Challenges for the new Secretary of Labor, Marath Bolaños

The new Secretary of Labor, Marath Bolaños, and the main challenges he will be facing such as labor disputes and complaints under the USMCA, among other challenges. To discuss this topic and in Negocios Imágen, Óscar de la Vega, Founding Partner of the De la Vega y Martínez Rojas Law Firm, talks in an interview with Darío Celis. […]

Corporate Immigration Laws and Regulations Report 2023 Mexico

1. Introduction 1.1 What are the main sources of immigration law in your jurisdiction? Mexico’s legal system is based on civil law. The Mexican Immigration Law (Law) is federal in nature and applies throughout the country to entities operational therein. It establishes the rights and obligations of foreigners and the various degrees of immigration rules […]

International Comparative Legal Guides

1. Terms and Conditions of Employment 1.1 What are the main sources of employment law? The principal sources of law to employment relationships in Mexico are the Mexican Constitution (Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos) and the Federal Labour Law (FLL). 1.2 What types of worker are protected by employment law? How are different […]

New provisions of the Federal Labor Law, 2023

New provisions of the #LeyFederaldelTrabajo, 2023 We are joined by Jaime Bustamante, VP of the Labor, Social Security and HR Commission of @CONCAMIN [Confederation of Industrial Chambers of the United Mexican States]; Pablo Franco, representative of @ILAW_Network; and lawyer Oscar de la Vega ¡Qué tal Fernanda! with @qtf