By Alejandro Fernando Toulet Lazos and Bridget Guzman, Toulet, Gottfried, Dávila y Martínez, S.C.
Currently, maquiladoras entities import their raw materials into Mexico and thereafter export a finished product. However, what happens if instead maquiladoras sell their products into the Mexican domestic market?
By Leslie A. Berkoff, Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP
Traditionally, most mediations began with a joint session and no lawyers were involved in the process. The joint session allowed the mediator to set the tone for, and explain, the process. Overtime, lawyers began to be retained by the parties and the process became a precursor to litigation or a stop along the path to the courthouse.
By Graeme Saggers and Simphiwe Mili, Nolands
The VAT consequences on rebates received from international companies is an issue not often considered. Very little legislation and case law exists governing the treatment of rebates received from international entities. Currently only binding general rulings provide for the treatment of local rebates in the Fast Moving Consumable Goods and the Motor industries.