURE IN NICARAGUA
In May 2013, Law No. 838, General Law of Ports of Nicaragua, came into force, with the purpose of regulating everything related to the development, administration, and operation of ports, maritime, river and lake terminals, and port facilities... (continúe leyendo)
 

COSTA RICA
REBRANDING: LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS TO AVOID HARMING YOUR TRADEMARK´S RIGHTS
Over time, almost naturally, due to social changes that arise and become in new market trends, changes in consumer tastes and needs, or even due to the evolution of a business... (keep reading)

 

PANAMA
PANAMA ENACTS ELECTRIC MOBILITY LAW
On April 25, 2022, Law No. 295 was enacted, which encourages electric mobility in land transportation. This new regulation proposes a process of energy transition from internal combustion... (keep reading)

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