Semana Económica – “The regulatory conditions under which mobility app companies – such as Uber, Cabify or Beat – operate could change in the coming months. The new rules of the game depend on how the main competent authorities define the nature of these operations. (…) The guild argues that the ATU cannot create any obligations for the platforms, since it is a private service and technology companies, so the entity would be exceeding its powers. “If the ATU establishes regulations that exceed its competencies, the companies could initiate legal actions against that. One of those is the filing of complaints for illegal bureaucratic barriers,” says Enrique Cavero, partner Hernández & Cía.”Read more
Latin Lawyer – “Hernández & Cía. Abogados advised Scotiabank on a loan granted to AUNA of US $ 5 million to finance the expansion of its Vallesur facility in the Arequipa region, in southern Peru.”
Enrique Cavero Safra talks with @ius360 about the challenges of competition law during the economic recovery.
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Leaders League comments on Jorge Reategui´s hire who comes to strengthen and lead our Real Estate practice area
Leonardo López publica el artículo “Más vale un mal arreglo que un buen juicio” en la revista de la Cámara de Comercio de Lima en el que sostiene que el estado debería proponer a los contribuyentes un arreglo interesante para animarlos a pagar parte de su deuda impugnada a cambio de no seguir litigandoRead more